The­atre

The Weekend Australian - Review - - Out & About -

Cloud Nine Kip Wil­liams’s su­perb pro­duc­tion of Cloud Nine, on a highly ef­fec­tive set by El­iz­a­beth Gadsby, is a tri­umph. Caryl Churchill’s play was per­haps more im­me­di­ately shock­ing in 1979 but it still out­rages and dis­turbs us that the char­ac­ters’ sense of who they are, and who they would like to be and be with, is so op­pressed by em­pire, class and race. Add to that the fact it is very funny, and what it has to say about iden­tity con­fu­sion and lib­er­a­tion is very pow­er­ful. In

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