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Theatre 2007 Archives - One4Review

Breaker Morant

August 8, 2007 |

Harry ‘Breaker’ Morant, born in England but raised in Aus went on to become an Australian Legend. This bush poet and soldier was court martialled for the murder of a German missionary during the Boer War. On stage we … Read More

Eleanor Tiernan and Niamh Tiernan: – Help!

August 8, 2007 |

This play written by the Tiernan clan, past Perrier Winner Tommy, stand up comedian Eleanor and her cousin, actress Niamh is the story of comedian Eleanor, who is not nearly as funny as she thinks she is as she … Read More

Miss Julie

August 8, 2007 |

The three handed play Miss Julie written by August Strindberg has been adapted by Alan Litsey bringing it up to date and also relocated in the American deep south and is performed with zest and no mean talent by … Read More

SPECIAL

August 8, 2007 |

A frequent claim levied at Fringe shows is that gratuitous nudity is used to put bums on seats. Anyone expecting this to be maintained in this production given the subject matter would be disappointed, as the actors remain fully … Read More

Coffee?

August 8, 2007 |

James Campbell is probably better known for either his TV appearances or his kids shows, his first venture into adult theatre is the play "Coffee?" An almost empty early morning café, one young attractive business-woman sitting reading a folder … Read More

Going Underground

August 8, 2007 |

Going Underground is a seven hand play that is allegedly set on the London Central line and in essence are seven slightly dysfunctional travellers who each relate their stories in slices. Dottie, a perennial traveller with a thing for … Read More

One-Man Star Wars Trilogy

August 8, 2007 |

Anything with Star Wars in the title is going to sell tickets – just ask George Lucas.  So it was unsurprising to see the One-Man Star Wars Trilogy playing to a packed audience. It’s certainly an entertaining show and … Read More

Vallimar Jansen is Ethel Waters

August 8, 2007 |

ValLimar Jansen’s re-creation of Ethel Waters in words and song is powerful and spell-binding. Ethel Waters during the 1920’s, 30’s and 40’s was one of the most important, and indeed highly paid, black artists of her time. Her early … Read More

An Air Balloon across Antarctica

August 8, 2007 |

Young Irish writer Darragh Martin’s play is the product of a fertile and quirky imagination. Australian theatre company ‘Three to a Room’, under the clear and sharp direction of Yvonne Virsik, successfully blend the reality of human relationships with … Read More

Debbie Does Dallas – The Musical

August 8, 2007 |

One of the best titles to be found in the Fringe brochure this year is Debbie does Dallas – The Musical. Those of us of a certain age will no doubt remember the movie, probably the best known film … Read More