Monthly Archives: February 2015

Cut Snake by Dan Giovannoni, Amelia Evans and Paige Rattray

Cut Snake is a devised piece by three actors, a couple of writers and a very talented director. It is pretty much aimed at the very young theatregoer and the teenage-student audience on opening night certainly lapped it up.


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What Rhymes with Cars and Girls by Aidan Fennessy and Tim Rogers

What Rhymes with Cars and Girls is a wonderful collaboration between two very talented Australian artists and proves to be an extremely entertaining evening of song and story. This production will charm the pants off you!


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The Ritual Slaughter of Gorge Mastromas

It is true that we can get ourselves into a bind by deceiving ourselves and others at one time or another. We are able to carefully build walls of lies and sometimes treachery and become imprisoned in our own little world of fraud usually for the pursuit of power or status. Do those who weave threads of deceit get their comeuppance? Red Stitch Theatre’s first punchy production for 2015 grapples with these ideas; humankind’s ability to forgo decency and morality and head straight for the mark of wealth and power at all costs.


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