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Perch | The Leaps
Written by Dennis Clements   
Thursday, 11 February 2016 05:39

Perch | The Leaps

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 stage.

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The Poor Kitchen | subtlenuance
Written by Richard Cotter   
Sunday, 07 February 2016 16:39

The Poor Kitchen | subtlenuance

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 market.

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The Whale | Red Line Productions
Written by Richard Cotter   
Friday, 05 February 2016 16:28

The Whale | Red Line Productions

The normally lean fare presented at the Old Fitzroy has gone the way of the world with its Super Size production of The Whale by Samuel D. Hunter, a tale of morbid obesity and Mormonism.

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The Good Doctor | Ensemble Theatre
Written by Emily Shaddick   
Friday, 22 January 2016 08:59

The Good Doctor | Ensemble Theatre

The Good Doctor is charismatic and delightful storytelling so thoroughly enjoyable you’ll want to see it twice.

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The Secret River | Sydney Theatre Company
Written by Rebecca Whitton   
Monday, 08 February 2016 15:56

The Secret River | Sydney Theatre Company

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

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All Good Things | Australian Theatre for Young People
Written by Emily Shaddick   
Saturday, 06 February 2016 12:23

All Good Things | Australian Theatre for Young People

Ten young actors take to the stage with monologues that cover the dark, dismal and sometimes hilarious corners of adolescent doubts, despairs and dreams.

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This Is How We Die | Christopher Brett Bailey
Written by Ashley Walker   
Friday, 22 January 2016 14:10

This Is How We Die | Christopher Brett Bailey

Christopher Brett Bailey sits at his desk reading from papers, like a newsreader. He resembles a young David Lynch with the top button of his shirt done up and his hair severely combed over.

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Tomorrow’s Parties | Forced Entertainment
Written by Ashley Walker   
Thursday, 21 January 2016 11:39

Tomorrow’s Parties | Forced Entertainment

A man and woman, unnamed, stand in a small square crate on an otherwise empty stage, riffing on possible scenarios for a future earth. It is an experience, rather like reading each blurb in the science fiction section of a book shop.

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