Arts critic & Green Room judge
You know the story: Helen of Troy. The face that launched a thousand ships.
You know the story: Clytemnestra of Sparta. Killed her husband in the bath after the war.Now the two sisters are meeting up at the end of everything, to chat, to dance and reminisce on their extraordinary lives and the childhood history never allowed them to have.
by The Liminal Space – After Anon
Though I have the gift of knowledge, understand all seeming mysteries… Yet I have no love… For our knowledge is imperfect and our prophesying is imperfect…
In association with The National Theatre, Melbourne
‘Your love has made me a cruel murderess’
Beatrice-Joanna has fallen in love with Alsemero and yearns to be free of her loveless engagement to Alonzo.
in association with The National Theatre Melbourne
Women are sometime masters of their fates/ The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars / but in ourselves that we are underlings.
Produced with HYSTERIA at MEAT MARKET
“He’s a good bloke. You’re gonna need a good bloke at a place like this.”
Theatre in development
LIFE’S A DREAM
What happens to us when we dream? Where do we go? What is the difference between dreaming and living? Where do we go when we die? Why are so many of our dreams about control? Do we ever have control? Are hallucinations dreams? Why do we lock people away for dreaming? What happens when someone born outside the social constructs we have built enters the world? Why do we collectively shame female anger? I can’t see the wind so how can I trust it? It all disappears in the end.
Calderon’s myth investigated the outsider, the psychology of abandonment and the archetypes of parent and child – we take these themes and reinvestigate this golden age play through a modern lens of psychiatry and mental illness.