Archive for July, 2011

Drake the Amazing and La Dispute | Owl Farm & Darlinghurst Theatre


I do love a love story. I’m always happy to surrender to an evening of investigation into the struggle and elation that love brings. Read more

The Farnsworth Invention | New Theatre


Aaron Sorkin – have you heard of him? Read more

Krakouer! | Country Arts WA, Deckchair Theatre & Seymour Centre


I know nothing about football. Nothing. I am the loneliest person in a pub during trivia nights when the questions are asked about so-and-so… I have no idea. None. Read more

Underbelly Arts Festival 2011 | Cockatoo Island


Underbelly Arts has nothing to do with the TV show. It won’t confront you with guns or nudity – frankly, it’s too cold. It’s an arts festival. An arts festival which dares to ask two key questions: Read more

At Any Cost? | Ensemble Theatre


How could I refuse an invitation to the opening night of a new play by Australia’s most prolific playwright David Williamson? Read more

The Last Five Years | Stories Like These & The Reginald


It’s been a non-stop week of openings in Sydney – the independent seasons have been fanning their tales out, attracting the industry to come along and check out what the independent artists think the punters need to see – and what they’d want to see. Read more

Boats | Terrapin Puppet Theatre & Darlinghurst Theatre


With the arrival of the school holidays comes a parade of children’s theatre, which happens to be one of my favourite all time adventures. Read more

K.I.J.E | Crow Crow Productions & Tamarama Rock Surfers


What a rare and wonderful thing it is. A new play! A new full length play produced! Out there. In the world. On it’s legs! At last, at last K.I.J.E is here! Read more

Emily EyeFinger | Monkey Baa Theatre for Young People & The Seymour Centre


Emily Eyefinger is born with a very special gift. Read more

Backing Brilliance – Facebook and the art of promoting Theatre


I’ve heard it said that in deep space, no one can hear you scream.

In cyberspace everyone can hear you scream… but do they care? Read more

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Augusta Supple

Sydney-based theatre director, producer and writer. This site is about my long, deep, bright-eyed, ever-hopeful, sometimes difficult, always invigorating, rambunctious, rebellious, dynamic and very personal relationship with Australian Arts and Culture... I reflect on shows, talks, essays, writing, artists that inspire me to say something, and you'll find out what I'm working on, who I'm working with and what inspires me.