‘The Mentor’ was nurturing.
The creative interplay of experience and originality is ingrained into Bravo Arts’ new production ‘The Mentor’, both on and offstage.
Alley is a Melbourne-based theatre aficionado with a deep love for storytelling. Beginning her career in the secondary English classroom, Alley recently completed a Master of Arts (Writing and Literature) through Deakin University. She is currently in the process of applying for a PhD program in film literature and visual literacy.
‘Never Said Motel’ was cathartic.
Although she is not speaking to the people who inspired each monologue directly, her emotionally rich performance feels no less authentic. Performing her own written words, Hayes imbues ‘Never Said Motel’ with moving honesty and reflective humour.
‘Prehysterical’ was high-flying.
As part of Melbourne Fringe, Head First Acrobats’ latest show is fit for the young, old, and Neanderthal in all of us. ‘Prehysterical’ will have you reaching new heights as you do flips of joy.
‘TattleTales’ was entrancing.
The brainchild of Sydney-based Ponydog Productions, ‘TattleTales’ is an immersive storytelling experience where each performance is guaranteed to be unique.
The Gateway to the Mornington Peninsula is set to become a lot more magical this July as a new wizard musical apparatus…