Author: Til Knowles

Review: Deceptive Threads

Deceptive Threads is a play that takes the phrase ‘the personal is political’ and applies it to family history. David Joseph, a Lebanese Australian...

Review: Morgan

Genre wise, Morgan bills itself as a horror, which it is most certainly not. ‘Don’t Let It Out’ is an utterly inappropriate tag line. There...

Review: ___day Night’s Dream

A bearded man in a dressing gown and bare feet approaches you on the street corner. He asks if you dreamed last night. So...

Review: Who We Were

Cast your mind back to the late nineties and early two thousands, when you were probably still in school and making chatterboxes. That mind-casting...

Review: Breathing Corpses

Arriving at Candyland Arts Space feels much the same as arriving at Jim’s storage space, one imagines. There is a cold industrial feel, both...

Review: The Writer

When a show is titled The Writer, it’s setting itself up to be judged on the quality of its writing. Frankly, there’s no gentle...