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Little Theatre, University of Adelaide 11th May 2016 Often classed as one of Shakespeare's less popular plays, the University of Adelaide Theatre Guild have taken on the comedy and enjoyed great success. When Valentine (Matthew Chapman) leaves Verona to try his luck in big city Milan, Proteus (Alex Antoniou) is left behind, desperately in love with Julia (Bonnie McAllister). Proteus&#

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Tuesday 8 March Dunstan Playhouse Reviewed by: Masya Zabidi   The perils of both fast paced technology and mass industrialisation is cleverly explored in 1927’s electrifying production of  Golem. The play’s Terry Gilliam style animations skilfully conceals (or enhances) weighty themes such as the negative influence of media and technology and the loss of individuality

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Friday 5th March The Producers Garden Developed by Jeff McLane, Half Hour Hamlet is not as I originally thought the entirety of Hamlet squeezed into half an hour, but a retelling of the story by Patrick Hercamp, who plays Shakespeare. Hercamp makes Shakespeare understandable for the layman with audience participation and modern humour. He demolishes the fourth wall and gleefully interacts w

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Thursday, 4th March Noel Lothian Hall, The Botanic Gardens Reviewed by: Kate Riggs According to the Bunker Trilogy website, Stephen Fry called the Trilogy 'wonderful.' In a gobsmacking turn of events that absolutely no one saw coming, Stephen Fry and I agree. Morgana is the second play of Jethro Compton Production’s Bunker Trilogy that reimagines traditional stories and myths

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Dazzleland, Level 5 Atrium, Myer Centre Sunday 28 February By Daniel McLean   Audiences of Slingsby’s latest production, The Young King, play the part of the king’s subjects at his coronation, an occasion as much about the pre-party pomp as the ceremony itself. Superb for children but never belittling, the production balances deftly between the safety of a child’s

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The German Club – Studio Wednesday 24th February Reviewed by: Natalie Carfora   I was 5 minutes late to review SLUT: The Play (oops sorry guys) and entered to a bunch of teenagers dressed in school uniforms gyrating on the stage. I immediately thought, ‘Woah, this is not what I thought it would be.’ Fortunately, that was far from the truth, and I left very impressed. &n

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