Furies Theatre Productions

ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD

Furies Theatre - Actor, Producer, Publicist

“A man standing in his saddle in the half-lit half-alive dawn banged on the shutters and called two names...”

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are lost. They have the feeling that this is not the first time they have been lost...

This subversive take on Stoppard's classic inverts the genders of all the characters- bringing into question the role of identity in life and theatre, all the while adding to the confusion of the protagonists.
(Photography by Stephen Godfrey & Graphic Design by Katey Dupavillon)


Directed by Chris McKay
Produced by Emilia Stubbs Grigoriou & Krystiann Dingas
Costume Design: Zjarie Paige-Butterworth

Stage Manager: Noemie Jounot

Cast: Emily Burke, Amy Brooks, Lauren Crew, Krystiann Dingas, Loefric Kingsford-Smith, Amanda Maple-Brown, Logan McArthur, David McLaughlin, Sarah Plummer, Emilia Stubbs Grigoriou 

"It should not be missed."

Jack Teiwes, Australian Stage Online

PERFORMED MAY 2016 at the BLOODMOON THEATRE

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST

Furies Theatre - Actor, Producer, Publicist

‘A trivial play for serious people’ 

Oscar Wilde

Jack is in love with Gwendolen. Gwendolen is in love with Earnest. Algernon, who is up for a bit fun, falls for Cecily, but Cecily is also in love with Earnest…

If only someone was Earnest!

Furies places Wilde’s masterful comedy of manners in the fun, glamorous and edgy 1920’s. 


Directed by Chris McKay
Produced by Emilia Stubbbs Grigoriou & Krystiann Dingas.
Designer: Rachel Scane
Stage Manager: Georgiane Deal
Graphic Designer: Katey Dupavillon
Lighting Design: Matt Osbourne

Cast: Amanda Maple-Brown, Brendon Taylor, Emily Pollard, Emilia Stubbs Grigoriou, James Stubbs Grigoriou, Krystiann Dingas, Peter Bertoni & Peter-William Jameison

"you will have to travel a long way through time to find a better production" 

Lisa Thatcher 

PERFOMED MAY 2015 at the BALMAIN EXCHANGE HOTEL

ANTIGONE: THE BURIAL AT THEBES

Actor, Producer, Publicist

'CHOICE IS AN ILLUSION'

Creon is king. He has taken control of the turbulent underground 'Thebes'. Yet there is not peace. The heavens are angry and their conduit Antigone means to make amends. Man is fragile and the Gods mean to prove that Creon is only human. 
The curse of the house of Oedipus cannot be denied.
'The Burial at Thebes' is a work that retains its elegance by staying loyal to the traditional story of Antigone while reinventing its language to be ultimately performative. Using this masterfully written version, our Antigone rethinks its staging by playing it within a dark nightmarish underground dystopia.

Written by Seamus Heaney 

Directed by Chris McKay
Creative Directors: Krystiann Dingas and Emilia Stubbs Grigoriou
Set and Costume Design: Lucy Watson
Stage Manager: Justine Cuevas

Cast:

Krystiann Dingas: Antigone/ Ismene
Emilia Stubbs Grigoriou: Antigone/ Ismene
Peter Jamieson: Chorus
Brendan Layton: Creon 
James Stubbs Grigoriou: Guard
Michael Booker: Haemon
Peter Bertoni: Tiresias
Joshua O'Sullivan: Messenger
Emma White: Eurydice

"For the first time, I felt the power in these tragedies"

Glenn Saunders, Spell of The Waking Hours

PERFORMED APRIL 2014 at the TAP GALLERY

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