As each character emerged, warm recognition was obvious, with a buzz from the audience seated at tables with their wine, tea or coffee, and muffin (available from the back of the hall for a moderate price) before them.

Spamalot | Marie Clark Musical Theatre

It is beautifully staged, excellently sung, superbly supported by a first class orchestra and so much fun, you will want to see it again.

Gloria! | Graduate Singers

George Frederic Handel’s Dixit Dominus is a challenge for any choir and orchestra, and when set next to Antonio Vivaldi’s Gloria, together they make a splendid program.

 

High Society | The Metropolitan Musical Theatre Co of SA

Yes, it’s a good romp with lots of laughs, lovely music well sung and very good performances by all.

Les Misérables | The South Coast Choral and Arts Society

This is an emotional play with not too many dry eyes at times, but if a play and its performers can move you, make you laugh, make you cry, make you think, then a good job has been done.

Sense and Sensibility | State Theatre Company South Australia

This is a play well worth seeing and the audience bore witness to their enjoyment of it in their prolonged applause and happy chatter on the way out.

Terrestrial | State Theatre Company South Australia

Terrestrial’s author (Fleur Kilpatrick) says in the programme notes that she dedicated her play to lonely girls, bored boys, to quiet towns and “to a landscape that looks like Mars”. She adds ”landscape informs how our trauma, confusion, illness or fear manifests itself”. It does in this play.

Myth, Propaganda and Disaster in Nazi Germany & Contemporary America | University of Adelaide Theatre Guild

Myth, Propaganda and Disaster in Nazi Germany and Contemporary America is a long play with a long title and, at times, hard work for the audience who are rewarded for their attention.

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