Tags: 2015 Anywhere Reviewer

REVIEW: Boy With the Rainbow Umbrella

A heady combination of toxic masculinity, guilt, and politics, but a lack of focus and emotional cohesion strips this diatribe of its fangs.

REVIEW: The Gremlins

A wonderfully dark one-night stand of comedy and physical theatre – unlikely to inspire, but certain to show you a great night out.

REVIEW: The Sexy Detective’s Sexy Directive

REVIEW: The Sexy Detective’s Sexy Directive

Ever gone on an office camping trip with a recently demoted HR worker? Been fired from the family business? Met a prince with an absorbed twin? Or received a purple space heart for purple space bravery? No? Then you’re in luck – your chance to experience all this and more comes neatly packaged in this rapid-fire sketch comedy.

REVIEW: Die Dunkelkammer

REVIEW: Die Dunkelkammer

Mark Cauvin gives an impassioned and surprisingly physical performance as the sole player in this confluence of performance art – citing Isadora Duncan and Giovanni Aldini as inspiration, he alternates between several roles: the wild, joyous dancer, the scientist, wraithlike, absorbed in experimentation, and himself, the musician.

REVIEW: People Piss in Here

REVIEW: People Piss in Here

A modern nightmare – a panic attack in the bathroom, and worse yet – no toilet paper. But when your mental health is the cause of your problems, is divine intervention going to help or just make things worse?

Review: Arrivederci

A literal translation of Arrivederci is “until we see each other again”—a phrase generally used in Italian to say “goodbye.” And that is probably the limit of my knowledge of Italian phrases. But I now know where to go to brush up on Italian, or to  learn more about Italian culture, having last night visited Brisbane’s Casa […]