The Game Of Love And Chance
A lavish feast for the eyes, ears and most definitely the funnybone, the deceptively simple yet thoroughly rich The Game of Love and Chance comes highly recommended.

Pippin
Loosely telling the story of prince Pippin, the son of Charlemagne, and his somewhat picaresque journey through life, Stephen Schwartz’s 1972 Pippin is not your conventional musical.

The God of Hell
The production as a whole failed to come up with the necessary edginess to create the threat, and the comedy had nothing to play off

Noir
Welcome to the world of Noir, a play steeped in the conventions of film noir but which playfully both utilises and subverts its archetypes.

Love's Triumph
Always paying homage to the 60s, when assassinations were so much more fun, Crawford has steeped the story in the richness of not-quite-contemporary language, unmistakably, laconically all-Australian

Tunks For The Memories
Tunks never denies or belittles his Blacktown-born-and-bred roots: he wears such, proudly, defiantly, right next to his heart, on his sleeve, as well he should

Opera Australia
The Opera Australia chorus soared majestically, almost lifting the roof Orff (sorry, can't resist) the concert hall of the SOH.

acrobat
smaller poorer cheaper may be intimate, but it is certainly not small, poor or cheap. This is an eclectic mix of death-defying feats, clowning, physical comedy and dark humour.

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