There is nothing nice about this cabaret performance – mercifully! We are confronted, comforted, ostracised, outraged, deliberately confused and just as deliberately cajoled.
Author Brian Godfrey
Meow Meow is, at heart, a comedienne, a mistress of comedy in the tradition of Barry Humphries.
As one of the most anticapted acts of this year’s Festiaval, a cappella sensation The Idea Of North were joined by Japanese vocal percussionist Kaichiro Kitamura in Groove Sessions.
Paul Kelly’s iconic voice gives depth and emotion to 19 poems with Camille O’Sullivan’s gorgeous Irish accent bringing elegance and grace to each and every one.
Crown making, walking the red carpet, photos with the queen and before-show entertainment: this family gala had it all and so much more.
Ahead of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, The Idea of North have recently returned to Australia from a tour of Switzerland and Germany, where they performed to critical acclaim.
Farce is one of the hardest of theatrical genres to do well. Ray Cooney is a master at writing perhaps the best of British farce; Barry Hill is expert at directing it; and Tea Tree Players tend to do it very well.
There’s a lot more to this political thriller than a tale of two quibbling siblings. Hannie Rayson’s play runs like a televised current affairs report, showing the underside of Australian politics.
Stephen Sondheim’s classic Gothic musical gets a nice re-vamping by South Coast Choral and Arts Society.
Emma Knights Productions’ latest venture is the highly popular ‘Chicago’ For this, Emma has secured the talents of professional actor/director, Adrian Barnes to direct.
‘Two Brothers’ may be the most politically controversial Australian play of the last 25 years. It created a media cyclone when it was first produced by the Melbourne Theatre Company.
South Australian Light Opera Society Inc, (SALOS), have once again given us a fantastic production of a well loved show: The Desert Song.
Presented by Promise Adelaide and adapted by Simon Reade from Michael Morpurgo’s celebrated novel, Private Peaceful is the moving story of a young soldier killed by firing squad in World War I.
This is now the second company in South Australia to take on Stephen Schwartz’s famous tale of two witches from Oz, after Matt Byrne Media’s premiere last year,
Simon Williams’ Laying The Ghost is almost regular Tea Tree Players’ fare for its audiences, but not quite. It is NOT a farce but rather a gentle comedy.
Northern Light Theatre Company are presenting the delightful old-fashioned musical comedy/romance ‘The Pajama Game’ – made famous by Doris Day in the movie version
Northern Light Theatre Company are letting us cuddle up with them, with a good, old-fashioned, feel-good, musical comedy/romance classic, The Pajama Game.
King TV defies classification. It has aspects of dance, theatre and music, and it’s listed in the Fringe Guide as a cross-artform piece of Circus and Physical Theatre.
Yianni Agisilaou in The Un-Pinchable Pink Pen takes you on a journey of the sexes and explores the fundamental values we place on gender