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The Caretaker

The Caretaker, an original play written in the 50s by renowned playwright Harold Pinter, will be given a new life as it premieres in Sydney’s Glen Street Theatre. Co-directed by Nicholas Papademetriou and Alex Bryant-Smith, who both also star in the piece, The Caretaker boasts a newly designed set and an intricate commitment to the […]

REVIEW: Eurydice

America playwright Sarah Ruhl wrote this play as a tribute to her recently deceased father, and indeed the major focus is on the relationship between Eurydice (Ebony Vagulans) and her father (Jamie Oxenbould), whom she meets when she is banished on her wedding day to the Underworld. However, as she has bathed in the river […]

The Caretaker

Watching absurdist theatre is like looking at a magic 3D image; if you look too hard for a structure or meaning, you won’t see much, but if you relax and allow yourself to passively absorb, then suddenly a shape will appear. Harold Pinter wrote The Caretaker in the late 1950s - towards the end of […]