A thoroughly enjoyable show that utilises minimal staging but clever use of projections to take us between the various locales and moments of time. For those who see Driving Miss Daisy as an opportunity to see two icons of TV, theatre and film strutting their stuff, you will not be disappointed.
Category Archive: Theatre
The classic tale of Nosferatu was reimagined for modern audiences by Polish writer/director Grzegorz Jarzyna. This minimalist reworking brings Bram Stoker’s classic gothic novel into the 21st century. The set at the Dunstan Playhouse was marvellously designed, a large, malleable performing space allowed for a series of environments to come to life. The lighting worked …
It is upsetting that my favourite show of the 2013 Adelaide Fringe, in my favourite venue of this year’s festival, was discovered so close to the end of the season. First to the venue – The Birdcage is one of the seemingly dozens of pop-up theatres around the state at the moment. Located in the …