Tag Archives: Ruth Fingret

ASYLUM: PERSONAL RESPONSES/ POLITICAL POWER

ASYLUM is ‘big picture’ theatrical thinking.

Use the word refugees at an end of year office party and you may well have a host intervene to warn you off. “No politics, it’s Christmas!” Stick to something safer.  Family perhaps?  Some people fail to see the danger in the domestic. Continue reading ASYLUM: PERSONAL RESPONSES/ POLITICAL POWER

[ACT IV] THEATRE COMPANY PRESENTS THE NAKED TRUTH @ BLOOD MOON THEATRE KINGS CROSS

The cast of DaVe Simpson's Blood Moon Theatre
The cast of Dave Simpson’s Blood Moon Theatre. Featured photo- Hayley Flowers plays the neurotic, pouty Trisha.

British playwright Dave Simpson’s THE NAKED TRUTH is  a very good fit for Blood Moon, a pub theatre located in the heart of Kings Cross.

The narrative is easy to follow- a group of women  of various ages and sized get together regularly at a  community hall to take pole dancing lessons. They share jokes, and stories from their lives, and their quirky personalities. One of the women  is diagnosed with terminal breast cancer and in support of her the group decide  to put on a pole dancing show for the public, the proceeds of which will go to breast cancer research. Continue reading [ACT IV] THEATRE COMPANY PRESENTS THE NAKED TRUTH @ BLOOD MOON THEATRE KINGS CROSS

ACT IV THEATRE COMPANY TO PRESENT THE NAKED TRUTH @ BLOOD MOON THEATRE

Naked Truth

Act IV Theatre Company have announced that in early April they will be presenting the the Australian premiere of Dave Simpson’s THE NAKED TRUTH.

Act IV describe the show as Coronation Street meets The Full Monty as five women struggle hilariously to conquer pole dancing in a bid to raise money for breast cancer research.

Then show will be directed by Ruth Fingret with assistant direction by Julia McNamara. Continue reading ACT IV THEATRE COMPANY TO PRESENT THE NAKED TRUTH @ BLOOD MOON THEATRE