PEOPLE in need of a brightly relaxing follow-up to the rigours of Christmas and New Year celebrations should consider Speakeasy, a light-hearted show by Newcastle writer, musician and singer Maureen O’Brien that brings together the music and crime stories of the 1920s.
Footlice Theatre Company certainly likes giving people food for thought in its Christmas revues.
A preview of Dystopia Double, being staged by Hunter TAFE’s Regional Institute of Performing Arts.
Newcastle playwright Sally Davies has certainly captured the title sentiments in her comedy Festive Spirit, which had the audience constantly laughing at its premiere.
Ken Longworth FIVE short plays written and staged by Newcastle TAFE Diploma of Arts students have been selected for the 2017 Sydney Short+Sweet Festival.
PEGGY Lee was an iconic American female singer and song-writer whose success in the 1940s paved the way for other women to come to the fore in following decades.
It is not surprising that the idea of writing a comedy about a family Christmas get-together came to Newcastle playwright Sally Davies in early December.