RSAT American Song Joe Petruzzi - photo by Teresa Noble

American Song

One-person plays seem to be in vogue at present. In the last month Canberra audiences have had the opportunity to experience at least three examples, with more promised later in the year. Melbourne playwright, Joanna Mur...
AsiaTOPA Dragon Ladies Don't Weep Margaret Leng Tan - photo by Pia Johnson

Dragon Ladies Don’t Weep

Split into two, Dragon Ladies Don’t Weep played with cooperation rather conflict. The first half – Double Phase – had its roots in exterior photography, while the second half – Dragon Ladies Don’t Weep ...
45DS The Curtain - photo by Theresa Harrison

The Curtain

The Curtain by Daniel Keene is set in the house of a middle-aged widow. She has chosen to let rooms to two elderly gents. Contact is often more incidental than sought after, especially for the landlady. All residents fin...
The Street Theatre Breaking The Castle Peter Cook as Dave - photo by Shelly Higgs

Breaking The Castle

Dave is a struggling actor, prone to addiction, be it alcohol, drugs, women, gambling, or as he tells us in his opening monologue, the high of acting in front of an audience. Such is the pull of his addictions that he fi...
GOUD Love Me Tinder Effie

Effie in Love Me Tinder

When it comes to Aussie icons we can’t go past Crocodile Dundee or Dame Edna. But there’s only one Greek Aussie treasure, and that’s our beloved Effie – the alter ego of comedian Mary Coustas. Eff...
A O Làng Pho - photo by Nguyen The Duong

A O Làng Pho

Devised by the founders of company Nouveau Cirque du Vietnam, À O Làng Pho (from village to city) is billed as a “Vietnamese Bamboo Circus” following on from a work (Làng Tôi) first presented in 2005. This instalment dra...