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Jul
24
2018

THE MAN IN THE ATTIC

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Eternity Playhouse, July 11 7/10 The idea of “blue” conjures a different image in every mind. Is morality also plastic enough to be swirled together with other shades on a palette, or is it an absolute? Even if it exists as an absolute conceptually, what about in practice? Timothy Daley’s The Man in the Attic […]

Jul
21
2018

THE ROLLING STONE

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Reginald Theatre, July 7 7/10 A brick makes a satisfying “clunk” as it slots into place in a wall being built. The Rolling Stone is like that wall, with British playwright Chris Urch slotting the parts of his plot together with similar precision. It is built with alternating layers of tension and rapport between his […]

Jul
14
2018

THE GIRL THE WOMAN

National Theatre of Parramatta presents The Girl / The Woman, in association with Apocalypse Theatre Company.

The Girl trips over her sexuality and lands on her motherís traditions. She turns to her best friend and enabler ñ the Internet. Her mother, meanwhile, hates to leave the house ñ a tiring but familiar refuge from an ever-changing outside world.

Twelve years in the making, wild and funny until itís not, The Girl / The Woman, is an exhilarating two-woman collision of body and mind, desire and tradition, language and visionary theatricality.

From Jun 28 ó Jul 7, 2018 at Riverside Theatre, Parramatta.

Performers Aanisa Vylet and Nisrine Amine

Playwright Aanisa Vylet
Director Dino Dimitriadis
Creative Futures Assistant Moreblessing Maturure
Set and Costume Design Jonathan Hindmarsh
Co-Sound Designers Ben Pierpoint and Mary Rapp
Lighting Designer Benjamin Ross Brockman

Photo by Robert Catto, on Wednesday, 27 June 2018. Please credit & tag the photographer when images are used - @robertcatto on Instagram & Twitter, @robertcattophotographer on Facebook.

Lennox Theatre, June 30 6/10 You see it in tantalising glimpses amid the dry ice, or peeking out from a nook in the mountain of furniture detritus: a pinched facial expression; a fluttering hand; a lost-girl voice; a furtive idea; a piece of self disembodied from the rest Aanisa Vylet’s character. In this labyrinth of […]

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