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Theatre review: Rella

Windmill Theatre’s ambitious and charming new production reimagines the classic story of Cinderella in a way that shatters not only the glass slipper, but also the outdated concepts that have defined the fairytale genre

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Meg Wilson's set design for 'Rella', a tale of TV-talent show fame gone awry which sees the performers dancing and singing through a huge diversity of spaces and places.
Design

Designer Meg Wilson is a maker of new worlds

Meg Wilson’s uncanny ability to create worlds that defy time and space will be on show in two major Adelaide productions premiering this month – with the dual offering solidifying her reputation as one of the city’s most in-demand theatre artists.

InReview

Green Room: Rock 'n' roll city, drone art, hothouse residents

SA arts and culture news in brief: A photographic celebration of Adelaide’s post-punk and pub-rock heyday, drone-art centrepiece announced for 2022 Fringe festival, Country Arts SA launches philanthropic arm, Hothouse Creative Residencies at Mercury CX, a world of music at Nexus, and Windmill’s Cinderella story.

InReview

Green Room: Call for arts reset, salon of the rejected

SA arts and culture news in brief: Conference to urge a new public agenda for the arts, 360-degree animated show announced as centrepiece of new month-long Immerse event at West End hub Light, the ‘alternative’ Archibald exhibition comes to Adelaide, production begins on Windmill Theatre’s first TV series, and more.

Theatre

Sasha Zahra comes full circle at Windmill

THE BUSINESS OF ART | The lessons of a lifetime spent working in arts institutions – from the Adelaide Fringe to Restless Dance Theatre – are helping Windmill Theatre Company associate director Sasha Zahra steer home the remount season of Amphibian this week, amid gut-wrenchingly relevant international tragedy.

InReview

Green Room: Festival for the curious, art with heart

SA arts and culture news in brief: New Barossa Contemporary festival launches inaugural program, SA Music Awards nominations open, $20,000 art award recipient announced, Windmill show to raise funds for Afghans, an intensive program for aspiring authors, and a free play spotlighting positive mental health.