The President | Sydney Theatre Company
Review
Sydney

19 April 2024

The President | Sydney Theatre Company
The tragedy of the contemporary comes across like thunder in this performance of self aggrandisement, an almost trance like rant, Trump type tripe tripping from the tongue, dripping off the lips in a solid patch of rhetoric.
Tell Me on a Sunday | Hayes Theatre Co
Review
Sydney

19 April 2024

Tell Me on a Sunday | Hayes Theatre Co
Erin Clare’s star quality is evident from the opening song, Take That Look Off Your Face, all the way to its reprise finale, exhilaratingly sustained for seventy minutes by virtuoso vocalisation and a captivating stage presence.
A Case for the Existence of God | Outhouse Theatre
Review
Sydney

15 April 2024

A Case for the Existence of God | Outhouse Theatre
Theology and philosophy are not centre stage here. Rather empathy and human connection.
I Wish | Patch Theatre and Gravity & Other Myths
Review
Sydney

14 April 2024

I Wish | Patch Theatre and Gravity & Other Myths
I Wish... is a masterful piece of theatre that uses colour and movement to communicate the complex world of emotions to young audiences.
Macbeth | Sh!t-faced Shakespeare
Review
Melbourne

8 April 2024

Macbeth | Sh!t-faced Shakespeare
I had some questions – not the least of which was exactly how sh!t-faced is shi!t-faced?
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