Whatever contemporary dance studies lecturer Peter Sheedy and the powers-that-be in the Dance Department of TAFE SA’s Adelaide College of the Arts are doing, they’re doing it right. ★★★★
Think Alice in Wonderland meets the Grim Reaper on a road trip to purgatory, marry this to the inescapable suffering of trauma and loss, and you have a glimpse of the tragedy that is Betroffenheit.
Tip-tapping, flip-flapping and beat-boxing its way into the hearts and feet of a multitude of screaming children – possible future contestants of So You Think You Can Dance – Untapped delivers an over-the-top mix of beats and bawdiness. ★★★
Irish author Edna O’Brien’s first novel in a decade, 60 years after her debut, is a chilling reflection on redemption, hope and evil.
This performance work at Port Adelaide’s Waterside is a modern fairytale about a man a woman and a duck – and much more besides.
Singer and writer Patti Smith’s M Train, described as a roadmap to her life, offers elegant musings on loss and survival.