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Blithe Spirit at the State Theatre

The Black Swan State Theatre Company has earned a reputation for quality theatre productions in Perth and their latest production Blithe Spirit by Noël Coward is no exception having… 661 more words

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Blithe Spirit (Black Swan State Theatre Company, Heath Ledger Theatre, 2015)

In Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit, Ruth and Charles Condomine invite their friends, along with local kook Madame Arcati to an all-in-good-fun seance. But the fun soon fades for the couple when the seance leads to the mistaken calling-forth of the spirit of Charles’ dead first wife, Elvira, much to his and Ruth’s horror. 956 more words

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REVIEW: Glengarry Glen Ross | BSSTC

Reviewed May 27, 2015

Heath Ledger Theatre

“All my thoughts were on them, none on me,” says Shelley Levene, as he’s describing his “sit” with the Nyborgs.  765 more words

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Dinner- Costume & Prop Designer

A BLACK SATIRICAL COMEDY FULL OF RAZOR-SHARP WIT, MEMORABLE CHARACTERS AND DRAMA THAT IS DELICIOUSLY ENTERTAINING. 
PAIGE JANSSEN, THE HOSTESS WITH THE MOSTEST, THROWS A GLAMOROUS DINNER PARTY TO CELEBRATE THE RELEASE OF HER HUSBAND’S NEW SELF-HELP BOOK. 287 more words
Designer India Mehta

REVIEW: Dinner by Moira Buffini | BSSTC

Heath Ledger Theatre

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

A vengeful host cooks up something dreadful for a dinner party and the guests get their just deserts; this tried and true formula for drama has been worked into more than a few scripts over the years, so it’s certainly not unfamiliar territory. 72 more words

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INTERVIEW: DINNER with Alison Van Reeken

No live lobsters will be harmed in the making of Black Swan State Theatre’s upcoming production of Moira Buffini’s Dinner, according to Alison Van Reeken. Van Reeken plays Wynnein the production, an artist who also happens to be a vegetarian and animal rights lobbyist, so her character would be happy to know that BSSTC is doing its best to keep the show humane. 80 more words

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Venus in Fur

Here’s a piece of dinner-party trivia for you: the term “masochism” came from the name of an Austrian writer, Leopold von Sacher-Masoch, who was renowned in the late 19th century for writing about sexual relationships of power and dominance, which at the time was incredibly controversial. 1,174 more words

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