ARTICLE: 'Do we have the right to perform this?'

Brigid Delaney,, 8 August 2014

"The Back to Back theatre company tackle uncomfortable subject matter in the story of an Indian deity reclaiming the swastika from the Nazis"

INTERVIEW: Bruce Gladwin, Edinburgh International Festival

Gareth K Vile,, 31 July 2014

"In Ganesh Versus the Third Reich, boundary-pushing theatre company Back to Back imagine the Hindu god Ganesh travelling to Nazi Germany. Gareth K Vile discovers a unique and controversial performance in the making."

REVIEW: A God in Pursuit of a Redemption

Ben Brantley, New York Times, 10 January 2013

"It’s not often that you go to the theater these days and find yourself excitedly questioning and rethinking your reactions. Self-examining art, after all, has become such a cozy genre in itself that it rarely startles."

Making Theatre: meaning and method

Bruce Gladwin and the Back to Back Theatre ensemble

Commissioned by as part of its State of Play series of guest essays from leading voices in Australian theatre.

Back to Back Theatre

Company website

REVIEW: Ganesh vs The Third Reich

Cameron Woodhead, The Age, 1 October 2011

"Back to Back's Ganesh vs The Third Reich is courageous, confronting, intelligent and magisterially considered theatre."


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