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FULLY COMMITTED

Director Alexander Butt and brilliant comic actor Nick Curnow deliver the hysterical one-man play Fully Committed. The production follows a day in the life of Sam Peliczowski, an out of work actor working in the reservations department of a pretentious fictional New York restaurant. Reminiscent of the parody of upper-class dining culture in American Psycho, the […]

REVIEW – EVERYTHING I KNOW I LEARNT FROM MADONNA

Another entertaining one-man show has hit the iconic Old Fitzroy Theatre just in time for the Mardi Gras warm-up. As director Fiona Hallenan-Barker says, "You don’t need to be gay nor a hardcore Madonna fan to enjoy Everything I Know I Learnt From Madonna". Written and performed by Wayne Tunks, the show returns after a […]

ROBERTO ZUCCO

The opening of Roberto Zucco was a surprisingly thrilling night of theatre at the beautifully quaint Old Fitz in Woolloomooloo. The iconic French play, written by mastermind Bernard-Marie Koltès and translated by Martin Crimp, is the tale of a charismatic and beautiful Italian psychopath who kills both his parents and escapes from prison multiples times. […]

THEATRE: THE BOUGAINVILLE PHOTOPLAY PROJECT

The Bougainville Photoplay Project is part performance, part archive, part lecture and part personal history. It traces the story of writer/performer/academic Paul Dwyer and his engagement with Bougainville in Papua New Guinea, from the work his father did there as an orthopedic surgeon to his own work around reconciliation at the University of Sydney. The […]