Category: Theatre Reviews – Archive

April 18, 2013 / Theatre Reviews - Archive

Darlinghurst Theatre, April 9, 2013  Three decades ago David Mamet suspended the ending of his pugnacious little play Glengarry Glen Ross, as if to say, “This behaviour will continue.” Sure enough the dog-eat-dog grotesqueness of capitalism run amok would spiral into the GFC, pause in momentary confusion, and build once…

April 15, 2013 / Theatre Reviews - Archive

Glen Street Theatre, April 11, 2013  Elizabeth Coleman really wrote two plays in one. The first is a silly suburban comedy and the second, indicated by the punning subtitle And I’ll Die If I Want To, a delicious piece of darker humour nodding to absurdism. That she favoured the former…

April 12, 2013 / Theatre Reviews - Archive