• Laura Pietrobon

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Adelaide Fringe 2013

You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown

No Comments 19 March 2013

You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown is a day in the life of Charlie Brown, his sister Sally, friends Schroeder, Lucy and Linus and his adorable beagle Snoopy. Rather than using a traditional narrative, the musical is made up of a series of vignettes and corresponding musical numbers, channeling the unique sense of humour that […]

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Adelaide Fringe 2013

Sound & Fury’s ‘Hamlet and Juliet’

No Comments 23 February 2013

Have you ever wondered what would happen if you took two of Shakespeare’s tragedies – Romeo and Juliet and Hamlet – and smashed them together? The three gentlemen from Sound & Fury have combined the tales of the star-crossed lovers and the procrastinating prince into a true ‘Fakespearean’ (their word, not mine) masterpiece. The action […]

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Adelaide Fringe 2012

What is this thing called love?

No Comments 17 March 2012

Presented by SINGular Productions @ Butterfly House FRIDAY 16th March (until March 17) What is this thing called love? is more that just a musical tribute to the legendary composer Cole Porter. This musical portrait weaves narration of Cole’s life, and his relationship with wife Linda Lee Porter, between quotes from letters from their friends […]

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Adelaide Fringe 2012

Who, Me

No Comments 11 March 2012

Presented by Vicious Fish Theatre @ Jahz, 4 Cinema Pl (Off Rundle St) THURSDAY 8 March (until March 17) With a sell-out season at the Melbourne Fringe already under his belt, I was sure that Rob Lloyd’s one man show about his obsession with Doctor Who would be good – I just wasn’t sure what […]

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Adelaide Fringe 2012

Status Update: A Guide to Early 21st Century Life

No Comments 01 March 2012

Presented by potbelly productions @ The Grand Academyof Lagado WEDNESDAY 29 Feb 2012 (until March 11) Status Update is the story of Kylie Howard (Sarah Cullinan), and her struggle to understand her life in this present day and age. While Kylie’s boyfriend Ernie is passionate about the environment, and is even going overseas to attend […]

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Adelaide Fringe 2012

Dirk Darrow: Not Completely Serious Supernatural Investigator

No Comments 28 February 2012

Presented by Tim Motley @ LoFi, Gluttony TUESDAY 28 Feb 2012 (until March 4) The moment the lights go down in Gluttony’s LoFi tent, it is no longer 2012. In fact, it is 1947, and you are on the case with Dirk Darrow: Not Completely Serious Supernatural Investigator…or are you? Maybe you’re the one that […]

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Adelaide Fringe 2012

Imperial Fizz

No Comments 25 February 2012

Presented by Guy Masterson’s Centre for International Theatre in association with Theatre Tours International and Absurdum International @ Higher Ground, Main Theatre FRIDAY 24th February (until Mar 18) Imperial Fizz (penned by American playwright Brian Parks) is described as part Noel Coward, part Oscar Wilde, with a helping of Samuel Beckett to finish off. In […]

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