Flying Penguin Productions’ Solo is a simply staged but mesmerising presentation of two plays exploring love and death, and how the human spirit can cope with adversity.
Following his recent success with the State Theatre show Creditors, SA director David Mealor is presenting two moving monologues – one about a female boxer and the other exploring a modern-day tragedy – in the intimacy of a 40-seat studio.
Brothers Wreck is a well-written play which offers its audience a rare experience in theatre: the opportunity to watch something intensely real which could potentially influence human relations in this country.
Wayne Brady is a genuine star of stage and screen: he sings, dances, acts and good-naturedly makes fun of there being nothing to do in Adelaide after 10pm.
Soprano Antoinette Halloran is an accomplished opera singer and in her Adelaide Cabaret Festival show Taking it Up the Octave, you get a little more than you might expect.
New State Theatre Company play Terrestrial is a tale of two teenagers finding consolation in an isolated South Australian town while wondering whether they are being watched over by extraterrestrial beings.