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Life Without Me | Illuminate Educate

Sat, 13 Feb 2016

A confluence of errors – certainly not a comedy – made my viewing of Illuminate Educate's production of Life Without Me by Daniel Keene at the Reginald Theatre in the Seymour Centre, truncated, to say the le...

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Arcadia | Sydney Theatre Company

Sat, 13 Feb 2016

Arcadia sees the much anticipated return of the work of Tom Stoppard, grandmaster of the play of ideas, to the Sydney Theatre Company. This time he tackles literary History and Chaos Th...

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Get Around Me | Theatre Elusive/Gillian English

Fri, 12 Feb 2016

Get Around Me is a personal account of her completely unexpected life as an Aussie Rules footballer and how she basically fell into Team Canada at the International Cup held in Me...

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Absolutely | flaming locomotive

Fri, 12 Feb 2016

The first thing you notice about Allan Girod is his broad, beaming smile and his authentic eye connection with the audience. The lights don’t go down, we remain present with the artist as he takes us along the jo...

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Godspell Reimagined | Room8

Thu, 11 Feb 2016

This presentation of the rock opera does not especially evoke the Summer of Love nor tonally invite its audience to tune in, turn on or drop out, and as a result the undisguised Christian thrust of the piece comes across all the more cl...

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The Pride | Darlinghurst Theatre Company

Thu, 11 Feb 2016

The Pride is a striking production that speaks to us all about engaging in an authentic life and not playing at fancy dr...

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A Lady’s Guide to the Art of being a Wingman | NY Entertainment

Wed, 10 Feb 2016

Cleverly incorporating grabs of soundtracks like Marvin Gaye’s Let’s Get it On and Am I Not Pretty Enough, the “ladies” progressed through the highs and mostly lows of partner seeking ad...

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Perch | The Leaps

Wed, 10 Feb 2016

This particular production does not achieve the level of success that the writing – or indeed the festival – deserves. I wish they had entrusted it to someone else to st...

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The Ruby Red Fatales | Paper Haus Theatre Co

Wed, 10 Feb 2016

This was a promising theatre workshop which needed to sharpen up and needed a stronger directorial hand.

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Raiders of the Lost Ark | Queensland Symphony Orchestra

Mon, 8 Feb 2016

I've never considered myself much of a 'fan girl' for anything, but if I were, I think it would be for the Queensland Symphony Or...

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The Secret River | Sydney Theatre Company

Mon, 8 Feb 2016

This magnificent adaptation is a play on a grand scale. An extraordinary creative team collaborated to bring this epic novel to the st...

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Effie the Virgin Bride

Sun, 7 Feb 2016

Effie the Virgin Bride offers a blow-by-blow account of the mad Greek megastar’s wedding day.

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Club Briefs | Briefs Factory

Sun, 7 Feb 2016

You never know what you’re going to get, so just be prepared to take whatever comes, it’s sure to be world class.

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The Poor Kitchen | subtlenuance

Sun, 7 Feb 2016

Early on in Daniela Giorgi's The Poor Kitchen, Elle, is excited about the olive farm in Italy she has inherited. Not because she harbours any romantic “Under the Tuscan Sun” fantasies, but because she intends to sell it and use the dough to break into the Sydney real estate ma...

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The Birdcage: Boylesque edition | Twisted Vaudeville Circus

Sun, 7 Feb 2016

Bare butt cheeks and bedazzled genitalia are on the menu when you go and see The Birdcage: Boylesque edition at Fringe this year....

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The Coin-Operated Girl | Miranda Kane

Sun, 7 Feb 2016

Now retired, Miranda Kane blows open the doors of her boudoir and invites the audience in to reflect with her on how she started as a sex worker, and the fascination of the in...

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The Village Bike | Red Stitch Actors Theatre

Sun, 7 Feb 2016

Provocative, sexy and hilarious, British playwright Penelope Skinner’s play The Village Bike has burst on to the Australian stage in Red Stitch Theatre’s latest pr...

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Five by Night: Ballet at the Quarry | West Australian Ballet

Sat, 6 Feb 2016

Watching toned bodies casting rhythmic shadows on the limestone cliff face and a backdrop of stars framing the performance, all with a glass of wine in hand, Ballet at the Quarry is always a euphoric experience and the opening night of 2016 did not di...

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Peeping Tom have created an engaging work, with a mix of humour, violence, whimsy and menace.
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Admitting to shedding a tear over disco is not something that I ever thought I would do, however at last Thursday's performance of Velvet at the Sydney Opera House, this is exactly what happened.
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Reviews/Melbourne
One hour. One actor. A whole lot of words and ideas. That's mono-drama, baby, and it has to be hard work making it look this easy.
Saturday, 10 October 2015 | Read more
Reviews/Melbourne
In the promo blurb for Limbo is the cheeky line, 'The show so hot, Madonna came twice.' To whoever came up with that line, chapeau.
Saturday, 10 October 2015 | Read more
Reviews/Perth
This reboot of the classic has been years in the making for The Australian Ballet, and even longer in the imagination of David McAllister, whose enduring fascination with Sleeping Beauty was awakened in childhood after witnessing a performance of the ballet in Perth
Friday, 09 October 2015 | Read more
Reviews/Adelaide
A Celebration of Frank Sinatra, starring the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra is an honourable attempt at paying homage to the idol of the “bobby soxers” and founding member of the Rat Pack.
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Reviews/Perth
Black Swan State Theatre Company’s adaptation of a charming modern classic wins hearts of all ages.
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Reviews/Brisbane
Is there any more evocative an opening line than, “Once upon a time”? Harvest Rain’s production of Into the Woods, currently playing a QPAC, starts here and jumps into its fairy tale setting with the appropriate gusto, weaving a tale full of magic, laughter, suspense and music.
Sunday, 04 October 2015 | Read more
Reviews/Melbourne
Dave Callan takes us on a kind of guided tour of the history of dance. His two assistants, it has to be said, a very pretty and are excellent dancers.
Friday, 02 October 2015 | Read more
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Upon arriving at the venue, we found that the Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre was packed with a very colorful and lively crowd who had come to “experience the magic."
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