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Sondheim on Sondheim | Squabbalogic
Written by Rebecca Whitton   
Thursday, 09 October 2014 07:54

Sondheim on Sondheim | Squabbalogic

Conceived by one of Stephen Sondheim’s long time collaborators, James Lapine, Sondheim on Sondheim is a tribute to the career of Broadway’s finest lyricist/composer of the last 50 years.

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The Glass Menagerie | Belvoir
Written by Rebecca Whitton   
Saturday, 27 September 2014 19:53

The Glass Menagerie | Belvoir

It would be fair to say that Sydney audiences have become a little nervous about what to expect from Belvoir over recent times, but the company has unequivocally redeemed itself with this stunning, magical, pitch perfect production of Tennessee William’s autobiographical play, The Glass Menagerie.

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Kryptonite | Sydney Theatre Company
Written by Jodi McAlister   
Wednesday, 17 September 2014 10:23

Kryptonite | Sydney Theatre Company

An ambitious piece which follows the personal and political dimensions of the relationship between a white Australian man and a Chinese woman over twenty five years, it is occasionally problematic, but overall, a riveting, affecting, fascinating play. I could not look away.

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Danny and the Deep Blue Sea | Little Spoon Theatre Co.
Written by Penny Spirou   
Saturday, 23 August 2014 19:43

Danny and the Deep Blue Sea | Little Spoon Theatre Co.

Overall, Danny and the Deep Blue Sea is a hard-hitting, intense piece of theatre. It would be difficult not to connect with the characters and their circumstances even though they may appear to be, on the surface, completely removed from our own.

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Children of the Sun | Sydney Theatre Company
Written by Augusta Supple   
Monday, 06 October 2014 16:00

Children of the Sun | Sydney Theatre Company

Breathing warm Australian breath into the literary pages of Gorky is no easy task.

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Henry V | Bell Shakespeare
Written by Marika Bryant   
Saturday, 20 September 2014 17:45

Henry V | Bell Shakespeare

That William Shakespeare sure knew a thing or three about the human condition: king and country, treachery, war, futility, love, tragedy – it’s all there in full view.

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The King and I | Opera Australia/John Frost
Written by Jack Teiwes   
Friday, 12 September 2014 19:35

The King and I | Opera Australia/John Frost

Quibbles over certain aspects aside, this is a very fine show predicated on a superb double-act, ably supported by a large cast and a lavish production design.

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2014 Bangalow Music Festival
Written by Nicholas Routley   
Tuesday, 19 August 2014 09:14

2014 Bangalow Music Festival

Founded in 2001 by the Southern Cross Soloists, the festival attracts musicians from Australia and overseas, and delights the large appetite for classical music among residents in this region, as well as visitors from all over Australia.

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