Reg Livermore returns to the stage with his one-man show The Widow Unplugged, of which he is also the writer.
He plays out-of-work actor … Read more
A stage play has finally been produced which honestly depicts the plight of Australian soldiers deployed to Afghanistan and their torturous on-going battle with war-induced … Read more
Rossini’s The Turk in Italy directed by Simon Phillips, is a colourful frolic of mistaken identity, slapstick humour and brazen innuendo. Set in a seaside … Read more
Rugby League: The Musical takes the rough and tumble from the field and injects it with the glitz and glamour of a stage musical to … Read more
Written by Herman Melville in 1851, this classic American novel which was adapted for the stage by Orson Welles takes independent theatre to a whole … Read more
This fast paced musical is more like a modern opera; there is little unsung dialogue and it’s full of emotional depth and character exploration. Written … Read more
A City Hub review of the brilliant period comedy Nell Gwynn doesn’t really do it justice. It should be screamed from the front page of … Read more
To mark its 25th anniversary, the Darlinghurst Theatre Company has brought the gay camp classic Torch Song Trilogy back to life.
In 1982 Harvey Fierstein’s … Read more
Looking purely at the title of this show you might question how these two antithetical worlds could ever come together as a cohesive performance. For … Read more
New Zealand performer Jennifer Ward-Lealand pays homage to legendary Hollywood actress and singer Marlene Dietrich, in a cabaret tribute show, Falling In Love Again. … Read more