Tagged: play

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...

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,...

Double Review: Rent

Two of our reviewers were quite keen to go see Rent! One because they’ve heard one song from it and liked it and were...

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: 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...