Mama Alto came to the Raj House foyer with an intimate show in her unique jazz-gospel style.
Author Alex Dunkin
Finding Me Volume Three is the final, or book end, version of the Finding Me trilogy of 2018. The show has been in evolution since the Adelaide Fringe and has adapted according to the audience that they are about to present in front of.
The Therry Dramatic Society brings Richard Alfieri’s Six Dance Lessons In Six Weeks to the Arts Theatre for their latest production.
The Keith Theatre Group Inc. took on the comedic superhero genre for their annual production, this year entitled Man of Steel.
The greatest hits from Queen are hitting South Australia in We Will Rock You, the latest production from Matt Byrne to take to the stage in Adelaide.
Mitchell has spent two decades with the character Hedwig, a creation built around his own experiences and those potentially connecting to other characters in the Hedwig’s world. His time spent with Hedwig hits the stage in an intimate set of personal stories around the evolution of the character and songs from the Broadway and film musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch.
SAYarts under the directorship of Connor Reidy and the mentorship of playwright Sean Riley bring to the stage a contemporary retelling of the Oresteia.
Amelia Ryan brings her tale of pregnancy to the stage in a funny assortment of songs, detailed anecdotes and witty banter. The show is a delightful production that is packed with many authentic and comedic moments.
A highly self-aware, unpretentious comedy with dashes of mild nudity and displays of physical circus skills was a joy to experience.
Tim Patch brings his talents as a naked painter to the Fringe for a full length comedy art show. Under the guise of his alter egos Pricasso and Speedy da Vinci, Patch utilises his body, including buttocks and genitals to paint two portraits over the course of the show
The comedy show stars three comedians, Lori Bell from Adelaide, and Bobby Macumber and Selina Jenkins from Melbourne, and works together a two hours show of individual stories, song, and casual banter.
Tom Christophersen’s Business Unfinished is an anthology of ghost stories that blend together spoken word responses from people who share their experiences with the supernatural
Burlesque By Force received its world premiere at the Nexus Art Space as part of the 2017 Feast Festival. The show is a tale of sexual assault, abuse, and the lingering impact that can be left on a victim.
The End features Hatsune Miku who is an internationally renown pop star with fans across the globe, including the show’s composer Keiichiro Shibuya.
The basic background for the show is that it’s an all female production that uses ideas around gender and race to present an overall display of dance, song, spoken word, burlesque, and some circus.
Electric Fields took to the Little Dumpling Market stage with a simple set up of a few microphones, a keyboard and a handful of people who had gathered in advance to their set.
Three Tall Women by American playwright Edward Albee has been taken on by the University of Adelaide Theatre Guild under the direction of Geoff Brittain.
Split Second Heroes is a contemporary dance production under the choreography of Gabrielle Nankivell and part of the inSPACE Program.
Courtney Act brings her highly entertaining show The Girl From Oz to the Spiegeltent for three shows as part of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival.
Hans (Matt Gilbertson), Bob Downe (Mark Trevorrow), and Willsy (Anne Wills) have come together to present a camp cabaret comedy in their show Triple Treat.