The Gondoliers - Review

When Gilbert and Sullivan penned The Gondoliers (first performed in 1889) they certainly didn’t envisage the Aussie icon ‘Skippy the bush kangaroo’ playing a role; while Skip didn’t get an actual... …


13: A New Musical - Review

Bursting with catchy songs, energetic choreography and crisp one-liners, 13: A New Musical is a light-hearted look at the pressures of growing up. 12 year old New Yorker Evan Goldman finds... …


Under Milk Wood - Review

Tiny Horse Theatre, in association with Sydney University Dramatic Society, perform Under Milk Wood at the New Theatre, Newtown, during the Sydney Fringe Festival. …


Luke Nowell's pLight Review

As part of the Sydney Fringe Comedy Festival, Luke Nowell brings to life a nonsensical physical comedy. …


Go Back For Murder

More than half a century after Agatha Christie adapted ‘Go Back for Murder’ for the British stage, Sydney audiences have the pleasure of seeing the play this spring. …



The Frogs - Review

UTS Backstage presents the Australian premiere of ‘The Frogs’, a musical adapted by Steven Sondheim and Burt Shevelove, based on the play be Aristophanes. …



The Piano Thief - Review

The Piano Thief, written and directed by Gareth Ellis, is a short play of about thirty minutes about two friends who decide to rob a house. …


The Women Review

“There’s only one tragedy for a woman. Losing her man” …


Dragon Friends:2

Any game played by a novice can be entertaining in and of itself. Add some of Australia’s comedic talent to the mix, and you’ve got yourself a night of hilarious chaos. …