Born Yesterday | Independent Theatre

Born Yesterday will surely be a contender for the show of the year when the reckoning comes – for several good reasons – starting with the play itself.

Stephen Sondheim’s name has been synonymous with interesting music and entrancing lyrics that move the story along since his name hit the lights in the late fifties.

After Dinner | State Theatre Company South Australia

The restaurant reflects their lives – bleak and ordinary – and the waiter whose attention they are desperate to catch is symbolic of them reaching out in their desperation to find something meaningful in their lives – someone who will share it with them

Make Mama Proud | Country Arts SA

Aurora sparkles, not only because she looks terrific, her costumes are brilliant and colourful with sequins picking up the light, but because of her vivacious and outgoing personality.

Frankenstein | Adelaide Repertory Theatre

The summer weather in Geneva was rotten in 1816 and five house-bound friends, three of whom were Lord Byron, Percy Bysshe Shelley and his 19 year-old wife Mary, told ghost stories to each other until it stopped raining.

Private Peaceful | Promise Adelaide

80 minutes long, one man on stage and a rapt audience. His name is Thomas, Tommo, and he’s about to die. That

The Wizard of Oz

This is Samantha Dodemaide’s first really big role as Dorothy and she fills it well. Her diction is clear, her singing voice good and she acts with conviction as the young, confused girl who travels into the unknown with her dog.

Xenos | Akram Khan Company

Akram’s dance was fiercely energetic exuding passion and energy, his body emitting terror, bewilderment and despair with different styles

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