Tag: Griffin Theatre

Review of Prima Facie #MeToo

Bare stage, one woman, 90 minutes. If that doesn’t sound like the recipe for a gripping night of theatre, you haven’t seen Prima Facie, winner of the 2018 Griffin Award. Writer, director and actor are a fear-inspiring female force times…

The Misanthrope – Fun, Laughter and Fabulous Queerism

Griffin Theatre Company and Bell Shakespeare’s latest co-production, The Misanthrope, transposes Molière’s satire of ill-manners, hypocrisy, and prudishness, into contemporary Australian queer culture. It is a fun, funny frolick, in the vain of a mardigras float, and almost as shallow….

The Literati Review

The Literati is why I love Sydney. Where else can you pop into a little hole-in-the-wall theatre on a random weeknight and see a hilarious, intelligent English translation of a French classic, in sassy verse, executed with ease and style…