The only serious problem with this production is that it has only two performances. Hopefully a few more can be added before the Fringe ends as this is well worth seeing.
This production is a collection of three short plays by Ethan Coen; Waiting, directed by Dee Easton, Four Benches, directed by Mark Fantasia, and The Debate, directed by Joh Hartog.
The Fringe has been an integral part of Adelaide culture since 1960 with the festival bringing international talent to our humble abode as well as being a launching pad for many local and national acts. What better way to celebrate the Fringe’s 40 year history than celebrating local talent in a production set right here in good ol’ Adelaide.
If you chant “I’m A African” (sic) you’d be correct, according to Canadian rapper and actor Baba Brinkman in his rhythmic breakdown of Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution.
It is difficult not to sing along to the ultimate retro party playlist that makes up the Kaos Kabaret.
It consists of numerous short scenes that appear to revolve around the same group of people.The quiz scenes drew plenty of laughs, and the audience clearly related to the idea of a place where all of your lost property ends up.
Joining forces with Internationally acclaimed contemporary company Australian Dance Theatre, this years winner will be offered a contract to perform in “Ignition” Season 2010, ADT’s annual choreographic season by Artistic Director, Garry Stewart and his outstanding choreographers.
This is a harsh, gritty look at three British people in their early to mid twenties; Tommy, his flatmate Chloe and his girlfriend, Edie. Add Heorin and watch what happens.
The end of the world is nigh. Gardens are being tended on the tops of skyscrapers built on the peaks of mountains. Human existence is facing annihilation. If this sounds familiar, it should.
Film lovers will be heading to The Bay on Sunday 21 February as the Media Resource Centre (MRC), in partnership with the City of Holdfast Bay, presents Movie Extra Tropfest – the world’s largest short film festival – live, for free and on a big screen at a brand new venue in 2010 – the lawns on the beachside of Glenelg landmark – The Beachouse (Colley Terrace).
13 Spanish women – a lingering look, classy contemporary cinema & a Colombian cinema coup!
Spanish Film Festival presents in Adelaide 13-16 May
Starring Jeff Bridges in his Academy Award winning performance..surely deserving but the story is all too familiar…
Performer Nick Parnell explodes the stage with melodic percussive interpretations of classic works; Bach to Brazil is an exotic display of rhythm and colour; an unforgettable musical journey.
Celebrating his eleventh year as the Artistic Director of the Australian Dance Theatre, Garry Stewart is looking to challenge your concept of ‘I’ with the world premiere of Be Your Self.
Melbourne based acoustic virtuoso Tim McMillan together with his band of renegade everymen Brad Lewis (Bass) and Matt Crute (Drums) are set to introduce their very own musical genre to the 2010 Adelaide Fringe.
Rodney Rigby for Newtheatricals and the Hon Tim Holding, Minister for Tourism and Major Events, has announced that the critically acclaimed, five-time Tony Award® nominated Broadway musical ROCK OF AGES will open at the Comedy Theatre, Melbourne, in April 2011.
Jason Chong seems to be turning into more than just a stand up comedian. As one of Adelaide’s great funny men, his engaging nature and ability to connect with the audience appears to be spurning him on to experiment more and more with multimedia.
The Big Gay Circus is in town but the ladies seem to be enjoying it as much as some of the boys.
It’s easy to see why Sticks, Stones, Broken Bones was nominated for Best Puppetry Show at last year’s Adelaide Fringe.