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The Tempest 2017





'There are so many reasons to love this production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream – from the peaceful, family-friendly setting to the fantastic direction and polished performances... A great mix of these elements and some genius staging choices means this production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream has its audiences in theatre heaven'. 5 Stars.


'Shakespeare under the trees along a beautiful river. There isn't much better than that. That’s why I want you to run, not walk, to Sly Rat Theatre Co.’s free production of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’before it’s over'.

The Plus Ones

'Cancel your plans, pack a picnic and get yourself to Pipemaker’s Park. This is a show that you won’t want to miss!'

Theatre Press

'[A] compelling piece of theatre ... '

The Blurb

"This unique new Australian play is not to be missed, and it is a thoroughly enjoyable and thrilling night at the theatre."

Theatre People

"Powerful performances, profound characters, urban cacophony, actors mere metre away - I was emotionally invested. Not only privy to this tête-à-tête, but part of it."

Weekend Notes

"Foreign Bodies is funny, confronting and altogether engrossing for the audience. This production promises to challenge your boundaries and bounce off your curiosity – it truly does."

Theatre Press

"Titillating, funny, confronting and raw, Foreign Bodies offers an immediate, thought provoking, and moving experience for those disenchanted with a virtual, commercial world infiltrated with the ephemeral. A must see for any theatre goer."

What's My Scene

“This humour is pitched at a level that had everyone in the audience laughing along: men and women, young and old.’

Theatre People

“Director Alan Chambers has succeeded in delivering an utterly entertaining production that will leave you laughing throughout the entire thing and chattering for hours afterwards about it to a friend.”

Pop Culture-Y

“From the get-go, the production is a winner. The best I’ve seen in a long time. Not only is the stage play laugh out loud funny and highly relevant, but beautifully executed by McCall’s talented troupe of actors.”

Desktop Mag

 “Intelligent, unsettling and hauntingly beautiful … Brought many audience members to genuine tears.”

 Arts News Portal

“ … moments that evoked genuine feelings of unease and panic in the audience … A suspenseful, fascinating theatre experience.”

Melbourne Observer