Tag: theatre

Where art forms collide – The Museum of Modern Love

At the murky intersection of theatre and performance art, the Museum of Modern Love, a new theatrical work at the Seymour Centre, leaves the viewer with lots of questions and not as many answers. I always really enjoy going to…

Girl From The North Country – Theatre Royal Sydney

Happy 2022 or 2020 too, which I’ve seen it referred to (doesn’t inspire much confidence, does it). While many of the world stages are still dark and the future of shows unclear, Australian producers continue to bring tasty Broadway morsels…

Grand Horizons: laugh so hard it hurts!

Infidelity and divorce usually aren’t great ingredients for a comedy, but Sydney Theatre Company’s production of Grand Horizons will have your sides hurting from laughter. Right from the curtain rise, the audience was snickering, which very quickly grew into all-out…

‘Come From Away’, The Must-See Musical of the Season

What happens when disaster affects an entire community? That’s the premise of Come From Away, the award-winning musical focusing on a small town in Newfoundland, Canada, whose residents unexpectedly have to take care of 6,500 visitors from around the world. …

ONCE in a lifetime, a show like this comes along!

Good shows are easy to review. Great performances are a little more complicated, but the phenomenal production of ONCE by the Darlinghurst Theatre Company has left me utterly speechless. Usually, in a review, I would put the call to action…

‘The Little Prince’ at The Sydney Opera House

If a funny little man in the desert, demanding drawings of sheep and talking of roses means something to you, then I’m sure you will already have your tickets to the stage performance of The Little Prince at The Opera…

Belvoir’s ‘A Room of One’s Own’

When I saw that a theatrical rendition of Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own was coming to the Belvoir St Theatre (6 – 23 May), I was intent on going on for two reasons. Firstly, Belvoir never seem to…

RENT: Theatre measured in love!

In the 25th year that RENT has graced the world stages, this redefined and reinvigorated RENT, produced by LPD Productions and Sugary Rum Productions and staged at the Sydney Opera House, is the breath of fresh air we need to…

Bell Shakespeare Hamlet

To See or Not To See? Bell Shakespeare’s Refreshing Take on Hamlet

Opening 2020 in the same manner they did thirty years ago, Bell Shakespeare has revisited and reimagined the classic Hamlet. Under Peter Evans’ direction, the baton, or in this instance the skull, has been entrusted to Harriet Gordan-Anderson. Globally, Hamlet…