We currently have several new works in development for our 2015 season.
And these works will be produced in some surprisingly different venues.
And Now to Bed
Innovative in its form,
transgressive in its subject matter
and surprising in its venue,
And Now to Bed promises to be one of the most thrilling theatrical events of 2015.
And Now to Bed is the third and final installment
of subtlenuance's critically acclaimed Table Talk Trilogy.
The first two installments,
The Political Hearts of Children and High Windows Low Doorways,
featured some of Sydney’s most exciting emerging and established artists
and received a remarkable response:
“Stark white walls. Seven scripts. Seven actors. Who needs 'big' theatre, when 'little' theatre can be so blindingly brilliant?”
Australian Stage Online
“This is a rare find for theatre-hunters, the opening night audience laughing, crying and so privileged to find insight into not one but seven beautiful minds. I’m going back again.”
“4 Stars…..shines a sympathetic light upon the lamp that is the human heart
Daily Review Crikey
“The Political Hearts of Children was one of my favourite productions from big or little theatre in 2013. As High Windows Low Doorways used the same immensely successful collaborative approach, I was eager to see this. I was not disappointed: it was brilliant.”
South Sydney Herald
“layered and complex.…..beautifully curated and well performed.”
Theatre from the Backseat
“With an overarching insistence on the highest quality, subtlenuance give the monologue format a fresh boost”
“A great production”
The Buzz from Sydney
"an intriguing little gem"
"a beautiful journey I thoroughly enjoyed.....a wonderful production"
“delightful and charming....Well done subtlenuance!”
Sydney Arts Guide
Kelly Robinson in The Political Hearts of Children
Photo by Zorica Purlija
The Table Talk Trilogy
is a thrilling reinvention and rejuvenation
of the multi-playwright form.
And Now to Bed promises to be a fascinating conclusion to the trilogy.
And Now to Bed
March 9 - 22
in a secret intimate venue
Shut Up and Drive
Sexuality, Liberty and the Automobile