How far could a loved one push the bounds of society, before we would no longer recognise or accept them? And what is it that defines those bounds and keeps them in place, anyway?
These are some of the questions explored in Edward Albee’s 2000 play The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?, currently showing at Adelaide’s Dunstan Playhouse. Continue reading Theatre review: The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?
When: Until 19th NovWhere: Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide Festival CentreHow much: $39-$80, purchase tickets here Rounding out the State Theatre Company 2022 season is the rambunctious Single Asian Female. Set within a cross-section of the Wong household, above their family restaurant, The Golden Phoenix, Pearl embraces life as a divorcee as she raises her two daughters; Zoe, a painfully-single exceptional violinist, and Mei, on the brink of adulthood braving … Continue reading State Theatre Company Review: Single Asian Female
When: Until 21st MayWhere: Space Theatre, Adelaide Festival CentreHow much: $39-$80, purchase tickets here State Theatre Company brings the expansive and atmospheric Cathedral to Space Theatre this May. Stalwart of the company, Nathan O’Keefe portrays vagrant Clay, a Limestone Coast boy who spent his childhood learning how to dive with his grandfather. When tragedy strikes, Clay flees his hometown, only to find that he cannot escape his grief … Continue reading State Theatre Company Review: Cathedral
Photo Credit: Matt Byrne When: 13th – 28th AugWhere: Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide Festival CentreHow much: $39-$79 The beginning of the 2020s has thrown us global curveballs from the outset, which has seen a worldwide shift in our collective reality. Exploring this shift and meditating on this collective act of restoration is the world premiere of Finegan Kruckemeyer’s Hibernation, the latest offering from the State Theatre … Continue reading State Theatre Company Review: Hibernation