In I Swallowed a Moon Made of Iron, Canadian performer Njo Kong Kie honours the haunting poetry of late Chinese worker-poet Xiu Lizhi through a song cycle that causes audiences to question the human costs of modern global capitalism.
Independent emerging theatre-makers are a vital part of South Australia’s arts scene, but with recent venue closures, little infrastructure and limited funding support, most are forced to rely largely on their own passion, commitment and innovation as they defy the odds to continue to produce bold new work.
Blisteringly anarchic and devilishly clever, Creepy Boys would like you to attend a birthday party for some very horny twin teenage brothers in a yurt. ★★★★★
Not-for-profit theatre group Iran Saye Theatre is presenting an intriguing, though difficult to follow, experimental multimedia performance at this year’s Fringe. ★★★
Unabashedly joyful and devilishly close to a copyright violation, Reclaiming Harry fights to reclaim the multi-million-dollar franchise for those who love it most – the fans. ★★★★
Inspired by South Australia’s Limestone Coast and an experience from his own childhood, Caleb Lewis’s new play is a deep dive into a dark night of the soul.