Review: Cyrano de Bergnac Sep09

Review: Cyrano de Be...

Citizen’s Theatre Tramway – until September 22nd (4 / 5) Cyrano has a way with words and a nose the size of Pinocchio’s. Blessed with wits he charms his way through life, but not into the heart of his tender love, Roxane. The shallow Roxane is enamored with the looks of the...

Review: Dreamland Aug24

Review: Dreamland

Hyperdrive Theatre Zoo Southside – until August 27th (4 / 5) Dreamland is a frantic and frenetic statement on cut-throat consciousness set against the backdrop of the financial crisis of 2008. The script, the brainchild of Ella Donaldson, who also takes on, with finesse, the role of the...

Review: A Hero of Our Time Aug23

Review: A Hero of Ou...

HUNCHtheatre C Royale – until August 27th (5 / 5) The performance itself is heroic. A Hero of Our Time is a Russian tale of an old-school player who screws over his old bestie in the game of love just because he can… and all for a girl he isn’t even that interested in. In...

Review: Don Juan Aug21

Review: Don Juan

A Slightly Isolated Dog Assembly George Square – until August 27th (4 / 5) Famously french, interactive and entertaining rendering of the famous tale of an old-school player who took it too far. Don Juan travels the land and sea seducing women and leaving them to pine for him. He has no...

Review: Lets Face the Music and Franz Aug17

Review: Lets Face th...

Earnest & Wilde C Royale – until August 27th (3 / 5) A musical romp through the origins of the First World War is not your first thought for a Best Cabaret Award Winner, but that’s exactly what Erik Igelström and Ciadhra McGuire managed to achieve in Adelaide earlier on this...