What’s On: I Often Find That I Am Naked (Rouge Theatre Co)

I Often Find That I Am Naked 17 & 18 July 2019 Black Bear Lodge, Fortitude Valley Rouge Theatre Company present their first production, I Often Find That I am Naked by Brisbane artist Fiona Sprott. The work was originally showcased at Metro Arts Theatre, starring the playwright. The show is a darkly comic journey through the mayhem... Continue Reading →

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Review: Oklahoma! (Savoyards Musical Comedy Society Inc)

  Kick up your heels with Savoyards' jovial production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s first collaboration and classic American musical, Oklahoma! Set in Western Indian Territory in the United States circa 1906, Oklahoma! seamlessly intertwines stories of romantic rivalry with a lively community competition between the local farmers and cowboys. Handsome cowboy Curly does his best... Continue Reading →

What’s On: Ghosts (The Curators)

Ghosts 19 July - 4 August The Curators Vintage Pop Up Theatre, 28 St Barnabas Place, Red Hill Tickets: $15-$37. Discounts available for pensioners, seniors, students, MEAA, under 30s, groups of 10 or more.  The Curators are enabling contemporary audiences to experience this acclaimed classic by Henrik Ibsen, the first time in 30 years this play... Continue Reading →

Boy Swallows Universe will take to the Queensland Theatre stage in 2020

In a hugely exciting coup, Queensland Theatre has secured the rights for the world premiere season of the stage version of Brisbane-born author Trent Dalton’s award-winning and much acclaimed debut novel, Boy Swallows Universe, to be produced with Brisbane Festival. Queensland Theatre’s Artistic Director Sam Strong will direct an adaptation by Tim McGarry, premiering as part of Queensland... Continue Reading →

Review: Flood (Brie Jurss & Emma Lamberton)

Put on some bug repellent, gather around the campfire, and join in this grippingly uncomfortable one-act play by Chris Isaacs. Six friends from Perth are reunited for the ultimate camping trip – two weeks in the bush, in the middle of nowhere, next to a pristine lake. But after less than twenty-four hours things take... Continue Reading →

Review: The Telefon (Lightning Bolt Creative)

An uncomfortably unfunny and unnecessarily foul endurance exercise for the audience. If you've ever seen the workings of an unsupervised grade eight drama class, you'll have an idea of what happened on The Telefon. It was an ambitious concept - a livestreamed performance experienced by the audience in the comfort of their own home, interacting... Continue Reading →

Review: Everyone’s Leaving Brisbane

Taylor and Rosa take the audience on a hilarious journey through Brisbane’s cultural icons, from the majestic brown snake of the Brisbane River to the humble ibis, as they lament the loss of their friends to ‘cultural capitals’ like Melbourne and London. Another night, another goodbye party for a friend – Taylor and Rosa are... Continue Reading →

Review: Playing Pretend (The Big Crew)

It's exhausting trying to keep a dream alive. The Big Crew present a post-art-school existential crisis that is painfully relatable for most of us with Arts degrees. Billing itself as the diary of an unaccomplished actor, Playing Pretend comprised a series of personal monologues and short scenes with a cast of four, exploring the trials... Continue Reading →

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