AboutMadeleine Dale, Author at The Creative Issue
If you like to sleep all day and party all night, then get ready for shake & stirâ€™s thrilling new adaption of this gothic classic. Before the sun sets and the curtain rises on Transylvania, get the inside track on this spellbinding show as we talk with Draculaâ€™s Tim Dashwood about playing Jonathan Harker, fight scenes and societyâ€™s fascination with all things fanged.
If youâ€™re a poet, a performance artist or just a lover of words with a very short attention span, mark the Queensland Poetry Festival down in your diary. Under the new creative management of David Stavanger and Anne-Marie Te Whiu, and with a huge line-up of artists and events, the biggest event in Brisbane poetry is looking better than ever.
Short+Sweet festival is taking over the Brisbane Powerhouse with bite-sized servings of Brisbaneâ€™s best new theatre and cabaret. We spoke to writer, actor and directorÂ Jack Kelly about the festival and the challenges of ten minute plays.
Though theyâ€™ve long qualified for their seniors discount, La Boite Theatre Company show no signs of slowing down. Their ninetieth year has been marked by knockout show after knockout showâ€”but the real party is still waiting in the wingsâ€¦
Short+Sweet festival is back in July, bringing bite-sized theatre and cabaret to Brisbane Powerhouse! We spoke to festival director Nathan Sibthorpe about this incredible festival and the opportunities it offers for creatives.
La Boiteâ€™s new production of Medea is everything modern theatre should beâ€”lean, punchy and incredibly hard-working. Christen Oâ€™Leary shines in the role of the titular villainess, as playwright Suzie Miller radically reassesses one of the most reviled women of the ancient stage.
The world is a mess, and Russell Brand wants your help to save it. In his latest big-screen endeavour, the comedian turned social activist joins forces with director Michael Winterbottom to take up arms against the global banking system and the ever widening gap between the 1% and the rest of us.
Thereâ€™s a lot thatâ€™s hard to believe about Partisan. Itâ€™s hard to believe that the film is director Ariel Kleimanâ€™s first feature. Itâ€™s hard to believe itâ€™s an Australian production. Itâ€™s hard to believe that a picture about children being raised as tiny, pudge-faced assassins could be one of the most subtle and original films of the year.