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KISS OF THE GALLERY GUARD – THEATRE AND MOOD MUSIC

Production images: John Leung

KISS OF THE GALLERY GUARD has a sweet story at its heart and it includes some really enjoyable live piano before and as mood setting between scenes.  Playing at the Sydney Philharmonia Choirs Hall at the soon to be renovated Walsh Bay Arts and Culture Precinct, the show had a late cast change when one of the original actors suffered an accident.  With the generous support of  two new male performers to fill roles, the show has gone on.  It may not have found its feet on opening night but it’s evident the cast and crew have put in a great deal of work to get it to this point. Continue reading KISS OF THE GALLERY GUARD – THEATRE AND MOOD MUSIC

MY FATHERS LEFT TESTICLE @ THE DEPOT THEATRE

 

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Mustard Seed Productions is currently presenting their inaugural production, the world premiere of Murray Lambert’s subversive and hilarious dark comedy MY FATHERS LEFT TESTICLE.

The play exposes the physical/mental dangers to refugee adults and children, directly resulting from the Australian Government immigration policy to “stop the boats” and the hypocrisy of the barbaric treatment those refugees receive in the overseas processing camps. Five refugees exist in an alternate reality, and these five Australian Citizens have decided to flee their homeland of Australia, and are processed overseas through a refugee detention centre called “Camp Assimilation.” Continue reading MY FATHERS LEFT TESTICLE @ THE DEPOT THEATRE

MATRIARK THEATRE PRESENTS GODFACE @ 107 PROJECTS Inc REDFERN

Above- Jesse Northam with puppet. Featured- Murray Lambert and Sam Flack. Photos by Alinta Haydock-Burton.
Above- Jesse Northam with puppet. Featured- Murray Lambert and Sam Flack. Photos by Alinta Haydock-Burton.

The Holy City of Godface : built by gods, ruled by gods, populated by gods.

Seventy minutes, the length of this play, may not seem like a long time to spend on stage, but for the five cast members of

GODFACE, it must have seemed like an eternity. Not only do they have to play many human characters, they must also bring a myriad of puppet characters to life. The four male actors who work the puppets have to embody several different animals – supplying the voices while controlling their entire body movements. Continue reading MATRIARK THEATRE PRESENTS GODFACE @ 107 PROJECTS Inc REDFERN