AboutMadeleine Dale, Author at The Creative Issue
As The Rabbits hops into QPAC, we spoke to designer Gabriela Tylesova to get a closer look at this unique Australian production.
All aboard! Act/Reactâ€™s interactive Titanic is setting sail from the Brisbane Comedy Festival â€“ and while thereâ€™s no guarantee youâ€™ll make it to America, youâ€™ll have the time of your life on the way to the bottom.
As we file into the Turbine Studio, I notice a guide to Damien Powerâ€™s new solo show sitting on my seat. Not a program, not a flyer â€“ a guide. Opening it reveals precious little about the show in question, but it does yield a rather nice black and white photo of Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Å½iÅ¾ek. So begins a night of comedy unusually concerned with the bigger questions: human mortality, the death of God and the lusty demands of the mammalian hind brain.
Brisbane theatreâ€™s night of nights leapt dramatically off the rails on Monday, with scathing departure speeches, over the top presenters, missed cues, off-script politicians and an audience drunk on the hilarity of it all.
â€œItâ€™s like a duck â€“ on top of the surface, itâ€™s all serene and calm; under the surface: madly paddling.â€
As Titanic: The Movie The Play prepares for her maiden voyage, we spoke to director and co-writer Greg Rowbotham about the challenges and joys of launching the Ship of Dreams from the Powerhouse courtyard.
BrisAsia festival may be entering its last week, but already itâ€™s laying foundations for the future. We checked out festival delicacy Morsels from the Heart and got a sneak preview of whatâ€™s to come for Brisbane theatre.
Simon Burke joins Melt Festival for a night of reminiscence and romance in Something About Always.