The synchronised movements of the performers are particularly impressive in this piece above others as their poor timing would not have been easily concealed when thumping on a massive drum. Tyler Morgan reviews.
My sister and I sat at the edge of our bed hearing stories about the Gurus. It’d be a crime for me not to be putting that to use because we come from such a rich background and heritage. Ishita Mathur interviews Amandeep Singh.
It's every reference you've ever heard, each performance or film you've seen or every story you've heard except - get this - turns out you’ve already seen bits of it, in a dream a few weeks ago or something. Nick Morlet reviews.
"There I was, thinking I was being brave and doing the right thing and answering the judge clearly, thinking that it would make me safe. But it totally worked against me." Katie McAllister interviews Xan Fraser.
Teaming actors with a handful of WAAPA’s jazz musicians, The Beat Generation required an audience open to a new way of viewing theatre and experiencing the Beats in all their ugly glory. Samuel J. Cox reviews.
The concept piece explores the notion that the physical structures of the theatre might somehow remember the artists, technicians, critics and audiences that it has borne witness to in 112 years of operation. Samuel J. Cox reviews.