Category: Arts In Review

[Musical-theatre review] Fangirls — The Playhouse, Wednesday 24 to Sunday 28 March 2021

[Musical-theatre review] Fangirls — The Playhouse, Wednesday 24 to Sunday 28 March 2021

Fangirls revolves around the sensation that a fictitious band’s lead singer, Harry, has stirred up in one of his millions ...
An outstanding cast and dynamic stagecraft lit up Jersey Boys @ Erindale Theatre (13 March)

An outstanding cast and dynamic stagecraft lit up Jersey Boys @ Erindale Theatre (13 March)

Review by Rory McCartney Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons had a string of huge pop hits from the '60s ...
[Arts Review] Music-Nature-Dance combine to deliver a beautifully staged yet strongly stated message in Symbiosis @ Australian National Botanic Gardens (7 March)

[Arts Review] Music-Nature-Dance combine to deliver a beautifully staged yet strongly stated message in Symbiosis @ Australian National Botanic Gardens (7 March)

Review by Rory McCartney Run as part of this year’s Enlighten Festival, Symbiosis is an environmentally themed performance run by ...
[Review] The Umbilical Brothers battle theft and tech to put on a new show @ Canberra Theatre Centre, 1 February

[Review] The Umbilical Brothers battle theft and tech to put on a new show @ Canberra Theatre Centre, 1 February

Review by Rory McCartney Kitty Flanagan did it in Canberra! Now The Umbilical Brothers are doing it, that is running ...
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof — Canberra REP Theatre — Thursday 18 February – Tuesday 6 March 2021

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof — Canberra REP Theatre — Thursday 18 February – Tuesday 6 March 2021

Tennessee Williams’s Pulitzer Prize–winning 1955 play, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, is set in the southern Mississippi plantation home ...
Canberra 2060: Futures with a Capital F — Canberra Theatre Centre — Tuesday 1 to Saturday 5 September

Canberra 2060: Futures with a Capital F — Canberra Theatre Centre — Tuesday 1 to Saturday 5 September

Review by Michele E. Hawkins The year is 2060, and the earth is in serious trouble from multiple threats. If ...
The Last of Us Part II: An important step for queer representation in video games

The Last of Us Part II: An important step for queer representation in video games

Review by Jessica Conway The Last of Us is first and foremost a story. The fact that it’s a video ...
Hell Ship: The Voyage of the Ticonderoga — national tour — February–August 2020

Hell Ship: The Voyage of the Ticonderoga — national tour — February–August 2020

Review by Michele E. Hawkins. In 1852, the clipper Ticonderoga arrived in Melbourne's Port Phillip Bay after a three-month voyage ...
West Side Story — Canberra Theatre — Thursday 10 – Sunday 27 October 2019

West Side Story — Canberra Theatre — Thursday 10 – Sunday 27 October 2019

Pop music changed for all time when The Beatles emerged onto the world music stage, and the stage musical changed ...
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