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Ode To Man explores the death of masculinity at The Blue Room Theatre

Ode To Man explores the death of masculinity at The Blue Room Theatre

Writer/Performer Emma Mary Hall returns with collaborating Director Prue Clark with a new multi-media work that investigates the death of masculinity. Ode To Man is a series of vignettes that blend storytelling, poetry, projection and music to “interrogate the future for Australian men in a world where women dream to have it all.” Hall’s character […]

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What are you worth? Welcome to PRICE TAG’s nightmare dinner party

What are you worth? Welcome to PRICE TAG’s nightmare dinner party

PRICE TAG | The Blue Room Theatre | Until Jan 28 | ★ ★ ★ ★ Have you ever sweat over which bottle of wine to bring to a dinner party? Lost sleep over a pre-soiree stain on the carpet? Local writer/director/actor Jeffrey Jay Fowler has been reading your diary and tapped into your nightmares with his Fringe World […]

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Independent Theatre Celebrated at The Blue Room Awards

Independent Theatre Celebrated at The Blue Room Awards

On December 16th, the best and brightest of the local independent theatre scene came together for the Blue Room Theatre Awards ceremony. The Blue Room Theatre Awards occur annually and highlight feats of theatrical excellence from the theatre’s productions from the past year. The 2014 ceremony saw stiff competition for the nine awards, with every […]

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Trampolining? There’s No App For That

Trampolining? There’s No App For That

West Australian performer Shane Adamczak, best known in Perth theatrical circles for his alter ego Zack Adams, is returning for his first show here since 2011. Adamczak, currently based in Canada, wrote, produced and designed Trampoline, a love story about the awkwardness of courtship seen from the perspective of Matt, a dreamer who likes to […]

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ArtShorts: Luminaire

ArtShorts: Luminaire

Unless you’re a lighting geek there’s a fair chance you’ve not noticed much about theatre lighting. In Luminaire, that’s all about to change as light itself becomes a performer. Writer /director Chris Donnelly explained that Luminaire is an exercise in making beautiful theatre to delight the senses – with visual and aural elements complementing  each […]

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