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Monster of the Deep 3D

I’ve gotta hand it to Claudia O’Doherty, the woman is an arts and crafts fiend! Claudia will take you through an hour long informative presentation on what it is like to be the sole survivor of “aquaplex” a top secret underwater society built as a government experiment in 1978. CLaudia handle this laughable subject matter with utmost seriousness and proffesionalism, making it all the more harder to supress the giggles. A well constructed piece of solo theatre, and worth it just to see the arts and crafts feat that it too good to reveal.

Absolutely Absurd

68. Absolutely Absurd

A series of absurd sketches, private school juniors giving Pinter a whack. Oh dear. I did enjoy the retrofab nanna frocks that hung off the kids as they played any character over 30.

Bombshells

19. Bombshells

Soft Edges, an independent theatre company focused on the work of talented women put on 5 of 6 monologues that comprise joanna murray smith’s “bombshells” a play that once got caroline o’connor nominated for an olivier award, clearly the material is dynamite. put on in the cosy paddington initing church, the audience watched by candlelight at plastic tables. The evening varied there were definitely bits where my bum fell asleep, but that may have been the plastic chairs. Nonetheless, there was some sassy stuff up on that stage.

Paris

17. Paris

It’s fairly rare to find original new Australian musicals, let alone good ones. This, a new rock reinvention of homer’s trojan war by Jon English was actually not too dissapointing, even if it was done by St Andrews school. Being St andrews, with their gnarly music stream, over 100 kids flooded the york theatre whilst a few youngens with terrific pipes delivered some melodies both impressive and beautiful. I got a very, very opening ceremony vube from the private-school production values and the calibre of talent. Would not be suprised if we see a bit more of this musical on aussie stages, and hey, even international ones in the future. And hey, they did have a better set than some of this year’s mainstage productions.

Crestfall Press - Flash

A Fancy interactive Flash to get us all kinds of excited about the upcoming Crestfall.

How did it get to be 2010 all at once???

How did it get to be 2010 all at once???

UNDER THE WHARF

Come on thespians of Sydney - throw together that show you’ve alway been dying to do in floaties singing like diana ross on rollerskates and get producing!

A Midsummer Night’s Dream Trailer

The power team that are jamming to bring us some of shakers’ best in the bsharp theatre seem to have put out a little music video.

yummy yum… my toes are a wigglin with excitement for the theatrefest that is about to ensue!

Monster of the Deep 3D

I’ve gotta hand it to Claudia O’Doherty, the woman is an arts and crafts fiend! Claudia will take you through an hour long informative presentation on what it is like to be the sole survivor of “aquaplex” a top secret underwater society built as a government experiment in 1978. CLaudia handle this laughable subject matter with utmost seriousness and proffesionalism, making it all the more harder to supress the giggles. A well constructed piece of solo theatre, and worth it just to see the arts and crafts feat that it too good to reveal.

Absolutely Absurd

68. Absolutely Absurd

A series of absurd sketches, private school juniors giving Pinter a whack. Oh dear. I did enjoy the retrofab nanna frocks that hung off the kids as they played any character over 30.

Bombshells

19. Bombshells

Soft Edges, an independent theatre company focused on the work of talented women put on 5 of 6 monologues that comprise joanna murray smith’s “bombshells” a play that once got caroline o’connor nominated for an olivier award, clearly the material is dynamite. put on in the cosy paddington initing church, the audience watched by candlelight at plastic tables. The evening varied there were definitely bits where my bum fell asleep, but that may have been the plastic chairs. Nonetheless, there was some sassy stuff up on that stage.

Paris

17. Paris

It’s fairly rare to find original new Australian musicals, let alone good ones. This, a new rock reinvention of homer’s trojan war by Jon English was actually not too dissapointing, even if it was done by St Andrews school. Being St andrews, with their gnarly music stream, over 100 kids flooded the york theatre whilst a few youngens with terrific pipes delivered some melodies both impressive and beautiful. I got a very, very opening ceremony vube from the private-school production values and the calibre of talent. Would not be suprised if we see a bit more of this musical on aussie stages, and hey, even international ones in the future. And hey, they did have a better set than some of this year’s mainstage productions.

Crestfall Press - Flash

A Fancy interactive Flash to get us all kinds of excited about the upcoming Crestfall.

How did it get to be 2010 all at once???

How did it get to be 2010 all at once???

UNDER THE WHARF

Come on thespians of Sydney - throw together that show you’ve alway been dying to do in floaties singing like diana ross on rollerskates and get producing!

A Midsummer Night’s Dream Trailer

The power team that are jamming to bring us some of shakers’ best in the bsharp theatre seem to have put out a little music video.

yummy yum… my toes are a wigglin with excitement for the theatrefest that is about to ensue!

Monster of the Deep 3D
Absolutely Absurd
Bombshells
Paris

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