Adelaide Festival performance Taha tells the story of a man who lost his home, his lover and his livelihood, but evolved to become one of Palestine’s greatest poets after finding solace in writing.
Sylvain Chomet’s 2003 film Les Triplettes de Belleville was celebrated as a multi-award-winning animated feature film with an extraordinary original score, and now the Adelaide Festival brings us both film and music in The Triplets of Belleville.
A powerful and unsettling feeling of impending doom pervades the set of this new State Theatre Company play about three young women partying with AFL footballers, writes Heather Taylor Johnson.
Oh, how I wanted to love this show by Cal Wilson, the feisty Kiwi with multi-coloured hair who has been adopted over the years by Australian comedic panel TV shows. ★★½
With thrashing riffs and a story of isolated upheaval in a time of mass-confusion, rock musical Green Day's American Idiot rouses its audience in more ways than one.
How much ‘wrongness’ are you willing to accept for comedy? That’s the question reviewer Heather Taylor Johnson asked herself while watching Swinging Safari, Stephan Elliott’s outrageous homage to ’70s suburbia.