“There’s a cord from me to you Made of living through slaughter And your brother’s broken mouth Sings the blood songs of sharks.“ The Darwin Theatre Company production of Slow Falling Bird by Christine Evans premiers this week. In the lead up to opening night, GRINDonline had a chat with local actor Ciella Williams. What [...]
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GRINDonline had the chance to catch up with local theatre guru Kyle Walmsley in the lead up to the production of Low by Daniel Keene. GRIND: Introduce yourself! Kyle: I’m Kyle Walmsley. A six foot four D cup with legs to Sunday. I’m also a local actor, comedian and producer. Sometimes I’m Captain Starlight. G: [...]
Darwin Community Arts CemeNTworx Community Theatre is offering FREE Drama Workshops for young people with disability 16yrs- 25yrs. When: Starting Tuesday 16 April, 2013 Where: Chambers Crescent Theatre, Malak Shopping Centre, Malak Time: 4:30pm – 6:30pm Please contact 8945 7347 or email@example.com for further information.
Brought to us by Encounter(s) and presented by Theatre Works, ‘Make the Call’ is a one-on-one theatre experience happening throughout Launch. It’s free and available at the Darwin Entertainment Centre from the 10th – 13th April. All you have to do is come to the sign-up desk at Launch and book in a spot. There [...]
Are you a young actor? Do you love theatre, and have ideas you want to share? CemeNTmix Youth Theatre might be what you’ve been looking for all along. Darwin Community Arts are looking for ACTORS aged 16 to 21 years old to join their youth theatre to create a Theatre in Education performance that aims [...]
Leading up to the second season of BRAVE, Abbey had the chance to interview the very charismatic Sarah Bramham. Sarah was a dancer in the first season of BRAVE last year, and returns in the same role this year. Briefly tell us what BRAVE is, and what audience members can expect. BRAVE is an [...]
Charlotte gets to goss from Simone Page Jones about The Lovebirds and her magical career in theatre
Hey all you theatre freaks and geeks. Here is an awesome opportunity for you to do some extrodinarily cool theatre!
Alexa reviews ‘Dry In The Wet’, a play about homelessness in the NT.
I have wanted to see Wicked: The Untold Story of the Witches of Oz since I’d heard about it in 2009…