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"Woyzeck's Head" a Fresh and Original Take on a German Classic

Take it easy, Woyzeck…nice and slow.”

Georg Büchner’s Woyzeck is certainly recognizable to anyone who’s ever taken a contemporary theatre history class. Left incomplete upon the playwright’s death, the play is usually one of the theatre student’s first experiences with fragmented dramaturgy (or narrative structure). 934 more words


Jacks Newtown – A new year and a new front opens up in the Burger Wars

Happy New Year. We’re back. I’ve been on a bit of a break over the last month, occupying myself with a fishing trip down to the Snowy Mountains, some eventful family Christmas celebrations, and a lot of work on my new novel. 795 more words


The Sun Shining On Her Hands - Reviews

“Listening to the thuds on the ceiling of the Bread and Roses pub, Trip The Light Theatre’s The Sun Shining On Her Hands prepared me for a visually “moving”, physical theatre experience.” 271 more words

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The Sun Shining On Her Hands: A timely feminist reinterpretation of Woyzeck's Marie

In Georg Büchner’s fragmentary, expressionistic play Woyzeck, attention is traditionally focused on the eponymous protagonist.

However, The Sun Shining On Her Hands is a creative reimagining by… 201 more words

Wonderful Woyzeck...

There really is something in the saying that the youth is the future or something along those lines. This was made very evident in the brilliance of a… 185 more words


Octo Presents: THANDO

Over the past few months I have been working alongside a talented group of creatives who have produced an adaptation of Georg Buchners’ expressionistic play Woyzeck. 426 more words


Liviu Ciulei and Marlon Brando: Recoiling the Mortal Coil!

The great international stage and screen director and designer, Liviu Ciulei, and the divine stage and screen actor Marlon Brando both share something disturbing as it is true: They both believed in bringing coiled drama into an explosion on the live stage. 580 more words

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