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REVIEW:Tamagotchi Reset and Other Doomsdays

Jun 23, 2017Comments off

By Tristan Sherlock  I went into Tamagotchi Reset and Other Doomsdays thinking it was going to be a pretty weird play. Was I right? Eh

THEATRE REVIEW: Pitched Black by Lazy Yarns

Feb 18, 2017Comments off

By Zachary Sheridan  Pitched Black tells the tale of three young men on the precipice of their adult lives. As advertised, it revolves on the bush,

Review: Come on Down

Feb 08, 2017Comments off

By Holly Ferguson Following my interview with the cast of Come on Down (which you can view here: https://www.dircksey.com.au/2017/02/interview-come-on-down/) , I was feeling both excited,

INTERVIEW: Come on Down

Feb 06, 2017Comments off

Interview by Holly Ferguson Everyone loves a good game show, whether it’s; Deal or No Deal or I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here;

THEATRE REVIEW: Temuan [the meeting] by Pin...

Jan 27, 2017Comments off

By Zachary Sheridan Singaporean actress and theatre-maker Sharda Harrison first invites the audience to make a wish for the world in her one-hour solo work,

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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

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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

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Fag/Stag

Review: Fag/Stag

Jun 11, 2016Comments off

By Rhys Tarling Fag/Stag is a 50 minute two man show about the pitfalls of being a directionless 20 something – the disappointing hookups, hangovers,

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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

Jo Morris on Acting & Angels in Americ...

May 20, 2016Comments off

Words by Rhys Tarling I had a brief conversation with local theatre actress Jo Morris. A graduate from the National Institute of Dramatic Arts in