Review: Control (Observatory Theatre)

The cast of Control, photographed by Geoff Lawrence: Creative Futures Photography. Content note: Control includes coarse language, mature themes, and simulated violence, as well as flashing lights and loud noises. Keziah Warner’s dystopian science fiction triptych has made its Queensland premiere at the Queensland Multicultural Centre, presented by Observatory Theatre. Originally commissioned by Red Stitch... Continue Reading →

Review: Toy Symphony (Ad Astra)

Gregory J Wilken as Roland Henning in Toy Symphony, photographed by Christopher Sharman Content note: This production contains coarse language, adult themes, and depictions of drug use Ad Astra present Michael Gow’s award-winning play Toy Symphony, directed by Michelle Carey, a two-act drama that dives into memory and contemplates the nature and commodification of creativity.... Continue Reading →

Observatory Theatre’s 2022 Season

Observatory Theatre has launched their 2022 season of larger-than-life stories, promising vibrant productions by casts of diverse backgrounds. This year will also see the launch of a new playwright program, Telescope, with its finished product playing in next year’s season. Observatory Theatre is an independent Australian theatre production house based in Brisbane, creating work with... Continue Reading →

Review: Vincent River (The Curators Theatre)

Patrick Shearer as Davey. Photographed by Naz Mulla. Content and trigger warning: Please note that this production contains, and therefore this review may refer to: domestic, sexual, and homophobic violence, mature themes, spoken references to sex, and coarse language. The Curators Theatre have christened Brisbane’s newest indie performance venue with a passionate production of Vincent... Continue Reading →

What’s On: Ruby Moon (Moreton Bay Theatre Company)

Ruby Moon 30 August - 8 September, 2019 NeverLand Theatre, 5A 4-6 Burke Crescent, North Lakes Tickets: Adult $25; Concession and MBTC members $20 Moreton Bay Theatre Company present Ruby Moon, a riveting Australian play written by Matt Cameron in 2003, directed by Susan O'Toole-Cridland and starring Gary Farmer-Tricket and Sandra Harman. The story revolves... Continue Reading →

What’s On: Cock (Bosco Productions)

Cock 21 - 31 August, 2019 Sue Benner Theatre, Metro Arts, Brisbane City Tickets: $34 - $44 + booking fee Recommended for audiences 15+ Newly-launched Brisbane theatre company Bosco Productions present Olivier Award-winning playwright Mike Bartlett's contemporary theatre work Cock, which explores the timeworn tradition of the love triangle in a new way, dissecting one... Continue Reading →

Review: Ghosts (The Curators)

People so quickly forget their past selves. Helene Alving’s married life has been held together by lies, but with her only child Oswald returning to Norway from his bohemian artist’s life in Paris, Helene hopes to liberate them both from past taboos after one final gesture of duty to her famous, but secretly debauched, late... Continue Reading →

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