Loene Carmen – Women of Letters

Emma Salkild's interview with Loene Carmen for Women of Letters event

What would you say to your most treasured possession? This is the task set for a group of talented women including Lally Katz, Holly Throsby, Libbi Gorr, Mandy Sayer, and Loene Carmen who are involved in Sydney’s second showing of Women of Letters. The afternoon is co-curated by Marieke Hardy and Michaela McGuire, and includes: … Continue reading

Eric William Avery – Foreseen


Eric William Avery, a dancer from Newtown, is performing in Riverside Theatre’s Foreseen, a double bill choreographed by Narelle Benjamin and Frances Rings. “I’ve been given a real insight into contemporary dance,” Eric tells me. “Nell’s work involves yoga and other types of dance whereas Frances’ has elements of indigenous dance.” Eric, a descendant of … Continue reading

Just Go With It

Successful plastic surgeon Danny (Adam Sandler) pretends to be married to score with chicks, until he falls for a blonde-bombshell. Are you groaning yet? Danny’s assistant Kathy (Jennifer Aniston) then acts as his wife who’s divorcing him. Jen and Adam have great on screen chemistry and are totally lovable. Keep an eye out for Kathy’s … Continue reading

Orange Flower Water

Two families are broken apart when the wife from one and the husband of the other begin a passionate affair. Orange Flower Water is reminiscent of Harold Pinter’s Betrayal or Andrew Bovell’s Speaking in Tongues. It’s a story that has been done before and will be done again. Infidelity; marriage breakdowns; parents who resent their … Continue reading