Tag: Alicia Tripp

Double Dutch

Two world-class masters of music, conductor Edo de Waart and pianist Ronald Brautigam, both hailing from The Netherlands, head the final program in the 2015 Sydney Symphony Orchestra subscription series. The fellow countrymen have chosen a classical Mozart concerto, a…

So You Think You Can Dance?

Check This Out. What a joy and a privilege it is to bask in the glorious artistry and elite athleticism that is The Australian Ballet! Despite feeling inadequate in the comparatively meagre portion of talent I have been granted by…

Broadway Comes to Sydney

The bustling crowd, abuzz with warm, light chatter, begins to fill the Concert Hall of the Sydney Opera House, their palates indulging in a drink of choice – anticipation being the favoured cup – as they await one of Broadway’s…

THE PLAY’S THE THING

Wherein I’ll Capture the Conscience of … All The literary genius of the greatest playwright of all time is done justice by the artistic brilliance of Bell Shakespeare Company’s latest production of Hamlet. Honest, un-affected, real, and yet unreal, it…

Anti-Romantic Comedy

As the Sydney Theatre Company’s latest production of Bernard Shaw’s Arms and the Man commences, we see into a luxurious, candelabra-lit Victorian bedroom suite, complete with balcony fit for a ‘wherefore-art-thou-Romeo’ scene. There are hoop skirts and bustles, bonnets and…

Feast Your Eyes (and Ears) On This…

“A gorgeous feast of sound and movement” – that is how Australia’s own nightingale, Katie Noonan, describes Triptych, the Sydney Dance Company’s latest program, which she is currently performing in and which premiered in Sydney on Tuesday September 25. “Triptych…

The Wharf Revue Review

I honestly cannot remember when I last laughed so hard. My face muscles ache from the unfamiliar exercise. I have a stitch in my side. My palms are pulsating from over-aggressive clapping. And it seems I am not the only…