Posts tagged ‘Review’

Review: 2012 Melbourne Festival: Prelude or Overture? Force Majeure’s Never Did Me Any Harm

By Chris Boyd: http://bit.ly/VX2gWH A couple of weeks ago on Facebook, Brian Lucas posed a challenge: I’d love responses to the following statement: “The most interesting/engaging/exciting ‘dance’ being made at the moment is happening within the ‘…

REVIEW: Food

Australian Stage By Jodi McAlisterSunday, 20 May 2012 Food is a delicious piece of theatre. It is adventurous while still being comforting, warm without being cloying. It’s a play about food and is impossible not to talk about in rhetoric that sou…

REVIEW: Food

Kevin Jackson’s Theatre Diary FOOD by Steve Rodgers, directed by Steve Rodgers and Kate Champion of Force Majeure, is just that thing, that elusive but striven for experience, that I explained, in my last theatre blog, was the reason why I so pers…

Review: Australian Stage (Adelaide)

The one-hour show, Never Did Me Any Harm, is about the challenges of parenting in modern Western society, and was prompted by the book The Slap, by Christos Tsiolkas. Neither Tsiolkas nor the director of Force Majeure, Kate Champion, actually are …