Theatre Reviews + Wine Pairings
The Ship That Never Was is the true story of a group of convicts who stole a ship and successfully escaped imprisonment on Tasmania’s notorious Sarah Island to Chile in 1834.
It’s pantomime at its best, 75min of glorious chaos well worth experiencing.
There’s theatre that’s easy to watch, and theatre that’s difficult to watch. And whether it is easy or difficult is completely different to whether it is good or bad.
White Pearl is difficult to watch. But it’s great theatre.
A story about the many different emotions that we experience when confronted with death.
This review is a collab with Theatre Thoughts, originally published here: https://theatrethoughtsaus.online/2022/04/17/review-breathing-corpses-eye-contact-theatre-co-at-kings-cross-theatre-nsw/
Breathing Corpses, Eye Contact Theatre Co at Kings Cross Theatre | Review
Lady Windermere’s Fan is an energetic portrayal of Oscar Wilde’s first big hit. Director Jess Davis’ adaptation of this Bridgerton/Gossip Girl-type story of the scandalous lives of London’s elite is an entertaining production.
It’ll have you laughing, crying and sitting on the edge of your seat from beginning to end – but it’s up to you to say whether it’s because of what’s happening on stage, or because of what New Theatre’s ‘The Spook’ says about Australia’s political future.
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Wearing chef’s whites on top and grey trackpants on the bottom, Chef admires a ripe peach and wonders why anyone would try to improve something rendered perfect in nature
With a stage adorned in bubblegum pink and blue and an Australia Post Box, characters that are both endearing and enraging, and a timely political plot that belongs as much in 2022 as it did in 2017, Taz vs The Pleb is a story that deserves to be heard.
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SIX the Musical is a cheesy and sassy and utterly euphoric show, unapologetically harnessing the wonderful elements of feminism and femininity young women are so often criticised for as the source of its immense strength and global success – pop music, sparkles, and the slightly heavy-handed messages of female empowerment.
e’s a certain feel that imbues the classic American story. Nostalgia for the long-lost American dream, big skirts and gruff men, and people of all different races and class cohabitating peacefully create a fantasy of a time that never was – one that was simpler, kinder. Bette
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