This week we’ve got a cross section of artistic mediums and as one festival of art and culture winds up, the Mardi Gras festival appears on the horizon.
Showcasing a season in the life of a group of young women playing soccer, we get an insight into their anxieties, hear their secrets, watch them resolve their petty squabbles and deeper divisions. Life isn’t a game – but each player realises she’s part of a team, and never truly alone. After its success at the Old Fitz Theatre, Belvoir is bringing back The Wolves.
Until March 3
Belvoir St Theatre
115 Regent St, Chippendale , 6pm
Soft Remarks - Kristelle De Frietas
Combining the mundane and the unusual, Soft Remarks by Kristelle De Frietas is a show that exhibits art created in conjunction with a machine named Ernest.
115 Regent St, Chippendale
A black comedy about love, desperation, and visibility, The Moors is a product of the mind of American playwright Jen Silverman. After the the arrival of a governess, a house in thrown into flux, with a scullery maid seeking revenge. Told from the perspective of a moorhen, this play is an offkilter look at social mores.
February 7 to March 1
Conr City Rd and Cleveland St
The Rise and Fall of Little Voice
Mari (Caroline O’Connor) is an older woman looking for a partner, but is unlucky despite her own efforts. Her latest suitor, Ray Say, finds daughter Little Voice’s (Geraldine Hakewill) undiscovered skill and will exploit it to no ends. Updated for a modern stage, this production takes an old fable and brings it to life with music and song.
February 1 to 24
Darlinghurst Theatre Company
39 Burton Street, Darlinghurst