Holden Street Theatres Adelaide Fringe 2004

Death and the Maiden

Presented by Studio 2

Studio 2’s strong, youthful production of Death and the Maiden by Ariel Dorfman draws the audience into an intimate relationship with three South Americans to examine how the human spirit can survive sexual and philosophical abuse that the hands of a dictator’s tortures.

Chornobyl Story

Presented by Conscious Theatre

Chornobyl Story is a music play portraying the impact of the world’s worst nuclear accident on the local people. Its focus is the Bandura family, whose ‘babusia’ - or grandmother – recalls the incident and relives memories of a way of life that changed irrevocably that terrible day.


Presented by pluck

Witty, inventive string trio Pluck perform their sell out 2003 Edinburgh Fringe Show, entertaining you with their infectious antics and superb musicianship. ‘totally engaging’ – The Scotsman. They play, sing, dance and mime their way through Bach to Beatles, Join them for totally unpredictable musical arson! ‘sheer genius’ – Charles Harman/

Sam Lester Exhibition

Sam is an Arabunna woman whose cultural heritage includes the Luritja language group of the Western Desert region. Now living in Beltana, Sam is producing stunning paintings depicting her surroundings with her traditional methods. Earthy colours, vibrant greens and blues... see the vast Australian Landscape through her eyes.


Presented by This Rough Magic Theatre and Film

There must be ghosts all the country over as thick at the sand of the sea…’ Banned when it first appeared, Ibsen’s exquisitely crafted play about women, sacrifice, freedom and deliverance remains cuttingly relevant. Ghosts is performed by an accomplished cast in the newly restored Arch, a unique historic chapel.