Directed by Andrew Watson, all the innuendo, misunderstandings, mistaken identity and farce of hit television comedy has been adapted for the stage version and written by the show’s original creators David Croft and Jeremy Lloyd.
Ira Levin’s best-selling horror novel, Rosemary’s baby is brought to life under the direction of Georgina Kling. Veronica’s Room has a sense of looming danger, suspense and unexpected twists that constantly keeps the audience thinking.
Playwright Tom Holloway and Director, Ella Hetherington, present 100 Reasons for War takes. It’s a tangential look at the reasons societies often find themselves in terrible and tragic conflicts. Funny, moving and provocative, 100 Reasons for War questions the multiple and complex reasons why war has become such a prominent feature in the history of humankind.
“It’s a play grappling to find an answer, knowing full well there is no reasonable solution,” Hetherington said. “Don’t expect your regular sort of play! We need to think about the current state of the planet – our actions as a species and as individuals. We are at war with the climate, each other and even ourselves but, at the same time, we’re on a quest for world peace, as well as peace in our homes and peace within.
WHETHER they’re cute, catty and comical or beautiful, bitchy and backstabbing, The Real Housewives of Perth are coming to Limelight Theatre. Written by Molly Bell and directed by Helen Smolders, the musical is based on the television franchise and localised for a WA audience, looking at how the women interact with each other and their partners.
Wives Joanne, Babette, Beezus, Lulu and Penny each have their moment in the sun to showcase their life. But they all have secrets, revealed during the course of the show – and the musical explores how they deal with these revelations.
“Romeo and Juliet explores the theme of forbidden love, so I wanted to look at the text in terms of what’s still often considered forbidden love today,” says Director, Amanda Crewes. “That brought me to our current, very cloudy view on same sex relationships. I wanted to determine whether changing the gender changed our view on this love story.” Continue reading Romeo & Juliet: The Gender Swap