Good Indian Daughter is a courageous memoir by an unapologetic writer who masterfully balances humour with the complexity of cultural conflict and family chaos.
Controversial Australian play Kill Climate Deniers will be brought back to the stage in an immersive production by Kinetik Collective – and the new Adelaide theatre group’s co-founders believe it is more poignant now than ever.
If there was ever a text to expose the desperation and fear masked by old-school masculinity, Glengarry Glen Ross would be it: four real estate agents sized up against each other in a sales competition that sees the winner take home a Cadillac, the runner-up awarded steak knives, and the others lose their jobs.
Discussions of class, privilege and origin rarely are light and often are confronting, as seen in Adelaide Repertory Theatre’s production of Good People.
Layers of stories, characters and blankets combine to form a profound and tender production about brokenness, loss and the eternal, hopeless human desire for a singular, true identity.
South Australian artists James Dodd and Henry Jock Walker come together at Hugo Michell Gallery to present Low Pressure System in a shared exploration of colour, material and creation in the absence of excessive pressure.
Noël Coward’s Blithe Spirit is still charming audiences 80 years on from its first production in this new incarnation by the University of Adelaide Theatre Guild.