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Don’s Party | Sydney Theatre Company
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Bone | Ride On Theatre
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Miss Saigon | Cameron Mackintosh
Miss Saigon may not be for everyone, but this is an excellent production of one of the most successful of all modern musicals.

Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train
Jesus Hopped the 'A' Train is a terrific play and well done in this production directed by Wayne Blair, who also plays a major role.

The Memory of Water | Darlinghurst Theatre/Critical Stages
This is an exemplary piece of independent theatre to be produced in Sydney and hopefully a sign of things to come

Half A Person | Fly-On-The-Wall Theatre
The show currently sharing billing at the Newtown Theatre is a refreshing and entertaining example of its genre, pastiche burlesque

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