Jeremy Boutsakis
Who could fail to be transformed by thought leader, Jeremy Boutsakis? Of course, the thoughts he'll lead you to, via the garden path, are simultaneously terrifying and hilarious.

While every effort has been made, no doubt, to fully explore characters' lives, the chain of relationships, separated by a mere six degrees, seems somewhat inconclusive and unsatisfying.

Friday Night Drinks
Aside from one too many references to cricket, this is a very well-observed and well-written piece, or, rather, pieces; comprising three vignettes, with the three cast handling three roles apiece.

Red Light Winter
Red Light Winter deals with the seriously dysfunctional romances of a small group of thirtysomethings, with an emphasis on sex and emotional inadequacy.

Gifted and Talented
Gifted and Talented treads ground that will be familiar to anyone who grew up in the heady world of child eisteddfords.

The Taming of the Shrew
Sydney productions of The Taming of the Shrew have been few and far between in recent years. Although a highly entertaining yarn, the reason for its scarcity is doubtlessly the play’s problematic gender politics.

Nigel Kellaway
Kellaway clearly adores the music, and nearly every time it plays his body takes over in a full-body conducting dance.

An Italian Straw Hat
The pace of the play is downright frenetic, with actors entering and exiting at both ends of the stage, which ran between two banks of audience seats.

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