Theatre reviews: Priscilla Queen for the Desert, Playhouse, Edinburgh IN A BLACK road, a new homosexual guy is beaten up by neighborhood thugs. It’s a standard scene, in both drama plus in truth; also it’s no coincidence so it features both in regarding the big mainstage programs playing in Edinburgh this week, in the Festival and Playhouse theatres. In Cabaret, it is the rise of Nazi physical violence regarding the streets of 1930s Berlin; as well as in Priscilla Queen associated with Desert, it is a lot of rednecks in a little city when you look at the Australian bush using it down on Adam (also referred to as Felicia), the young Sydney drag queen that has accompanied our hero […]

The Nights matters the expense of Islamophobic tablo > Caitlin Thorburn when you look at the Nights Prolific UK playwright Henry Naylor became an Adelaide Fringe basic in the last few years by having a sequence of taut, prompt works. Inside the play that is latest, The Nights, Naylor returns their gaze to your Middle East along side a razor-sharp go through the Uk press. “It’s one of the primary subjects these days – the fallout from this is massive since 2001,” Naylor states associated with the cascading conflicts in the area, that have prompted a minimum of four of their performs including Angel that is 2017’s boundaries in 2018. The nights marks the fifth installment in Naylor’s loose series […]