Firefly will make you fall in love with theatre again, will inspire you to return to it, and will keep you hoping it will always be like that, says Megan Choritz
Contested Bodies eviscerates and challenges its audience with the manifold density of its content and its startling presentation, says Beverley Brommert
Surviving with friends is a nice, gentle reminder that while it may be a good to have someone you can call when you need a shovel at 2am in the morning, says Theresa Smith
Sylvaine Strike's presentation of Kiss of the Spider Woman makes for "rich and rewarding theatre" says Beverley Brommert in her review
Sbonakaliso Ndaba’s athletic choreography in Locked Doors, Behind Doors draws upon her cast’s strength and, without exception, they delivered.
"An evening of delectable, heart-warming escapism" is how Beverley Brommert describes Shirley Valentine, now playing at the Theatre on the Bay
One Arm, based on a short story by Tennessee Williams, generates undeniably potent theatre, says Beverley Brommert in her review