Singin’ in the Pain: A Disability and Chronic Illness Cabaret

Singin’ in the Pain: A Disability and Chronic Illness Cabaret

Attending a show with ‘Disability and Chronic Illness Cabaret’ in the title, I was ready to experience something remarkably different from the staple Fringe offerings; however, nothing could have prepared me for the unstoppable train of emotions that was Singin’ in the Pain. Singin’ in the Pain empowered women of all abilities, restrictions and restraints, [...]

George Glass Proves the Existence of God

George Glass Proves the Existence of God

George Glass Proves the Existence of God successfully scratches the itches to life's biggest questions. Is there a God? Can God hangout later? What's God's biggest weakness? Will the Hungry Caterpillar show up? Is there anyone working on an Eyes Wide Shut musical? Adelaide's own George Glass brings musicality, absurdity, and plenty of blood in [...]

Just Desserts

Just Desserts

Opening night for Just Desserts had a bit of an abnormal hiccup. With an ambiguous location (The Park, Gluttony) and unfortunately some misdirection from Information staff, I found myself among perhaps thirty other show goers at a loss for where the show would actually be. Among fans of Michelle Pearson’s previous work, I heard stories [...]

Renfield: In the Shadow of the Vampire

Renfield: In the Shadow of the Vampire

A deeply disturbed, spider-eating nutjob. These are my thoughts on the character of Renfield from Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1897). Throughout the book, we are only really ever told about Renfield through the other characters. This all changed on March 5 at Bakehouse Theatre’s Studio, when Grist to the Mill Productions debuted Renfield’s perspective on life [...]