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The dark side of peacekeeping
Red Stitch takes a different tack this week with the Australian premiere of Danish playwright Thor Bjorn Krebs’ About Tommy, a documentary-style play exploring the horrors and absurdities of life in a war zone. “It’s definitely a...
- Posted 31 days ago
Bridging the generation gap
Melbourne director Mark Pritchard makes his Red Stitch directorial debut next week helming 4000 Miles, an Australian premiere by acclaimed American playwright Amy Herzog. The play focuses on the relationship between Vera (veteran actor and Red Stitch...
- Posted 114 days ago
Summer lovin’ had me a blast
Imagine a musical devoid of choreography and bereft of high-kicks. No chorus lines, no green lady on a broomstick being winched to the rafters. We may have lost some of you already, but for everyone else, read...
- Posted 193 days ago
A tragi-comic trio
Wittenberg, Germany: home in its time to philosopher Dr John Faustus, theologian Martin Luther and Hamlet, Shakespeare’s Prince of Denmark. But what if all three were there at the same time? That’s the premise of Red Stitch’s...
- Posted 234 days ago
The other side of gay pride
In the opening work for Red Stitch’s second season for the year, British playwright Alexi Kaye Campbell muses on the lot of the modern gay male, and how far we’ve really come from our more closeted counterparts...
- Posted 310 days ago
Addicted to love
Falling in love can be bad for your health. Waistlines spread as cosy nights on the couch with your partner and a glass or three of wine seem more inviting than another interminable evening on a treadmill...
- Posted 359 days ago
Thin line between love and hate
Playwright Bryony Lavery forensically dissects an intense relationship in Red Stitch’s new production, Stockholm. The drama is so named because it draws parallels between romantic love and Stockholm syndrome, the psychological phenomenon where hostages come to identify...
- Posted 394 days ago
Making sense of a national tragedy
Red Stitch’s current production, playwright Tom Holloway’s Beyond The Neck, is making its Victorian debut some five years after it was written — and after acclaimed seasons in Tasmania, Sydney and London. It’s a long overdue Melbourne...
- Posted 424 days ago
Red Stitch’s tale for our times
Following the success of the Hollywood adaptation of his previous play Rabbit Hole, acclaimed American playwright David Lindsay-Abaire again shines a light on the struggle against despair in Good People. The Tony-nominated play, which has already played...
- Posted 478 days ago
Top playwright handcrafts for Red Stitch
Red Stitch ends its 2011 season on a high this month with the world premiere of acclaimed playwright Joanna Murray-Smith’s new play, Day One. A Hotel, Evening. As cast member Sarah Sutherland told the Star Observer, Murray-Smith...
- Posted 556 days ago