Poignant and relatable stories that marry sadness with humour hold an audience spellbound in writer Tracy Crisp’s solo show The Forgettory – a sell-out at the Adelaide Fringe which is back for a season at Bakehouse Theatre.
Columbus, Tallahassee, Wichita and Little Rock – the gang is back and they’re still killing the undead, only now there’s a new breed of evolved zombies to tackle.
According to her RocKwiz sidekick Brian Nankervis, when Julia Zemiro accepted the gig as artistic director of Adelaide’s Cabaret Festival she said something to the effect of “Okay, but we’re bringing RocKwiz.” Easy to say that’s what being the boss means – do whatever the hell you want – but in this case, it just made perfect sense.
Did someone say ‘musical’ and ‘Judy Garland’ in the same sentence? Yes, it’s Cabaret Festival time in Adelaide, and End of the Rainbow is a hot ticket that will make you both laugh and cry.
With Ben Elton and Kenneth Branagh at the helm, this quirky exploration of the final years of William Shakespeare’s life proves charming, intriguing and highly inventive, writes Heather Taylor Johnson.
David Williamson’s much-loved footy satire The Club is back in Adelaide, but local independent theatre company isthisyours? has flipped it on its backside in this very funny new production.