Women Review- Metior Mag

Here’s the review I wrote for Black Martini Theatre’s play, Women. The review was published on Metior Magazine


Here’s the review I wrote for Black Martini Theatre’s play, Women. The review was published on Metior Magazine. I was aiming to have it published yesterday morning but I didn’t factor in my averseness to succinct writing…

Women is still showing tonight at 7pm, Studio 411 (Murdoch University, South Street Campus, carpark 4)

Next week I’ll be reviewing ‘Six Characters in Search of an Author’ produced by Top and Tail Theatre and directed by Nick Morant.

Women – Theatre Review

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Review of Women-Thursday showing

I’ve written up my review of Women which was produced by Black Martini Theatre, directed by Jess Serio and written by Chiara Atik. It’s been sent to Metior Magazine and will be published once edited tomorrow.


I’ve written up my review of Women which was produced by Black Martini Theatre, directed by Jess Serio and written by Chiara Atik. It’s been sent to Metior Magazine and will be published once edited tomorrow. I just need to find photos to send to the editor to add the the review. (as a contributor, WordPress didn’t give me the option to upload images.) I would have preferred to have sent in the review in the early morning, but I didn’t finish it last night (stayed up til 3am) and as a result of the brain fog, having to be succinct and having to alternate between exam review, it took me most of the day to write…

Hopefully my next review (Six Characters in Search of an Author) won’t take as long to write and will be up midmorning/early afternoon before the Friday showing.  I’ll be writing up what can be researchable beforehand though… (like the playwright and Theatre company)

Please have a read of the review once it comes out on Saturday! I have also previously written articles for Metior Magazine about Theatre, a Murdoch Student Theatre Guide and  Plays in June 2016.

Feel free to start or continue a discussion on the website or send me suggestions. 😀

 

Q&A with the crew of Women: Metior

Originally posted on METIOR:
The play,  Women graces the stage on June 9th-11th at studio 411. Women is foremost a comedy and secondly a timeless classic mix between HBO’s Girls and Little Women. It follows the journey of four sisters in their quest of overcoming the affectionate moniker, Little Women bestowed upon them by their parents…


Women will be performed on Thursday, Friday and Saturday this week at Murdoch University. Please take a look at this article which features Q&A with the production crew. I’ll be writing up a review on Thursday’s show and it will hopefully be published on Friday before the next show. Please get your tickets soon if you haven’t already!

METIOR

The play,  Women graces the stage on June 9th-11th at studio 411. Women is foremost a comedy and secondly a timeless classic mix between HBO’s Girls and Little Women. It follows the journey of four sisters in their quest of overcoming the affectionate moniker, Little Women bestowed upon them by their parents and becoming adults.

This play will keep you laughing for days thinking about the wonders of being a lime artist, dancing and the delights of motherhood. The play also explores the impossibility of dating and the struggle of pursuing a career as a woman in the 1800’s.

Please get your tickets soon and find a time that suits you! (Thursday, Friday or Saturday night)

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Director – Jessica Serio
Stage Manager – Rebecca Dilley
Assistant Stage Manager – Sean Wcislo
Costume Design – Anna Weir
Lighting Design – Kiah Van Vlijmen
Sound Design – Tijana Simich
Set Design…

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Announcement 8: June 2016

In this announcement I’ll be going over my plans for the month in regards to writing and publishing on the website.


Well, semester 1 for University this year is officially over! I technically still have two exams next week, though this does mean I have time to write while I review for exams. Finally!

In this announcement I’ll be going over my plans for the month in regards to writing and publishing on the website. I’d also like to mention here for people living in Perth that I’ll be reviewing plays at Murdoch University if you are interested in seeing the plays and/or reading my reviews on METIOR magazine.

METIOR Magazine website

This month I am planing on focusing my writing around a theme or topic rather than by form or genre. I mentioned the introduction of having a monthly theme/topic on my previous post if you’d like to see what exactly I’m talking about… I’ll be choosing a monthly theme/topic this week to arrange my writing around for the rest of June.

Monthly Theme/Topic June 3rd

Please give me your suggestions in the comment section and I’ll do a random draw to pick since I get a bit anxious when there’s too many options to choose from…

Since the last announcement which was in April… I have been studying at Murdoch University. I have also begun regularly contributing articles on METIOR Magazine about Theatre and Culture.

Monthly Theme & Topic

I’m starting a monthly theme/topic. I’d appreciate any suggestions for June’s theme or topic.


So currently I’m writing Theatre articles and reviews for METIOR magazine. I’ll be also continuing with my short fiction writing projects which have been on hiatus. While the short fiction will be mainly for writing competitions, I’ll also sometimes have fiction posted on this website.

I’m going to start having a monthly theme or topic to prompt my writing. There will be articles, short fiction, short pieces, short scripts, discussions and/or other stuff…

I’d appreciate any suggestions for June’s theme or topic. Otherwise I’ll be doing a random draw from my prompt box. (Random and/or a current issue)

There will be a monthly update posted on Sunday or Monday. Then I’ll be doing entries around the chosen theme/topic during June (daily and weekly).

Semester 1 of University has just finished, I just have an essay due on Monday night and a couple of exams (16/17 June). Which means I’ll have more time for writing, social events and community building.