Saturday, 19 August 2017
Home »
Reviews Archive


At various times throughout, I found myself wondering, really? That has happened? That happened to you? You were made to feel that way? Someone did that to you?
Thursday, 03 August 2017 | Read more
Porn shoots, prisons, migrant camps and festering teenage boys’ rooms – the raw, incendiary scenes of acclaimed Melbourne playwright Christos Tsiolkas spring to life like a contemporary, sex-drenched Greek tragedy in the hands of Little Ones...
Tuesday, 01 August 2017 | Read more
As is generally the case with neo-burlesque, this variety show of different performers’ acts runs the gamut from erotic to parodic, but they tend to largely fall into the camp of, well… camp.
Sunday, 30 July 2017 | Read more
Two terrifically talented performers steam, boil and fry through ninety long grain minutes of Michelle Lee’s Rice.
Thursday, 27 July 2017 | Read more
Curuenavuli’s Queen Bey-like command of the stage has hearts racing from the start. But she is equally compelling when switching to her softer, more vulnerable side.
Sunday, 23 July 2017 | Read more
Bell Shakespeare's latest production of The Merchant of Venice is a thought provoking take on one of Shakespeare's most controversial comedies.
Sunday, 23 July 2017 | Read more
It begins with licking elbows and ends with contemplation. Constellations is a comedy-drama-romance with scientific and philosophical threads that pull together in a relatable format.
Friday, 21 July 2017 | Read more
It’s far from a pub singalong but the bonding of saucy songs and alcohol in the St Kilda cabaret Mother’s Ruin is strong.
Thursday, 20 July 2017 | Read more
Former elite sportsman Matthew Mitcham trades the diving platform for the stage in his second splash hit, Under The Covers.
Thursday, 20 July 2017 | Read more
A tongue-in-cheek gothic fantasy and a laughter spinning, giggle-fest and chuckle coaxer if ever there was one.
Tuesday, 18 July 2017 | Read more

Page 2 of 534

Powered by AlphaContent 4.0.16 © 2005-2017 - All rights reserved
PozibleAustralian Stage JobsMembers Area

Most Read

Most Read Reviews

Blame a fear of political correctness, fake news or Donald Trump, but dystopian fiction is having a moment and George Orwel...
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest | Sport for Jove
This is not a perfect production, but it is on the whole quite a strong one, and a rare chance to see a professional local...
The Perfume Garden
Family, time, love, cultural identity, the migrant experience, magic and aging – themes which manifest as disappointment an...
Kindertransport | Darlinghurst Theatre Company
Kindertransport sounds like a toy, a benevolent children's vehicle on which to play.
Byron Writers Festival 2017
At the end of each day my brain is full to burst: so many stories in my head, so much new information to absorb and embrace...