Entertainment

Sep24

Review: Return to Earth

POSTED ON // Tuesday, 24 September 2013 Written by // Veronica Hannon

Review: Return to Earth

In Lally Katz’s 2006 play the protagonist has returned to her parents’ home after years spent travelling the universe. The prodigal daughter is back but unsure how long she will stay. In her late 20’s, she is the product of a tight knit coastal community but also very much her own person. This is the tale of how one woman navigates the expectations of a society that measures out our lives in decades.

Sep21

Work of Body: Nought

POSTED ON // Saturday, 21 September 2013 Written by // Peter Burdon

Work of Body: Nought

Adelaide-based choreographer Daniel Jaber takes a big step forward in Nought, created on Australian Dance Theatre. He spoke to Peter Burdon

Sep20

Immortal Spectacular: Cirque du Soleil

POSTED ON // Friday, 20 September 2013 Written by // Peter Burdon

Immortal Spectacular: Cirque du Soleil

The newest Cirque du Soleil spectacular Michael Jackson, The Immortal soon reaches Australia on its three year world tour. Dancer Cameron McKinlay has been there from the start. He spoke with Peter Burdon.

Sep20

It's Toscas Time

POSTED ON // Friday, 20 September 2013

It's Toscas Time

This is the night of nights for Adelaide's LGBTI community: The Mars Bar's annual Tosca Awards.

Sep19

I’m So Excited!

POSTED ON // Thursday, 19 September 2013 Written by // Colin Fraser

I’m So Excited!

Colin Fraser talks to Javier Cámara, who stars in Pedro Almodóvar's latest film, I'm So Excited!.

Sep17

Queens of cabaret land at Slide

POSTED ON // Tuesday, 17 September 2013 Written by // Cec Busby

Queens of cabaret land at Slide

Musical theatre and cabaret aficionados will be rejoicing at the news that four of Australia’s best-loved songbirds will be taking to the stage at Slide for solo shows this October.

Sep15

Earth to Kitt

POSTED ON // Sunday, 15 September 2013 Written by // Garrett Bithell

Earth to Kitt

SYDNEY: A traumatising dalliance with a Puerto Rican shoe salesman led cabaret artist Danielle Asciak to the songs of Eartha Kitt, writes Garrett Bithell.

Sep15

Review: Miss Julie

POSTED ON // Sunday, 15 September 2013 Written by // Veronica Hannon

Review: Miss Julie

What could Strindberg possibly mean to us in the here and now? In his latest overhaul of another classic from the dead white male canon, Simon Stone takes up the themes of class struggle and sexual domination.