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A chaotically funny exploration of capitalist and theatrical value systems

— END OF YEAR REVIEW | Audrey Journal

Puntila/Matti Mini-Review

A chaotically funny exploration of capitalist and theatrical value systems, this mash-up of Bertholt Brecht’s Mr Puntila and lots of other stuff was, hands down, the most unpredictable, scary-fun show of the year. Tobias Manderson-Galvin, Grace Lauer and Antoinette Barbouttis take a bow.

Writing for The Daily Review, Ben Neutze gave it the four-star treatment: “It’s quite unlike anything else seen in Sydney … this play requires you to find joy and humour in its surprises, novelties, and sheer life-force. If you can do that, its rewards are immense.”