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Journey to the End of the Earth. "Last Cab to Darwin" by Reg Cribb. Pork Chop Productions. Dunstan Playhouse [review]
(Adelaide Review, 2004-10)
It is not surprising that playwright Reg Cribb saw the story of Max Bell as ready-made for the telling. It has all the elements of a mythic quest with a sturdy, self-deprecating hero meeting a host of different characters ...
Looking for Life's Treasure. "Moonfleet" adapted by Catherine Zimdahl. Windmill Peforming Arts and Mainstreet Theatre Company [review]
(Adelaide Review, 2004-02)
Windmill Performing Arts has a three year arrangement with the Mt Gambier based Mainstreet Theatre Company and, by the look of their first joint venture, the combination is going to be a happy one. Mainstreet director ...
Offering Singular Perspectives. "Laughing Wild" by Christopher Durang and "The Getaway Bus" by Ingle Knight. Bakehouse Theatre [review]
(Adelaide Review, 2004-09)
After a late scratching from Series Three of Bakehouse Theatre’s "Festival of One", comes the welcome addition of "Laughing Wild", a thirty minute monologue from American writer Christopher Durang. Taking its title from ...
Stylish Fun at Expense. "Boston Marriage" by David Mamet. State Theatre Company of South Australia. [review]
(Adelaide Review, 2004-10-29)
David Mamet is well-known for the testosterone dialogue of plays like American Buffalo and Glengarry Glen Ross and the intriguingly minimalist expression of his film scripts, so it is interesting to see him venture into ...
Death Of a Father Exposes the Illusions of His Sons. "The Duck Shooter" by Marty Denniss. Brink Productions and State Theatre Company of South Australia [review]
(The Australian, 2004-07-15)
One of Adelaide’s brightest companies when they first appeared in 1996, Brink Productions had begun to lose puff and purpose in the last few years. Now, with renewed energy and the recent appointment of Chris Drummond as ...
Moving, But No Forward Address. "Night Letters" by Susan Rogers. State Theatre Company of South Australia [review]
(The Australian, 2004-03-04)
This production has been a long time in the making and numerous work-shops and revisions have coarsened the intimacy and the filigree elements of Dessaix’s work. They have been put through a megaphone - as the stage is apt ...