Part parody, comedy, tragedy and art work, Night Maybe, from an exciting Melbourne troupe, presents as ethereal, engrossing drama at TheatreWorks.
Irish playwright Enda Walsh wrestles Beckett, Joyce and Homer and comes out a little worse for wear in Red Stitch's Penelope, despite some winning (near-naked) performances.
Winner of last year’s Theatre Works Melbourne Fringe Award, These Are the Isolate is restaged here as part of Theatre Works’ exciting 2011 season. Well, anyway, I’m pretty excited — they’ve got Hayloft, Duck House and more Magnormous all lined up in season one. These Are the Isolate is the work of a young company […]
The first five minutes of Daniel Keene’s The Nightwatchman make an interesting prelude movement to what follows, a subtle sort of prologue to the play’s poetic treatment of memory and nostalgia. Helen (Zoe Ellerton-Ashley) and Michael (Brad Williams) have returned to their childhood home to help their blind and agèd father, Bill (Roger Oakley), sell […]