Yellow Yellow Sometimes Blues

A new Australian play written by Noëlle Janaczewska funded by Create NSW.

 

Performed at The Joan, Penrith over 2 weeks Nov 2018

 

A story of Iris and Leo; two outsiders peeking in at a world of money, power and gossip as they prepare canapés and cocktails for a debaucherous gathering of Sydney’s cultural elite. Tracing the roots of Sydney’s early Modernist thinking

Director: Nick Atkins

Cast: Adam Booth and Kate Worsley

Music composed and performed live by Me-Lee Hay

(Cello with looping)

Sydney Arts Guide Review

Playwave Review

Photos by Teniola Komolafe

Eating Pomegranates

An original production developed by professional writers and performers who hail from the Blue Mountains. A combined experience of theatre and food.

A journey through life - and beyond. Comedy, ballroom dancing, vaudeville and Frida Kahlo, dangerous descents and underworld cabaret, deathbed farewells, pomegranates and the perfect goat's cheese tart!

Director: Margeret Davis

Cast: Beth Champion, Janine Penfold, Rebecca Waters, Alex Smith, Mieke Clare

March 2018

Music composed and performed live by Me-Lee Hay

(Piano and Electric Cello with live looping)

Lost Tales

Spoken Word / Story Telling by Travis De Vries

with live music improvisation @ The Australian Museum

Story Telling by Travis De Vries, a Gamilaroi man re-interpreting Australian Indigenous lore exploring modern application of gods, demons and creatures.

The live performance of the story was accompanied with piano and electronic cello

Painting by Travis De Vries from Lost Tales: Walking with Gods exhibition

The Crucible

by Arthur Miller

Performed and produced by Emu Heights Productions
By arrangement with Hal Leonard Australia Pty Ltd, On Behalf of Dramatists Play Service, Inc New York
Director: Ian Zammit
The Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre, Penrith

Fear, jealousy…witchcraft. How far would you go to belong?

Salem, 1692: a girl lies in a catatonic state, whispers of the devil’s influence begin to spread and shameful truths are lost among pointed fingers. Pride, jealousy, ignorance and terror are allowed to flourish amid the panic, with shattering consequences.

Hamlet


Adaptation by Emu Heights Productions

Performed at The  Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre's, Q Theatre, Penrith 

Hamlet’s tale of revenge is one of the best known plays in the English language. Murder and intrigue are tearing apart Hamlet’s ruling family, and something must be done to restore order... but how is trust and truth to be found by the undergraduate prince, in this morally grey world of Elsinore?

A bold new adaptation, drawing on the traditions of Film Noir and the demise of Weimar culture.