Wednesday, November 22, 2017

TN Syd Reviews

Theatre Now Review: Common Anomalies

There is a large audience turnout to Form Dance Project’s opening night of Common Anomalies. The energy is excited and anticipatory as we cluster around the Lennox Theatre doors; waiting to be let in....

Theatre Now Review: Atlantis

Atlantis means different things to different people. For playwright Lally Katz, it means her childhood in suburban Miami, where the ocean meets the land. In this world premiere, Lally Katz’s glorious new work Atlantis delves...

Theatre Now: Merciless Gods

Occasionally the most powerful moments in the theatre can happen silently in in the dark listening to the breathing around you and the occasional sniff.  Merciless Gods has one of these rare moments, at the end...

Theatre Now Review: Tammy & Kite

Death is dealt with differently by children than by adults and it is difficult to remember how we thought of death – if we thought of it at all – when we were young....

Theatre Now Review: She Rode Horses Like The Stock Exchange

She Rode Horses Like The Stock Exchange is an entertaining, slow-boiler.  The play is set in a New England park on a large blanket spread out over a little grassy knoll. We meet the...

Theatre Now Review: As You Like It [Muse Clinic]

It has been many a moon since I have sauntered up a Darlo back street in search of entertainment, hence my heightened anticipation in search of a piece of theatre in a locale of...

Theatre Now Review: The Red Tree: Storying the animals inside

In Australia where almost seven percent of children suffer from anxiety, The Red Tree is both timely and beautiful. A musical adaption of Shaun Tan’s picture book, The Red Tree tells the story of Ava...

Theatre Now Review: The Big Meal

Spanning generations, The Big Meal follows the lives of an American family, starting from a young couple meeting for the very first time through to an older couple sitting alone, contemplating the family generations...

Theatre Now Review: No End Of Blame

The play begins at 8.9 on the dramatic Richter Scale. It’s the dying days of WW1 and it’s all unravelling for the Axis Powers. With a battle raging beyond, an animated Hungarian soldier sits...

Theatre Now Review: The Kitchen Sink

Failure comes in many forms and we all deal with it in different ways, we run from it, we fight it or we lash out at loved ones. We might deal with it differently...

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