Macbeth (an undoing) | Malthouse Theatre

16 July 2024

What transcends however, is a confused production that is one half Shakespeare, one half soap-opera that barely manages to scratch the surface of the original text.  
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? | Red Stitch

10 July 2024

The crushing barbs come thick and fast between these two from the moment they appear in in the box seats above.
The Boy From Oz | Theatrical

9 July 2024

 It’s both an entertaining and moving story that aptly depicts the passion and joy Allen brought to the stages he performed on.
Dracula | Sydney Theatre Company

8 July 2024

It’s hard not to gush like a punctured artery over the awesome artistry on show in Dracula, the latest, and arguably greatest, production in the Kip Williams’ cine-theatre universe.
Tina – The Tina Turner Musical

7 July 2024

There are so many poignant scenes, so many stories along the way, so many loves and losses in Tina's life, to bring her to the musical genius and legend she became.
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