Category: Fringe 2011

Fringe 2011

FRINGE – Miles Away – 3K

Set with only a bicycle stand upon a cloud-paneled backdrop, Miles Away tells the story of a woman’s struggles with past demons as she travels upon a road to self-discovery in the Australian outback. 3K

Fringe – 2014 Theatresports(TM) Clash of the Theatre Titans Palace Nova

by Heather-Jean Moyes A tight show full of belly laughs, Theatresports Clash of the Theatre Titans showcased the talents of four quick thinking teams. The usual impros, fun games, audience participation (nothing too scary – mainly voting by applauding madly) and the mandatory good and evil (boooo hissss) judges were present. It’s kid friendly and …

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THEATRE – The Web – Bakehouse – From Oct 17

Lies are exposed and family secrets forced out in the open as manipulation, confusion, fear and prejudice grips and invades a sleepy outback community. See post for details

THEATRE – East of Berlin – Bakehouse – From 5th Sept

East of Berlin was nominated for the Dora Mavor Moore Award for best New Play 2008 – See post for details.

THE INTERVIEWS 2013 – By Kryztoff

Throughout the year, Kryztoff interviews various performers, artists and commentators. This blog page now brings them all together, with the most recent posted first. Enjoy.

Shakespeare on love – Carclew – Till 8 Feb – 3K

It is an adorable hour where sunset only ushers in yet greater pleasure. 3K

Megan Doherty – La Boheme – 3K

The 28 year old recent graduate in musical theatre from Ballarat chose the topics of loneliness, lust and yearning to underpin her show entitled The Girl Who Won’t Grow Up, a repertoire that had Weimar cabaret strains to it without going for the whole Marlene Dietrich persona. 3K

The Jersey Boys – 5K – Festival Theatre Til 2 December

Anyone who is a fan of Four Seasons music or musical theatre would be a fool to miss out on The Jersey Boys – simply this is a theatrical highlight of this year and for a great many others as well. 5K

OzAsia – Cambodia Sun Rising – Space – 4K

The dancing, singing and musicianship are all finely executed, many of the 30 or so kids’ personalities become known to us without creating stars and the pacing of the performing and the story is all craftily handled. 4K

Shakespeare’s Globe on Screen – Regal Theatre (ex Chelsea) – Details

Shakespeare’s Globe is releasing three of its theatre productions to cinemas. The Globe on Screen season launches globally this autumn and includes All’s Well That Ends Well, Much Ado About Nothing, and Doctor Faustus.