• Alex Sutcliffe

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Adelaide, Adelaide Fringe 2014

Worst Side Story

No Comments 24 March 2014

Worst Side Story is inventive, side-splitting and just the right amount of self-deprecating, according to Alex Sutcliffe.

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Adelaide, Adelaide Fringe 2014

Run Girl Run

No Comments 24 March 2014

Alex Sutcliffe appreciates Grit Theatre's physical endurance as well as the underlying discussion of our culture's obsession with appearance.

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Conjoined

Adelaide Fringe 2013

Conjoined

No Comments 11 March 2013

The world of Conjoined is one in which jokes about newspapers going online are written on typewriters. It builds a jazz age aesthetic before throwing period continuity to the wind. At its best, it is exactly the type of show you would expect to see at Gluttony: creative, boisterous, and bizarre. Its overriding sense of […]

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Insomnia Cat

Adelaide Fringe 2013

Insomnia Cat Came to Stay

No Comments 26 February 2013

Fifty minutes is all it takes for Insomnia Cat Came to Stay to draw you into a world where time cannot be measured: the world of the sleepless. However, despite the constant agony of the condition, you find yourself entertained, enthralled, and even grateful to be exposed to the mind of an insomniac in such […]

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Sage

Adelaide Fringe 2013

Sage

No Comments 22 February 2013

The set is the first thing about Chloe Eckert’s Sage to strike you. Family portraits and pages torn from novels form a web of words, spun from the crucial cliff top. The story that ensues upon the entrance of the play’s tortured protagonist, and the words used to tell it, are just as powerful and […]

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