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The Man Who Dreamt The Stars | Merrigong Theatre Company
Written by Jodi McAlister   
Tuesday, 18 February 2014 20:37

The Man Who Dreamt The Stars | Merrigong Theatre Company

I feel like there was the kernel of something brilliant in here, but that the show lost touch with what that was.

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Sweet Charity | Hayes Theatre Co
Written by Penny Spirou   
Friday, 14 February 2014 14:28

Sweet Charity | Hayes Theatre Co

A great little venue which promises to be the permanent home of all things musical and cabaret got off to a cracking start with an incredibly high-energy take of the classic musical.

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Bite Me | ATYP
Written by Jodi McAlister   
Friday, 07 February 2014 23:10

Bite Me | atyp

In the ten monologues that make up this show, food brings people together, tears them apart, and is a key ingredient in the recipe that makes up the delicacy of human interaction.

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Ockham’s Razor | Sydney Festival 2014
Written by Augusta Supple   
Saturday, 25 January 2014 22:48

Ockham’s Razor | Sydney Festival 2014

Suspended on a grid of metal pipe, sits three people. Two women and a man. Somehow caught adrift in mid-air the three stare into the dark of the audience. At any moment they might speak, or sing – to us, to each other.

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Once in Royal David’s City | Belvoir
Written by Rebecca Whitton   
Sunday, 16 February 2014 09:43

Once in Royal David’s City | Belvoir

Once in Royal David’s City is both about the overwhelming effect of the death of one’s parents and an invocation to the audience to go beyond what is fed to them and to be mindful of the economic and politic structures that underpin our culture.

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We're Bastards | Two Peas
Written by Jodi McAlister   
Sunday, 09 February 2014 21:33

We're Bastards | Two Peas

Although I wanted this show to be awesome, it just didn’t work for me. While there were some occasional captivating moments, We’re Bastards fell kind of flat.

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The Shadow King | Malthouse Theatre
Written by Augusta Supple   
Sunday, 26 January 2014 12:04

The Shadow King | Malthouse Theatre

The Shadow King is an incredible testament to a vision which seeks to break open and subvert cultural and theatrical assumptions through scale, through premise, thorough the integrity of community consultation.

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Forklift | KAGE
Written by Augusta Supple   
Tuesday, 21 January 2014 06:53

Forklift | KAGE

Kate Denborough has assembled a series of vignettes centralised around a piece of equipment which flexes and fluxes – which both enthrals and bores.

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