Circus Review: La Verità – State Theatre, Melbourne Arts Centre (21 to 23 January 2015)

La Verità could only be described as a swift fall down a rabbit hole where reality is warped and nothing is as it seems. Surrealist tones are prevalent throughout this offbeat circus extravaganza which revolves around the discovery of one of Salvador Dali’s scrims that was found in a wooden box in a theatre after being forgotten for 50 years. Being a fan of both Dali and circus, I was intrigued to see what beautiful concoction this recipe would produce.... Read More | Share it now!

Sydney Festival Review: In Between Two – Bay 20, Carriageworks (Performances until January 24th)

A premiere show for the Sydney Festival, In Between Two sees two Australian musicians, TZU’s Joelistics and Sietta’s James Mangohig, overlap their stories as mixed-race Asian Australians in Australia’s hip hop culture. Sharing family photos and tales from their heritage, the two share a basic commonality, however their histories couldn’t be more different.... Read More | Share it now!

Review: Opera Australia’s The Rabbits – Roslyn Packer Theatre, Sydney (Performances to 24th January)

The Rabbits, written by John Marsden and illustrated by Shaun Tan, is an extraordinary piece of work. It takes important historical events and recreates its message in a haunting picture book- reaching children and adults alike. It does not shy away from what it needs to say. The adaption of this work into this opera not only seeks to extend the book’s powerful message, but it manages to create an entirely new and equally extraordinary piece of work.... Read More | Share it now!

Sydney Festival Review: The Events – Granville Town Hall

In a time where our discussion is stilted, mediated and increasingly online, community engagement has formed a central aspect of contemporary theatre. The facilities to congregate and share stories are rare, particularly in outer urban areas or those where many cultures co-exist separately. While Reclaim Australia toots it’s white power horn, there’s a deeper issue at play; one where the multicultural heart of our city is fractured, and the places to bond and share new customs is fraught with politics or simple fear.... Read More | Share it now!