Full of inappropriate lyrics, wildly addictive melodies and a plethora of multicoloured pantsuits, you’ll be left falling asleep to images of Hillary Clinton dancing with invisible maracas for days. Caitlin Carr reviews.
It was wonderful to question if Theodore could be forgiven for heralding his wife as ‘half-man, half-beast’ to a paying audience - was it just theatrical puffery, or the only way he could vent his frustrations. Joshua Sanchez reviews.
Helmed by Artistic Director Kate Cherry, her legacy piece is the pinnacle of Black Swan State Theatre Company’s 2016 programming. Part One of Tony Kushner’s play 'Millennium Approaches' comes to life for the first time in WA. Samuel J. Cox reviews.
Fresh off a Melbourne stage, the production opened at the Malthouse Theatre in March before venturing here. At 90 minutes (no interval), the ambiguous ending to this thriller will have you tearing at your hair, but one thing’s clear: it’s not safe at the Rock. Review by Samuel J. Cox.
Born and trained in LA, the American actor Kenneth Ransom has been based in Perth - a semi-regular on the Black Swan stage, his recent performances include Glengarry Glen Ross, Dinner, The House on The Lake and The Motherf**ker with the Hat. Samuel J. Cox interviews.
Rather than feeling like the work of young writers auditioning for space on the main stage, the works swelled with daring, collective artistry and creativity, striving to engender the most important discussion you’ll have that night, that week, this month.