Numinous Asylum

Numinous Asylum

Numinous: Descriptive of persons, things or situations having a deep emotional resonance, psychologically associated with experiences of the self. Wandering through the Hamilton Theatres, I was greeted by a man with electric blue eyes in a long white coat. The Numinous Asylum logo on the coats and the medical face masks lets me know that [...]

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 [...]

Cold War

Cold War

As you walk in, you’re handed an ice-cube from someone wearing a vaguely Day of the Dead-style suit, and no further instructions. There’s a low, bass-y, static-y rumble, and almost as soon as you’re in your seat – still holding the ice-cube – it’s demanded that the audience gets out of the stalls and assembles [...]

Only Human

Only Human

The future of Robotics, the uBot, was revealed last night at the Only Human showing at RUMPUS in Bowden. The South Australian Young Artists (SAYArts) delivered a thrilling and relatable story that pays homage to the tropes of the Golden Age of Science Fiction. Only Human is an ode to Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein. The show [...]

Grace Notes: Grace O’Malley, Irish rebel, pirate queen

Grace Notes: Grace O’Malley, Irish rebel, pirate queen

In a captivating feat of storytelling, Jennifer Liston entrances her audience with a combination of spoken word and song. Liston’s talent for drawing in her audience is impressive as she tells the tale of a distant ancestor, the legendary Irish rebel and pirate queen Grace O’Malley (Grainne Mhaol). Born in the 16th century, O’Malley’s life [...]