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Most read Sydney reviews

  • Miss Saigon | Opera Australia
    There really isn’t a moment when we believe there is going to be a happy ending, but the incredible music keeps us sitting in the carriage as we careen perilously towards the inevitable train wreck of an ending.
  • Wicked The Musical
    The staging is spectacular, and this production has somehow managed to add additional layers of texture and style into the design that refreshes the experience.
  • Home Country + The One | Little Cup Theatre Productions
    Two new works presented as a double feature provide somewhat of a highlight in the current Sydney Fringe Festival.
  • Bark of Millions | Taylor Mac
    There are some stunning moments of yearning, some haunting harmony, some bold and brassy vaudeville, and all anchored in the language of protest and defiance.
  • Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill | Belvoir
    From the end of her first song, summoning the spirit of Holiday, spotlit and with exquisite poise, dramatic pause and phenomenal phrasing, there was a palpable feeling of the audience restraining a desire to leap to their feet in rapturous applause.

Most read reviews

  • Das Rheingold | Opera Australia
    The beautiful and terrifying images that serve as scenery allow us, the audience, to experience the various often contradictory levels on which the work operates at once, as magic, as myth.
  • Götterdämmerung | Opera Australia
    This operatic cycle calls into question some of our basic assumptions about our world, assumptions which we may retain even when overtly denying them
  • Aida | Opera Queensland
    There were remarkable and yet baffling qualities to this lavish production.
  • Midnight Murder at Hamlington Hall | Ensemble Theatre
    The play within the play cascades into a convulsive and inexhaustible tirade of production catastrophes, miscues, prop malfunctions, wardrobe clangers, and more.
  • The Choir of Man
    This is a really well put together production, a great night out and so incredibly worthy of the success its found in venues around the world.