Tagged: theatre

Review: Transparent – Akmal

The title of Akmal’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival show is utterly appropriate: it is Transparent in every sense. The loose structure of the show...

Review: the Aspie Hour

The Aspie Hour’ is a musical comedy that explores the lives of Sophie Smyth and Ryan Smedley, both of whom were diagnosed with Asperger’s...

Review: The Importance of Being Earnest

The Importance of Being Earnest is irreverent, farcical, and hilarious, all entwined in cutting social commentary.  A trivial comedy for serious people, Oscar Wilde’s...

Review: Hand to God

Cypress, Texas. Recently widowed Margery (Alison Whyte) seeks solace in her local Church – overseen by goofy and gormless Pastor Greg (Grant Piro) –...

Review: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

There is a particular joy to seeing Shakespeare performed in parks. The open air and surrounding greenery make far more sense for the forest...

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...