‘Batshit’ is crazy.
Brisbane Festival and Metro Arts’ ‘Batshit’ is a confrontational non-conventional piece of theatre that is sure to challenge audiences to their very core.
With a love of Shakespeare, the Oscars, musical theatre and women, Oliver loves defying convention. As an autistic individual, he loves exploring representations in media (particularly autism representation). In fact, in 2021 he received Arts Queensland funding to present a cabaret about autism representation. Oliver holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Drama).
‘Guttered’ was striking.
Like many disabled people, ‘Guttered’ didn’t fit into the mould created by non-disabled people so neither should a review of it. Brisbane Festival and Restless Dance Theatre’s ‘Guttered’ used movement and dance to give audiences the “chance” to experience and understand disability.
‘Tiddas’ was Jacaranda.
La Boite Theatre, QPAC and Brisbane Festival’s latest production of ‘Tiddas’, in some ways, is a theatrical embodiment of a Welcome to Country.
The smash-hit musical, ‘Cruel Intentions’ will see the Fortitude Valley Musical Hall transported back to celebrate 90s nostalgia. Based on the popular…
‘Black Cockatoo’ was fascinating. Sport and theatre. Two almost diametrically opposing forces that ne’er the twain shall meet. It’s a simplistic statement…
‘MAZE’ was unique. The thing about mazes is that they are notoriously difficult to navigate your way through. They look awesome but…