‘Take Me To The World’: Celebrating And Ranking Sondheim’s Best Songs
It’s almost impossible to pick an absolute favourite, and even harder to rank Stephen Sondheim’s work against one another, but here we go. Happy birthday Sondheim!
Samo Is Dead
In Samo Is Dead, a “motif of modern youth speaks to a more universal idea of spiritual connection”, writes Harrison Dumesich
Revue’d: Sydney Uni Revue – The Void
The incredibly talented cast and production team were let down by creative risks that traded in the soul of student theatre for some swinging doors.
REVUE’d: PoC Revue: A Not-So-Hard Sell
Empowering, gutsy, captivating, endearing and outrageously funny
It’s Not Creepy If They’re Hot – Sydney Fringe Festival
When I was standing at the urinal during the intermission, the guy next to me said, “How accurate were those guys?”
Revue’d: PoCRevue’s Heroes Of Time Past Takes On Systemic Racism, One 8-bit Mini Boss At A Time
Whilst it was somewhat sad to see my childhood heroine destroyed by an aluminium goon bag, I was faced with the reality that all good things must come to an (alcoholic) end.
Review: Buried Child
Incredibly evocative, the society’s latest production reveals to us the hilarious, heartbreaking and often horrifying aspects of the decaying American Dream.
Review: SUDS’ The Aliens
There are only three characters in The Aliens. Set entirely in the back alleyway of a coffee shop in Vermont, nothing much happens either. That, however, is entirely the point in this play punctuated by silence.
SURG MUSEings on MUSE’s Parade
The musical explores rumour and misjudgement and general mistrust in a community, placing it in the Trump induced, distrustful and prejudiced nature of present day. Its relevancy is paramount.
MUSE’s Spring Awakening: Melancholy, Upbeat and Slightly Arousing
It's not often one can leave a packed, somewhat antique theatre feeling all sorts of melancholy, upbeat and slightly aroused, but thus is the power of MUSE’s Spring Awakening.