Kaleidoscope Arts Magazine March 9, 2022

This week on Kaleidoscope with Emily Sutherland, we feature Eleanor Stankiewicz (pictured, above) Nanna-Stasia, Patrick Livesey Naomi, and Constanze, Mozart’s Beloved.

Eleanor Stankiewicz Nanna-Stasia

From the story of Anastasia, who was the youngest daughter of the last Tsar of Russia, Eleanor has woven a story about her Grandmother who was in Eastern Europe during World War 2, served Russian occupation and then made her home in Australia.

A blend of fact, fiction and belonging.

It’s an award winning show at  Drama Llama at The Rhino Room 131 Pirie Street, Adelaide. Book at Fringetix

Patrick Livesey Naomi

Patrick Livesey

In 2015 Patrick’s mother, Naomi, committed suicide.

Naomi, the show, is drawn from a number of interviews of family and friends, and brings colour, humour and pathos.

The director, Bronwen Coleman helped form the script and there is music by Biddy Connor.

At The Studio, Holden Street Theatre,  1-20 March. Different times, so check at Fringetix or Holden Street Theatres for tickets and times

Constanze, Mozart’s Beloved

A wonderful account of Mozart’s wife, who was a very enterprising and capable woman, who did much to keep Mozart’s music before the public, after he had died.

Written by historian Agnes Selby.

You can order this book at Selby and Friends

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