Tagged: Live

Review: Romeo is Not the Only Fruit

There’s this somewhat depressing tendency in television and cinema to be completely okay with graphic violence, drugs, profanity, even sex, but the minute two...

Review: Misterman

In the words of Kris Weber, the director of Misterman, there needs to be art that explores mental illness in a powerful, fair, and...

Review: The Commune

There is something oddly satisfying turning peace-loving hippies and those “wholesome” primitivist communes into dark and sinister things. The Commune, written by Gabriel Bergmoser...

Melbourne Fringe review: O Vertigo

O Vertigo is a production that settles in perfectly with the somewhat bizarre and funny mix that makes up Melbourne Fringe Festival. Set into...

Review: Niche

Elbow Room Productions’ Niche is a unique performance. While examining celebrity culture isn’t particularly new, Niche manages to capture the annoyingly catchy and repetitiveness...

Review: Next Fall

His friend. His partner. His parents. Four people, brought together in a hospital waiting room when Luke is involved in an accident that will...

Review: 1984 (the play)

When I was a teenager, I saw a local production of George Orwell’s Animal Farm – an experience which in many ways helped prepare...

Review: Wrecking Ball

It’s a bit of a strange thing to walk into a theatre having been told what the themes of a piece are. Explicitly, immediately,...