From belly dancing through to jazz, yoga, hip-hop and flamenco, tertiary dancers from all corners of Australia and New Zealand will descend upon TAFE SA Adelaide College of the Arts (AC Arts) for the 2010 Options Tertiary Dance Festival from 7 to 12 March.
Arielle Gray performs in three short absurdist plays that were written and directed by Luke Milton and feature original music by Steve Hearne.
Nekrotzar arises from his tomb intent on destroying the world with a meteor.
Garry Stewart’s premier season of his new work is an astounding piece of acrobatic artistry made to look simple by the Australian Dance Theatre ensemble.
Circus Oz distinguishes itself from most other acts of this ilk not only by the size of its ensemble, but by providing a visual feast to keep you energized.
Jimmy Dalton’s inane script is as out of focus as most holiday snaps, but that’s not to say this relatively quirky travelogue doesn’t have its moments.
In an obvious tribute to Jeff Wayne’s timeless musical adaptation of War of the Worlds, Project 2 have attempted to recreate the passion of HG Well’s immortal story The Time Machine.
For lovers of Afrobeat, there’s no going past local African artist Professor Dada Nii and his wonderful band, fusing West African drumming and songs with jazz.
Die Roten Punkte (The Red Dots) are a late night Fringe comedy staple, having returned to Adelaide for a number of consecutive years now. This ‘best of’ show is a must for seasoned fans and new fans alike.
Some believe that it is because Shakespeare directly quoted the words of a magical invocation in the script but, whatever the reason, his play, Macbeth, has come to be considered a cursed work.
One has often heard the phrase “a painter’s painter” and Nicholas Harding can well be described in that manner.
These four terrific singers recreate the Sapphires in a top notch production filled with toe tapping soul and Motown songs.
Comedy, song, audience involvement, amazingly powerful trapeze work, acrobatics and more fill this show to overflowing with energy, pace, great comic timing and a goodly sprinkling of naughtiness and nudity.
From the fun of a tassel-swinging gorilla, to the edgy elegance of Umiumare in a stunning kimono, to a range of beautiful and bizarre sequences, this is an eclectic mix.
This was a preview performance, but you would not have known it. Everything ran as smoothly as clockwork and the performance was up to its usual highly polished and professional standard.
The new $4 million North Terrace Stage Three development is open and ready for use just in time for tonight’s spectacular Northern Lights display.
This is a collection of very short plays with a linking motif; the ubiquitous umbrella. Every play involves at least one umbrella.
The idea behind this self-devised work is that it would be interesting to know what is going on in the minds of two people during the course of a relationship.
The Desert Fringe arrives in Port Augusta during February 26 and 27 – bringing comedy art and music to the “crossroads of Australia” – where the desert, sea and Flinders ranges meet.