Fes­ti­val

The Weekend Australian - Review - - Out & About - John McCal­lum

sit­u­a­tions of the dif­fer­ent gen­er­a­tions of moth­ers and daugh­ters. An old wardrobe and a dress­ing ta­ble are used very well to cre­ate the claus­tro­pho­bic spa­ces of Eva’s story. And there are let­ters and ob­jects that strongly evoke the past. There is a highly ex­pres­sive light­ing design by Matt Cox and sound design and com­po­si­tion by Jeremy Sil­ver. Eter­nity Play­house, 39 Bur­ton Street, Sydney. Tonight, 7.30pm. Tick­ets: $38-$54. Bookings: (02) 8356 9987 or on­line. Du­ra­tion: 2hr 20min, in­clud­ing in­ter­val. Un­til Au­gust 20. One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest Sport for Jove The­atre Co and Sey­mour Cen­tre present One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, Any­where The­atre Fes­ti­val Wol­lon­gong’s in­au­gu­ral Any­where The­atre Fes­ti­val con­sists of per­for­mances in un­ortho­dox venues: drama in a light­house, dance in a swim­ming pool, cabaret in a cafe, pup­petry in a hotel, sketch com­edy in a fash­ion store, plus po­etry, mu­sic and work­shops. Any­where The­atre Fes­ti­val cre­ates per­for­mance op­por­tu­ni­ties for lo­cal and emerg­ing artists. Var­i­ous venues around Wol­lon­gong. Tick­ets: $10-$40. Ad­mis­sion to cer­tain events are free. Bookings: (02) 8003 4723 or on­line. Au­gust 17-27.

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