The beautifully delicate crooning of Madeleine Peyroux,
weighted with pained honesty of heart ache, loneliness and yearning,
seems to be more suited to a more intimate venue rather than the vast
space of the State Theatre.
Yohangza Theatre Company,
has not produced a traditional treatment of the play. Bearing from
South Korean, they have infused the production with Korean mythology,
theatrical techniques and an Eastern sensibility.
Lost and Found Orchestra, presented at the Sydney Festival by highly regarded British theatrical music company, The Stomp Company, is as joyful as it is inventive, as accessible as it is complex and as entertaining as it is original.
Written by its stars, Kate Smith and Drew Fairley
it’s a farce in which a lovelorn crippled cop and a pert, determined
sidekick provide the hook on which to hang a tenuous thriller where
love conquers all.