Perth Theatre Company

Theatre Review: From The Rubble – Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (Performances until 28th March 2015)

March 22, 2015

From the Rubble is the first work in the latest theatrical season for Perth Theatre Company. Based on the work of West Australian journalist Sophie McNeill, From The Rubble, is an unflinching and timely examination of the impact of war, conflict and extremism on innocent lives, both young and old. From The Rubble, as I […]

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Theatre Review: White Rabbit, Red Rabbit – Studio Underground, Perth (Performances through 13th September)

September 4, 2014

White Rabbit, Red Rabbit, the final instalment in Perth Theatre Company’s 2014 season, is not your average night at the theatre. Written by Iranian playwright Nassim Soleimanpour, White Rabbit, Red Rabbit is more akin to performance art than traditional theatre. Each night a different unsuspecting performer takes up the challenge of acting out Soleimanpour’s script, […]

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Theatre Review: Wish – Studio Underground, Perth (Performances continue through 24th May)

May 18, 2014

Wish is the latest production from Perth Theatre Company, and the first in its new season. Adapted by Actor and Director Humphrey Bower from the Peter Goldsworthy novel of the same name, Wish is a charming yet challenging piece of theatre, which will perhaps leave a few unsuspecting patrons unsettled and uncomfortable. Wish is the […]

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Theatre Review: On the Misconceptions of Oedipus – Perth Theatre Company (07.09.12)

September 9, 2012

Many will undoubtedly be familiar with the Oedipus myth, even if only in passing; we have Freud to thank for that. On the Misconception of Oedipus posits itself before the events of the famous play by Sophocles or Seneca; a prequel of sorts. But it’s also a meditation on fate and the shadow it casts […]

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