Australian playwright Ross Mueller has crafted this play-on commission- after going through the State Library’s very significant collection of First World War diaries, photographs and letters. That is one helluva a brief!
This current Sydney Theatre Company show at the Opera House has that wow factor.
Kip Williams stunning production of Tennessee Williams brilliant play is a must see.
Within a few minutes of the play starting we are completely immersed in Williams’ disturbing, hypnotic world.
The play’s title refers to the death the summer previous of Sebastian Venable. Whilst we never get to meet Sebastian on stage, the play is all about charting Sebastian’s journey, telling his story, and the terrible circumstances surrounding his death. Continue reading Suddenly Last Summer @ The Drama Theatre→
Is the divide that has always existed between the generations growing greater and greater as advancements in technology make further and further inroads into our lives?
I think that it would be fair to say that popular opinion would very much answer this question in the affirmative.
One of Australia’s finest young playwrights, Lachlan Philpott, throws a different, brighter light on this whole issue with his new play, M.ROCK. The play’s romantic notion is that the universal love of music has the power to bridge the gap between the generations.