RABBIT HOLE by David Lindsay-Abaire, is a delicate and intimate work. For Exit Game Productions, Christie Koppe directs this 2007 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama.
RABBIT HOLE which tells the heart-breaking story of Becca and Howie Corbett who have everything a family could want, until a life-shattering accident turns their world upside down and leaves the couple drifting perilously apart. RABBIT HOLE charts their bittersweet search for comfort in the darkest of places and for a path that will lead them back into the light of day.
RABBIT HOLE from Exit Game Productions plays at Chippen Street Theatre April 18-27. Tickets here.
With thanks to EXIT GAME PRODUCTIONS Sydney Arts Guide has a double pass giveaway for either Thu April 18 or Fri April 19.
To be in the running, email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
with RABBIT_HOLE as the subject AND the performance you wish to attend.
Competition closes Midnight on Friday March 22, 2019 when the winner will be drawn. Only the winners will be notified and the pass will be available at the Box Office on the night.
Hamlet is dead. What next? APPROPRIATION, written by Paul Gilchrist, tells the imagined story of Fortinbras, a rash hothead who learns from his politically gifted wife when to wield a sword and when to weave a story. Raw, poetic and darkly funny, the performance is a surgical assault on how we use stories to establish power and gain prestige.
Fledgling Theatre Company are an international theatre company that explore raw and visceral new writing through a distinctly physical approach to theatre making. They are dedicated to creating theatre that excites and challenges audiences, utilising stage combat skills coupled with dynamic movement sequences to create confronting imagery. Since their inception in 2014, FTC have produced six new works including a UK tour, a critically acclaimed Edinburgh run, as well as residencies in London and Sydney. Continue reading APPROPRIATION FROM FLEDGLING THEATRE COMPANY. GIVEAWAY.→
DELTA SIERRA JULIET, an original production which is based on true events surrounding the mysterious 1978 disappearance of Frederick Valentich. The show features the use of headphones to create an intimate atmosphere for the audience.
A new Australian work, dealing with loss, grief and our obsession with the unknown. it was initially presented as part of the Director’s and Designer’s Graduating Productions at the National Institute of Dramatic Art. The team for this revival is built of alumni and current students of the NIDA.
To celebrate the revival of this extraterrestrial production Sydney Arts Guide has 2 double pass giveaways for the evening of your choice.
To be in the running, email (email@example.com)
with DELTA_SIERRA_JULIET as the subject AND the performance you wish to attend.
Competition closes Midnight on Sunday March 3, 2019 when the winners will be drawn. Only the winners will be notified and the passes will be available at the Box Office on the night.
“I thought a lot about love. About how it can happen out of the blue, about how it can change everything when it does. How it can give direction when you feel lost.”, writes Irish playwright, John O’Donovan, about his first full-length play, ‘IF WE GOT SOME MORE COCAINE I COULD SHOW YOU HOW I LOVE YOU’. It is set in Ennis, County Clare, where he spent much of his childhood.
The innovative company Bar’d Work will soon be going into selected pubs around Sydney performing Shakespeare’s classic comedy MUCH ADO ABOUT THING. Below is a list of venues and dates. What will the show be like? Their website has a picture of Shakespeare with a beer in his hand. There is a note on the website – Shakespeare as he intended- drunk. The implication is that one needs to be drunk to really enjoy Shakespeare. An interesting notion. Best leave your car at home if you decide to go and see this show.
Friday 22nd February : Forresters Hotel, Surry Hills Saturday 23rd February: The Shakey, Surry Hills Wednesday 27th February: The Bank Hotel, Newtown Friday 1st March: The Tudor Hotel, Redfern Thursday 7th March: The Carrington, Surry Hills Saturday 9th March: The Shakey, Surry Hills Sunday 17th March:The Oaks Hotel, Neutral Bay
“A battle between mercy and justice set in a city of unlimited appetites. A fractured fairytale of the Duke, the deputy and the damsels in distress. When the Duke tries to clean up his realm, he finds that reality bites ”
Factory Space Theatre company presents “A Peculiar River” by Emma Willis.
Tickets available at www.trybooking.com/BAPEO
$35/$28 (Early bird ticket prices will apply)
March 8th – March 23rd.
Friday and Saturday shows – 7.30pm
Sunday Matinees at 2pm
Directed by Roz Riley
Photography by John Reeves
Production Manager: Lindsay Walton
Starring: Rohin Thompson, Kurtis Wakefield, Lewis Scamozzi, Lisa Stewart, Tahlia Merlino, Diab Metry, Tivy Siripanich, Daniella Lavorenti and Zara Paternoster
DATES FOR THE DIARY
8/3/19, 9/3/19, 15/3/19, 16/3/19, 22/3/19 and 23/3/19 – 7.30pm. 10/3/19 and 17/3/19 – 2pm at the Star of The Sea Theatre, Manly
Following Clock and Spiel Productions’ sell-out tour of The Screwtape Letters in 2016/17, and critically acclaimed production of Freud’s Last Session; the company returns with a new take on Kafka’s candid and cautionary tale.
The Samsa family have their ordinary, everyday lives turned upside down when their son Gregor wakes up transformed into a monstrous insect. Revulsion turns to resentment as they contemplate continuing to recognise Gregor as part of their family. A new adaptation of the iconic Kafka tale; Metamorphosis is going to be theatrical, terrifying and bizarrely comic. As the ordinary and everyday become unusual and hostile, what would it be like to be completely transformed and yet still desperately need to belong? Continue reading METAMORPHOSIS : A NEW ADAPTATION : COMING SOON→
The new one-and-a-half woman show! Stand-up comedian Becca Hurd is bringing her new one-woman-show to The Old 505 Theatre in Newtown. Featuring original music and an original story, THE OTHER SIDE OF 25 is hysterical and heartfelt play is written and performed by Becca Hurd.
THE OTHER SIDE OF 25 tells the story of Amory, who, despite her best instincts, reluctantly agrees to become the surrogate for her sister’s baby. But after her sister and brother in-law unexpectedly die in a car crash, Amory finds herself stuck, pregnant and on the other side of 25.
The production team behind THE OTHER SIDE OF 25 almost entirely made up of female-identifying artists, something that was very important to Becca Hurd. “I wanted to tell a female-centric story, that captured the humour and pressure of a woman in her twenties.”
More than just a story about surrogacy, THE OTHER SIDE OF 25 examines the expectations placed on young women, exploring pregnancy, family dynamics, and what it means for a young woman to grow up. In an age where the ‘kidult’ is king, the play takes the audience on an uproarious journey through the experiences of a very feisty female.
THE OTHER SIDE OF 25 plays 5-9 February as part of Old 505 Theatre’s FRESHWORKS season. Tickets here.
IF WE GOT SOME MORE COCAINE I COULD SHOW YOU HOW I LOVE YOU is an Australian premier, presented by Green Door Theatre Company in association with KXT bAKEHOUSE Theatre Company.
On a night of drug-fuelled robbery, two young men find themselves hiding out on a rooftop in small town Ireland. As they wait out the police guard, a quiet tragedy unfolds of those left behind by a nation’s jagged progress. They’re also in love. Mikey & Casey both carry the scars of their separate but similarly troubled backgrounds in this complicated play of ideas, a caustic character piece exploring love, identity and illegal substances.Continue reading IF WE GOT SOME MORE COCAINE I COULD SHOW YOU HOW I LOVE YOU – GIVEAWAY→
A WESTERNER’S GUIDE TO THE OPIUM WARS is genealogy like you’ve never seen it before.
Tabitha Woo was born in Australia. Her dad wasn’t, but that’s just the end of the story. A Westerner’s Guide to the Opium Wars takes audiences as far back in Tabitha’s family tree as she knows: to the early 19th century and the First Opium War. With help from a sock puppet, Queen Victoria and a couple of Broadway showtunes, she tries to understand her cultural heritage.
Westerner’s Guide is a genre-hopping escapade of heartfelt memoir and biting historical comedy. Made by a team of second-generation Australians, it’s for anyone who has been asked “But where are you really from?” often enough to start asking themselves the same question.