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The Sound of Music
Written by Richard Cotter   
Friday, 18 December 2015 15:19

The Sound of Music

So ingrained is the music and lyrics of The Sound of Music, thanks mainly to the film version, that attending this attraction at the Capitol is like being at an elaborate and colossal karaoke.

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New Breed | Sydney Dance Company
Written by Rebecca Whitton   
Wednesday, 09 December 2015 17:06

New Breed | Sydney Dance Company

The four new works that comprise the 2015 season of New Breed – presented by Sydney Dance Company and Carriageworks – each have a distinctive style, ranging from poetic to whimsical and dramatic.

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King Lear | Sydney Theatre Company
Written by Rebecca Whitton   
Tuesday, 01 December 2015 06:08

King Lear | Sydney Theatre Company

Rush presents a fine madness, losing his mind, his bearings and his pants, and Nevin plays a nifty fool, a cocky bantam of a bloke, looking and sounding like a country race meet bookie.

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A Riff on Keef: The Human Myth | Griffin
Written by Richard Cotter   
Saturday, 28 November 2015 16:59

A Riff on Keef: The Human Myth | Griffin

Hopefully, time is on your side to get caught in the crossfire hurricane of A Riff on Keef: The Human Myth, Benito Di Fonzo’s loose swinging jam on the now venerable wild man of rock, Keith Richards.

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Dropped | The Goods Theatre Company
Written by Richard Cotter   
Friday, 11 December 2015 16:22

Dropped | The Goods Theatre Company

For sixty searing minutes we are in the company of these women as they crack wise and fantasise about the life they might have, could have, had, if they hadn't followed this brilliant career-path.

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L'Amant jaloux | Pinchgut Opera
Written by Nicholas Routley   
Saturday, 05 December 2015 09:34

L'Amant jaloux | Pinchgut Opera

Yes, this is Ancien régime stuff. It's frivolous, frothy, and fun. It gives a remarkable insight into a tiny aspect of life in late 18th century France. It's amazingly well performed. And you won't get another opportunity to see it for a long time, so go.

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Ochres | Bangarra Dance Theatre
Written by Rebecca Whitton   
Sunday, 29 November 2015 12:50

Ochres | Bangarra Dance Theatre

This 21st anniversary production of Ochres still retains the magical quality that affected audiences so powerfully all those years ago.

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Grey Gardens | Squabbalogic
Written by Dennis Clements   
Saturday, 21 November 2015 10:29

Grey Gardens | Squabbalogic

Overall this is a unique and fascinating show, and director Jay James Moody shows a skillful knowledge of the material and a deft hand with character.

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