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Dangerous Liaisons

Deliciously decadent in all things revenge and ravishment related, Dangerous Liaisons bursts into the Brisbane Powerhouse’s MELT Queer festival. With an ostentatious design, gender reversed characters, a meticulous musical score and performances that are every bit as challenging as they are comedic, Little Ones Theatre brings a devilish spin to Christopher Hampton’s adaptation of Pierre Choderlos de Laclos’ classic text. 553 more words

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Meet the Assassins: Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme

About the Actor: Laura Griffith

Laura Griffith was most recently seen at The 5th this season in Waterfall, and previously in  Carousel, Spamalot, A Room with a View, The Music Man, Candide, … 289 more words

Dramaturgy

One Woman Woyzeck

Sharp, snappy and episodic. These are the words that come to mind when viewing One Woman Woyzeck. Anatoly Frusin’s adaptation of Buchner’s remarkable text takes an already intermittent and fragmented piece and presents it from the mouth and body of a single captivating female performer. 602 more words

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Iphigenia: Director Chat!

Hello again, readers.  It’s me, blog slave Keith Hock, here with some more ranting and raving on the subject of our upcoming reading of Iphigenia.  We’re gonna mix it up today, however, and the majority of the ranting will come not from myself, but from the director of the reading and my maybe-boss, Bridget Grace Sheaff (the managerial hierarchy of We Happy Few is Byzantine, to say the least, and the only thing I can say with any degree of confidence is that I am NOT in charge).   2,430 more words

Dramaturgy

standing under

We practice “standing-under”(support) before we “understand”. We learn to do and say, “let’s think again”, because we don’t know now, but we will have known by then.

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Meet the Assassins: Samuel Byck

About the Actor: Matt Wolfe

Wolfe makes his ACT debut with this co-production of Assassins with The 5th Avenue Theatre and ACT- A Contemporary Theatre. He’s no stranger to The 5th Avenue stage, with credits in  397 more words

Dramaturgy

Liminoid Invitations & Liminoid Acts: The role of ludus in immersive and micro-performance dramaturgies

Dr Joanna Jayne Bucknall (University of Portsmouth)

Over the course of the performative paper I will explicate the ways in which certain immersive and micro-performance practices employ ludic strategies and tropes within their dramaturgies. 149 more words

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