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Theatre 2007 Archives - Page 2 of 14 - One4Review

Ca$h in Christ

August 8, 2007 |

Van Badham and Jonny Berliner are husband and wife TV Evangelists, Fanny and Bob Comfort.  Together they explore the dark and dangerous side of Christian Fundamentalism. Bob and Fanny welcome us to the Sunrise Church, where they celebrate the … Read More

A Dark and Stormy Night

August 8, 2007 |

We are transported back to October, 1944. We, the audience, play the role of a studio audience to witness an evening’s entertainment – 3 Halloween playlets interspersed with some songs and commercials. Despite the flaws in the production, it … Read More

Escape Routes

August 8, 2007 |

This play is in essence three monologues from different women; all played by Kate Fitzgerald, very much in the ‘Talking Heads’ style. First up was Debbie Shaw, a conveyancing solicitor with ambitions, but how far will she go to … Read More

Into the Hoods

August 8, 2007 |

A magical and wonderful experience created by Director/Choreographer Kate Prince and everybody associated with this production. There is so much going on in terms of the fusion of dance, comedy, music and film. The overall effect, nevertheless, is visually … Read More

My Filthy Hunt

August 8, 2007 |

I found this a very interesting performance, if a little unusual in it’s staging. Four actors, two male, Craig McArdlee and Gareth Webber together with two female, Hayley Shillito and Laura Taylor dressed in suits, and as the music … Read More

The Quest for the Devine Bottle

August 8, 2007 |

This production is a kaleidoscope of theatrical forms. It is part bawdy comedy, part musical, part physical theatre, part fairy story and pantomime. Sounds messy but the whole thing works. The play is written and co-directed by Richard Fredman. … Read More

Talking to Spacehoppers

August 8, 2007 |

This play written by Angela Truby and the performer Joanna Swain tells the story of late 30s Bev and the trials and tribulations of her life with or without her increasingly absent husband. Bev was, and still is, into … Read More

A Work in Progress

August 8, 2007 |

Damian Trasler’s short play is an interesting concept. An author is attempting to bring a detective novel to a climactic ending. Suddenly, the characters confront the author and question how he sees the novel ending. With a cast of … Read More

Amelia Jane Hunter is Keith Flipp

August 8, 2007 |

How would you exist if from birth you are the embodiment of mixed sex identical twins in one body? How would it prepare you for life? The staid straight laced married sister Amelia Jane Hunter and the Drag-Queen brother … Read More

The Cave of the Golden Calf

August 8, 2007 |

Cabaret as a theatre form had its beginnings in 1890’s Paris, adult entertainment ranging from the avant-garde to the risqué. Andrew Brown arts and theatre entrepreneur has revitalised the original ‘Cave of the Golden Calf’, a Bohemian Soho nightclub … Read More