Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? | State Theatre Company South Australia

Image by Yaya Stempler

Edward Albee’s searing critique of 1960s American polite society is a classic but that doesn’t exclude it from examination as time, opinion, and attitudes change. In this production the text gets held up to the light, prodded a bit; does this thing still hold up? Does it still ring true?

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Animal Farm | State Theatre Company South Australia & Riverside Theatres

Image by James Hartley

Global events over the last three years have dragged Animal Farm, the anti-Stalinist novel by George Orwell, back into the spotlight. This adaptation for the stage by Geordie Brookman animates the slow but steady journey from revolution to dictatorship in an English farmyard with a single actor representing all characters.

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