black swan state theatre company



REVIEW: Coma Land

Jul 24, 2017Comments off

By Zachary Sheridan Coma Land is beautiful. It concerns a child genius, Boon, who can’t wake up. In this dreamscape she meets Penguin, a young

REVIEW: The Eisteddfod

Jun 25, 2017Comments off

By Holly Ferguson Directed by Jeffrey Jay Fowler, The Black Swan State Theatre Company’s production of Lally Katz’s, The Eisteddfod, is a true testament to

REVIEW: The Lighthouse Girl

May 04, 2017Comments off

By Zachary Sheridan  Directed by Stuart Halusz Black Swan State Theatre Company Lest We Forget. The Lighthouse Girl is a well-produced play with heart. The



Review: Clinton The Musical

Aug 31, 2016Comments off

By Rhys Tarling Clinton The Musical posits that there are two Bill Clintons: one is a sax-playing scoundrel who bears a resemblance to Tom Cruise’s



Review: The Caucasian Chalk Circle

Aug 08, 2016Comments off

By Kitty Turpin It’s a bit of a cliché to say The Caucasian Chalk Circle was not what I expected, but I’m going to say


A Perfect Specimen

Review: A Perfect Specimen

Jul 05, 2016Comments off

By Rhys Tarling Ugliness is oppositional to beauty, but both concepts share a key similarity: anybody who embodies these traits provoke fascination, making them ripe



Review: Angels in America Part 1: Millenniu...

Jun 03, 2016Comments off

By Rhys Tarling Photo by Daniel James Grant Although this Pulitzer Prize winning play is set in 1985, and had its premiere in 1991, the

The Graduates: Where Are They Now

Jan 30, 2016Comments off

By Sarah Stopforth Photo by Kitty Turpin Hoa Xuande and Brittany Morel are two of WAAPA’s brightest newcomers. Recipients of Best Actor and Best Actress