Imaginative, exhilarating, life-affirming and a little zany, Zizanie is the result of an exciting collaboration between choreographer Meryl Tankard and Adelaide’s Restless Dance Theatre.
Pitched as a slice-of-life dark comedy, Undertow takes place in the living room of a couple whose marriage of 20 or so years is placed under tremendous strain. ★★★
King of Thieves is based on a real bank robbery in London, but it is not so much a movie about a daring heist as a study of a group of ageing rogues dealing with the fact they are no longer proficient in their field.
Incorporating traditional African songs, opera, modern folk-rock, dance and theatre, A Man of Good Hope shows both the best and worst of human behaviour, but also has its audience whooping and cheering with delight.
The Silent House is a brilliant, intense show from Iran which depicts the strain placed on a relationship and the deterioration of mental health caused by a prolonged experience of living in a detention centre. ★★★★★
In Russian folklore, Baba Yaga is a deformed witch who lives in a forest and eats children. This Adelaide-Scottish production modernises the fable and seeks to give it contemporary meaning.