Sydney Festival is truly getting in the swing of things. With around 100 events the reviews are coming left right and centre, it can sometimes be a lot to take it. So we have pulled a couple together for you…
Tag / THEATRE
If you missed Babel, are kicking yourself for not making it to Nick Zinner’s 41 Strings and can’t believe you slept on seeing ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore, don’t miss the last big international theatre event of the Festival – Beautiful Burnout.
Curious about Thyestes? Director Simon Stone answers a couple of questions. Why Thyestes, and why now? This is the ur-myth of unstoppable revenge cycles.
Wondering what Buried City is all about? Rosly from Buried City has been kind enough to share some rehearsal notes ahead of their Sydney Festival debut. Here is a taste of what’s to come.
Curious about I’m Your Man? Here’s a Q&A with creator and director Roslyn Oades, as well as a couple of sneak peek rehearsal pics.
Direct from Paris, Festival Director Lindy Hume’s thoughts on the World Premiere of ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore.
We caught up with Gale Edwards, Director of Snow on Mars at rehearsals…
After smash-hit seasons at last year’s Sydney Festival, Adelaide Cabaret Festival and Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the phenomenon that is Smoke & Mirrors returns to the Festival Garden in 2011.
After a rollicking party to celebrate week one in the Famous Spiegeltent (and beyond), I’m emerging from a bit of a haze to report on the second week.
Welcome to the first in a series of blogs from Joe Accaria, drummer with the Smoke & Mirrors band, direct from the Edinburgh Fringe…