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Boys Will Be Boys | Sydney Theatre Company
Written by Daniel Morgan Potts   
Tuesday, 21 April 2015 09:19

Boys Will Be Boys | Sydney Theatre Company

Its an at times grotesque satire of corporate society, full of prurient machismo, greed and moral compromise. It asks what happens to women who compete in a man’s world? Can they get what they want? And at what price?

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Orphans | Red Line Productions
Written by Daniel Morgan Potts   
Friday, 17 April 2015 15:44

Orphans | Red Line Productions

What happens to us without close, supportive affectionate bonds? What part of ourselves is lost? Can it be recovered? These questions are at the heart of Lyle Kessler’s rivetting play Orphans (1983) on now at the Old Fitz.

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Rocky Horror Show | Ambassador Theatre Group and John Frost
Written by Penny Spirou   
Wednesday, 15 April 2015 16:21

Rocky Horror Show | Ambassador Theatre Group and John Frost

Once you see McLachlan as Frank you will be asking, “Tim who?” It isn’t difficult to see why McLachlan was awarded the 2014 Helpmann Award for ‘Best Male Actor in a Musical’

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3:10 to Humour | Rich Hall
Written by Lee Bemrose   
Sunday, 12 April 2015 13:42

3:10 to Humour | Rich Hall

Rich Hall is one of those comedy acts that really doesn't need to be labelled. He's Rich Hall, and that's that. And he's just about the funniest guy you're likely to see on stage so basically just buy a ticket and know that you will laugh your arse off.

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Five Properties of Chainmale | Griffin Independent
Written by Daniel Morgan Potts   
Saturday, 18 April 2015 18:44

Five Properties of Chainmale | Griffin Independent

Five Properties of Chainmale is by no means perfect. But it’s fun nonetheless and the insights are real.

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Haircuts | Greek Festival of Sydney
Written by Penny Spirou   
Thursday, 16 April 2015 19:42

Haircuts | Greek Festival of Sydney

Haircuts is all about people building a life for themselves and their family. The symbolism of the haircut is that, without realising it, you do in fact leave a piece of yourself wherever life takes you.

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Seeing Unseen | Old 505 Theatre Co
Written by Daniel Morgan Potts   
Wednesday, 15 April 2015 13:23

Seeing Unseen | Old 505 Theatre Co

The play revolves around the lives of two characters, a man and woman of indeterminate age and occupation. They live in an undisclosed city in an apartment with a view. They recognize their own environment through a film of amnesia, leaving them with associations, but no memories.

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Gipsy Kings
Written by Gordana Andjelic-Davila   
Sunday, 12 April 2015 12:45

Gipsy Kings

The Gipsy Kings’ performance at the Palais highlighted many favourite songs, such as ‘Djobi Djoba, ‘Un Amor,’ ‘Volare, and of course ‘Bamboleo, probably their most famous song, which the audience sang along to en masse.

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