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Torn, white buildings. A man with a gun. Piles of paper strewn across the floor like debris. This was the stage that greeted us when we entered the theatre. As the lights dimmed, the humble stage was transformed through cleverly projected video footage; animation; puppetry; and a haunting soundtrack.
From the Rubble was inspired by the work of Walkley Award-winning journalist and Middle East correspondent Sophie McNeill.
It has been a while since Black Swan State Theatre Company has produced a black comedy, but Dinner by Moira Buffini more than makes up for that, presenting the theatrical equivalent of a fine 90%+ chocolate – dark, bitter and confronting, with an after taste that lingers.Dinner parties from hell always make a good setting for theatrical comedies, and Dinner does not disappoint.
Perth Theatre Company kicks off its exciting line up of performances for the 2015 season with its first – “From the Rubble”.
From the Rubble tells the stories of women in conflict zones world over inspired by stories from award winning Perth writer and journalist Sophie McNeill.
On a Monday evening, we arrived at the DeLuxe tent in the Fringe World Perth Pleasure Gardens to watch stand up comedian Xavier Toby in his latest show Every Cloud has a Silver Mining.
We stepped into the air conditioned tent (how spoilt is that?) and sat down to watch a steady stream of punters stepping in till the tent could hold no more. Full house on the opening night – Xavier has obviously built up a fan base in Perth.
After a few nights out in a row at the Perth Fringe Festival and with a dose of man flu, I was seriously thinking about sending my partner out solo to watch British comedian Gordon Southern perform his “Your New Favourite Comedian” show. But after being handed a pack of tissues and being told in no uncertain terms that it was my turn to write a review, I struggled out to Northbridge to find the streets around the Perth Cultural Centre in gridlock, with carparks full and a level of bumper to bumper traffic not often seen on a Friday night in Perth.
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