Published: Thursday, 29 June 2017 12:00
Written by Greg Letts
One man shows can be tough to pull off, but when I saw a familiar face in Steve Turner (Tartuffe, Dinner, Glengarry Glen Ross) take to the stage as Victor O'Meara, son of the Great Ridolphi, I knew that we the audience were in for an entertaining night at the Subiaco Theatre Festival.
The Great Ridolphi is a one hour distillation of all that is great about theatre. An intimate venue, a sparse but very cleverly put together set, a large helping of comedy along with a side portion of moving drama, along with an intriguing detective story that rattles along at a cracking pace.
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Published: Thursday, 22 June 2017 11:14
Written by Nita Teoh
Can you imagine being a recipient of a heart transplant at a tender age of 19?
This is the central theme of Heart Lines – the 3rd instalment of a 4 play season as part of the Subiaco Theatre Festival.
The play centres around Tim, James and Anna - a group of young students who live in a share house in Perth.
Busy with studies, work, socialising, dance, music and surfing – life is good and just starting for the trio.
Meanwhile, on the Gold Coast, nineteen year old Noah is doing it tough as he waits for a life saving heart transplant which is his only chance of making it to age 20.
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