The Impact of Young Voices on Generational Change

The Impact of Young Voices on Generational Change by Jack Walton Our society faces a sea of social issues constantly bombarding our everyday lives. These are complex issues that don’t have easy solutions. If we want our society to flourish for generations to come, space needs to be made to…

Announcing 2023 at ATYP

Welcome to November. It’s the month we start to see the end in sight for the slightly ridiculous year that 2022 has been and look forward to the new opportunities that 2023 will bring.  In 2023 ATYP is celebrating a birthday. Australia’s oldest theatre company will be 60 years young! …

Past the Shallows – In-Conversation 26 October 8:00PM

On Wednesday, October 26, the 6:30 pm performance of Past the Shallows will be followed by an 8 pm In-Conversation: A Wave of Change, with inaugural NSW Advocate for Children and Young People and ATYP Board member, Andrew Johnson, speaking with Moo Baulch AOM, Chair of Our Watch, Kate Munro,…

The Other End of the Afternoon Review

16.09.22 The Other End of the Afternoon centres around the lives of four teenagers as they grapple with the claustrophobia of living in a world so small. Brendan McBride, Sam Wallace, and Sam Martin in The Other End of the Afternoon, 2022. Photo by Troy Kent © The show begins…

A Raisin in the Sun Review

13.09.22 Tonight I went along to my first ever show at STC’s Wharf Theatre and was lucky enough to see Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun. Jacob Warner, Zahra Newman and Bert LaBonté in A Raisin in the Sun, 2022. Photo by Joseph Mayers © The story follows an…

Chain Play Review

21.09.22 What happens when you get 12 playwrights to collaborate on the same script without them knowing what had previously happened? Led by Tiffany Wong, Chain Play is a playful experiment on what the limitations of theatre and writing can, and should, be. Brendon Chhor, Teddy Jameison, and Michelle Masefield…