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Moving, But No Forward Address. "Night Letters" by Susan Rogers. State Theatre Company of South Australia [review]
(The Australian, 2004-03-04)
This production has been a long time in the making and numerous work-shops and revisions have coarsened the intimacy and the filigree elements of Dessaix’s work. They have been put through a megaphone - as the stage is apt ...
Shift of Wind Needed Before Pinafore Sails. "HMS Pinafore" by Gilbert and Sullivan. Carl Rosa Company. Her Majesty's Theatre [review]
(The Australian, 2004-11-08)
The Carl Rosa Opera Company occupied a distinguished part of English operatic history from its establishment in 1873 through to the late 1950s. It presented the first English productions of Carmen, Lohengrin and Aida and ...
From Bard To Worse. "Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet)" by Ann-Marie MacDonald. State Theatre Company of South Australia [review]
(The Australian, 2004-09-23)
Which raises the question - just how serious is the writer with this pastiche Elizabethan verse ? The effect is tedious, worse still, it is dramatically disengaging. Constance herself should know that the accomplishment ...
A New Director and A New Direction. "Adam Cook, State Theatre Company's Artistic Director for 2005, Removes the Veil".
(The Adelaide Review, 2004-11-12)
It is midday on a Friday and the crowd is gathered in the Dunstan Playhouse for the launch of the State Theatre Company’s 2005 season. There’s the usual mix of subscribers, sponsors, arts heavies and media, as well as ...
Pleasure In Company of Women. "Boston Marriage" by David Mamet. State Theatre Company of South Australia [review]
(The Australian, 2004-10-21)
In the late nineteenth century when two women lived together, it was known as a Boston marriage - reflecting both the feminist sophistication of the arrangement and its prevalence in that American city. Boston Marriage is ...