Tag: Malthouse Theatre

Ich Nibber Dibber – inane meets imagination at Malthouse Theatre

I’ll be honest – after reading Malthouse Theatre’s description of Ich Nibber Dibber, I was still unsure what to expect from the production. But I was intrigued. The press release begins with, “imagine switching on a tape recorder and leaving…

A Pacifist’s Guide to The War on Cancer

There were many words I could use to describe A Pacifist’s Guide to The War on Cancer. But here’s the most important one: GO. See this show. This is not just a top pick for Malthouse Theatre’s 2018 season. If…

Away Malthouse Theatre Melbourne

‘Away’ at Malthouse Theatre

I was still trying to wrap my head around Away as I exited the Malthouse Theatre. The Australian classic doesn’t provide easy answers, but it gives audience members plenty to think about. The play takes place in the summer of…

Chunky Move

Dance Massive: Anti Gravity by Chunky Move

Chunky Move have done it again. With ‘Anti-Gravity’, their contribution for Dance Massive, they have once again pushed the limits of modern contemporary dance. ‘Anti-Gravity’, in its world premiere, features Chunky Move Artistic Director Anouk van Dijk using internationally renowned…

hilda and freud

‘Hilda & Freud’ at the Malthouse

Presented at the Malthouse Theatre by The Australian Centre for Psychoanalysis and the Unconscious on Stage Company, the play, Hilda and Freud: Collected Words, is based on Hilda “HD” Dolittle’s Tribute to Freud — her memoir of analysis — as well as…

The Homosexuals Malthouse Theatre

‘The Homosexuals Or Faggots’ at The Malthouse

Subversive art is a fearful thing, not often attempted and almost never achieved, although every so often it takes to the stage, usually at the Malthouse Theatre. Declan Greene’s The Homosexuals or Faggots manages to weave the audience along a…

Little Emperors Malthouse Theatre Melbourne

Asia TOPA: Malthouse Theatre presents ‘Little Emperors’

When I attended the Malthouse Theatre 2017 season launch late last year, I left with one word to describe the upcoming season: ‘exciting’. Malthouse has chosen a range of unique, interesting work that push past the boundaries of traditional theatre….