If there were ever a place to do the ‘timewarp’, it would have to be Dracula’s current show, Retro Vampt.
Grab your rubber ducky, stuff your pants and get hyped up on sugar to see (probably) more than you probably bargained for!
Infectious, high-energy and unique fusion of traditional Yolngu and contemporary pop culture, dance and storytelling.
As Le Gateau Chocolat adds and removes costume layers in front of the audience he dons a mask in order to reveal his true self.
The manic oscillation between boisterous characters and uncouth narrator reflects the very unpredictable nature that is depression. It works, and it works well.
The LEFT ensemble is bursting with energy and passion and the show is jammed packed with amazing routines, yet an edit of the weaker moments could see this show seriously fly.
The production seamlessly leaps through locales with each scene, and the bare bones set leaves the audience with no distractions from the cliché-free romance unfolding before them.
The whole ensemble are fit and talented, but what really makes this show one of the highlights of the Fringe is their charisma and chemistry – A Simple Space is a strangely life-affirming experience.
Blood At The Root not only explores the impact of prejudice, but the expectations and burdens of racial and sexual identity themselves.
As someone for whom dancing comes as naturally as doing mental arithmetic while rubbing my tummy and patting my head, I can report that the class was truly suitable for beginners.
The set design was perfect and the use of space skillfully executed, the performers placed themselves amongst the audience for certain scenes which worked well in that space.
When in doubt be bold, be fearless, be Beyoncé.
These guys can sing! It is absolutely refreshing to see young musicians being able to truly show off their capabilities and vocal strengths without relying purely on electronic amplification. Bravo, encore!
As grand a statement as this is I completely stand by it; this show will change your world.
The show delves into how we live online versus how we live in real life, the importance of updating your relationship status and the art of Facebook stalking, among other things.