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Hitlerhoff’s final week – ONE TICKET LEFT, for tonight’s show only!

Posted in sold-out season with tags , , on 7 October, 2008 by hitlerhoff

Hi all,

well – there are now officially 64 tickets sold, and 1 ticket left for tonight’s performance of Hitlerhoff. Saturday 11 October is sold-out. If you’ve left it too late – what a shame! However, following Hitlerhoff‘s overwhelming popularity, we will be re-mounting the show – and planning interstate / overseas seasons.

You should be able to catch us at the 2009 Adelaide Fringe Festival … then the 2009 Edinburgh Festival … and hopefully in Berlin, Warsaw, Lvov … New York, San Franisco, Los Angeles … watch out!

td

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Hitlerhoff’s Saturday shows nearly sold out – don’t miss out!

Posted in sold-out season with tags , , on 2 October, 2008 by hitlerhoff

Hi all,

if you are planning to come along to the closing night shenanigans of Hitlerhoff, BOOK YOUR TICKTETS NOW, because we are almost sold out.

The same goes for this Saturday night – tickets are selling very fast, don’t be left standing in the hallway!

Confusing, but possibly very flattering review of Hitlerhoff:

Posted in ethics of representing Hitler, media, publicity, reviews, shock and awe, sold-out season with tags , , , , , on 2 October, 2008 by hitlerhoff

(from Born Dancin – Around the Fringe in 80 Shows)

HITLERHOFF

There are few things in this universe more

POWERFUL STARE OF IAN MCKELLEN



And that’s my review. I would like to discuss this show with others. It’s very good that way.

Glowing Hitlerhoff review in the Age, Tuesday 30 Septemer, 2008

Posted in media, publicity, reviews, shock and awe, sold-out season with tags , , , , , on 30 September, 2008 by hitlerhoff

” … But [Halfway Across the River] isn’t as strange as Hitlerhoff, a whirlwind tour of fake tan and moustaches, in which audiences are invited to consider the controversial parallels between Adolf Hitler and David Hasselhoff. Together at last!

Tobias Manderson-Galvin is unstoppable in the title role, revelling in every Freudian reference or chance to goose-step through shallow waters. His supporting cast, Simone Page Jones and Ezra Bix, is no less formidable. This is an incredible undertaking, with director Erin Kelly successfully containing the many elements.

For all its postmodern irony this is, simply, a show whose speedos are bulging with gags.

Writer Tom Doig has produced a clever, funny and outrageous play. Have no doubt; this is where the cool kids will be this Fringe Festival.”

– Margaret Paul, reviewer (article on p16)