Lakshmi's Latest Articles
Theatre review: How Do I Let You Die?, Arts House
Michele Lee’s autobiographical tale of Hmong parents, death and ghosts raises intriguing questions, which resonate with the migrant experience.
Prophecy comes full circle in Heirs of America
Dr Robert Reid’s sequel to Stephen Sewell’s post 9/11 classic comes at a time when so much of what the…
Performance reviews: Access, Dougie Baldwin and Aza: stories of grief in diaspora, Melbourne Fringe Festival
An hour of anarchic clowning, emotional experimentation and diasporic mourning at Melbourne Fringe 2023.
Performance reviews: The Hotline, Poet No.7 and Zaffé, Melbourne Fringe Festival
An on-demand pregnancy hotline, post-apocalyptic Melbourne and reimagining of a traditional Lebanese wedding at Melbourne Fringe 2023.
Theatre review: Escaped Alone and What If If Only, Southbank Theatre
The MTC’s Caryl Churchill double bill is technically and dramatically sound, but doesn’t fully exploit the radical force of this…
Theatre review: I Said This To the Bird, La Mama Courthouse
Performed entirely in Farsi, Dr Mammad Aidani’s bold provocation to the establishment struggles to affect.
Why student theatre must survive this pandemic
Why do we devalue the next generation of artists? Fergus Black & Lakshmi Ganapathy examine our stance on student productions