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‘LADIES IN BLACK’ @ STRATHFIELD MUSICAL SOCIETY

LADIES IN BLACK is a thought-provoking comedy drama about the lives of a group of department store employees in 1959 Sydney Australia, with important female lifestyle messages that are still relevant today. Timeless and memorable coming of age story, focused on the naive bookish ultra-intelligent sixteen year old Lisa Miles.     December 1959 she takes a summer job for two months, at F.G. Goode’s department store, which is a fictional business that is loosely based on the Australian department store chain, David Jones Limited. The required work-uniform that all female counter staff wear, is the LBD (Little Black Dress) made iconic and famous by Coco Chanel when published in Vogue Magazine in 1926.                                      Continue reading ‘LADIES IN BLACK’ @ STRATHFIELD MUSICAL SOCIETY

NT Live: A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE

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Inset Pic- Gillian Anderson as Blanche Dubois. Featured pic- Ben Foster as Stanley Kowalski. Pics by Johan Persson

It is sweltering in this extraordinary powerful, shattering, very intimate performance of A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE by Tennessee Williams. Part of the season at the Young Vic in London , it is screened as part of the ‘NT Live’ series and explodes onto the screen .

Benedict Andrews has updated the production to now, set in present day New Orleans with jumpy blasts of rock music including Jimi Hendrix and Chris Isaac.         Continue reading NT Live: A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE