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The 50 year anniversary of West Side Story is celebrated in the most magnificent style.
Saturday, 28 January 2012 | Read more
Reviews/Sydney Festival 2012
With a cunning script, slick stagecraft from the technical crew, a killer soundtrack and three jaw-dropping performances, this production does everything right.
Wednesday, 25 January 2012 | Read more
Reviews/Sydney Festival 2012
From the moment he is carried onto stage, lolling in the arms of a masked gimp, you can see where the sense of humour for the night is going to be pitched. From the moment he lets loose his pipes on Do Re Mi’s Man Overboard, you know what a...
Friday, 20 January 2012 | Read more
Reviews/Sydney Festival 2012
Bryony Lavery’s script relies heavily on the narrative conventions used in any tale of a young battler trying to achieve sporting success.
Thursday, 19 January 2012 | Read more
Reviews/Sydney Festival 2012
This is an excellent, robust production of a powerful play, and an experience not to be missed for those seeking a riveting night of theatrical excellence.
Wednesday, 18 January 2012 | Read more
Reviews/Sydney Festival 2012
A projector displays today’s date, 17 January 2012, and the seven cast members take us on a journey (as the show title implies) through The History of Everything. We start from the present time and work back to The Big Bang.
Wednesday, 18 January 2012 | Read more
Reviews/Sydney Festival 2012
It’s Radio Muezzin, a show that brings genuine Cairo prayer-callers to the world, to tell their stories live on stage. It is just as intriguing and quaint as it sounds.
Tuesday, 17 January 2012 | Read more
Reviews/Sydney Festival 2012
Comprising of a live band, a triumvirate of puppeteers, sexy dancers, acrobats and the occasional clown – this is not your usual contemporary circus experience.
Sunday, 15 January 2012 | Read more
Reviews/Sydney Festival 2012
As a story teller, Yang has an unaffected style and affable wit. He drifts freely from subject to subject, interweaving anecdotes from the arts world with travel tales, little known moments in Chinese Australian history and family...
Saturday, 14 January 2012 | Read more
Reviews/Sydney Festival 2012
Sam Strong’s production is outstanding – raw, visceral, and terrifying. But it is a horrible play. It’s hard to be a woman and watch this play.
Thursday, 12 January 2012 | Read more


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