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.
Out of the settling darkness strode a woman, she took a deep breath in and, without masking her Australian accent, began to tell me a story. It wasn’t pleasant, and it wasn’t her story, but by the time she had finished that introduction she had me in the palm of her hand. Caitlin Carr reviews.
Writer and director Sally Richardson talks to Ruth Thomas on the new PICA production 'Trigger Warning', which blends solo monologues, theatre and noise music to tell stories of women and refugees impacted by war.
These two protagonists are “guests” of a sleep clinic, wearing uniformed striped pajamas and consuming questionable drugs. They reflect a sense of innocence and vulnerability in their failures to overcome their plagued dreams, characterising them as the modern day “Sleeping Beauties”. Review by Gabby Loo.