The play was about friends and being challenged by life but still supporting each other. It was very funny, but near the end it was touching and somewhat sombre. It’s worth watching as people might find that it can be quite cathartic.
This production of Frankenstein retains the potent horror and mystery of Mary Shelley's novel. With a creative production team and a skilled cast of 21 people collaborating,, the production was remarkable. It was both shocking and delightfully gruesome, yet not overly violent.
One Hell of a Show. The Road to Success. A Modicum of Inspiration. Play: Circle Company: Modicum Theatre (Perth Inc) Director: Leigh Fitzpatrick Writer: Sean Wcislo Venue: Studio 411, 90 South Street (Murdoch University) Showings: Thursday Opening night: July 28th, 29th & 30th Leigh Fitzpatrick (Director) Sean Wcislo (Writer, Assistant director) Ariana: How did you… Continue reading An Interview with Circle’s Director and Writer
The Mummy Rises successfully takes the mummy, a classic monster, into a play riddled with humorous dialogue and ardent characters, without losing the horror and intrigue of the Gothic genre. Play: The Mummy Rises Director/Writer: Tim Brain Theatre Company: Nexus Theatre and From The Hip Productions Showings: July 14, July 15th, July 16th @7:30pm, Saturday matinée… Continue reading The Mummy Rises- Review
Music begins to play. On stage, furniture is covered in dust speckled sheets. Half the stage hidden by curtains. In Dr. Seward's sanitarium, a man is led astray by his insatiable desires, drawn to madness and hunted in the night... The characters in the play each had their own unique quirks. I personally was interested in how… Continue reading Dracula – Theatre Review
Four theatre productions at Murdoch University in July.
In the play, Six Characters in Search of An Author, its impossible to discern where illusion began and reality ended on stage.
It was great seeing the production come together with all the production elements. It certainly felt as though the audience was being teleported into the past with the characters.
The play, Women graces the stage on June 9th-11th at studio 411. Women is foremost a comedy and secondly a timeless classic mix between HBO's Girls and Little Women. It follows the journey of four sisters in their quest of overcoming the affectionate moniker, Little Women bestowed upon them by their parents and becoming adults. This… Continue reading Q&A with the crew of Women
An interview with the cast of Women. A Black Martini Theatre production