Category archives for: Performing Arts Reviews

Theatre Review: The Naked Magicians

Theatre Review: The Naked Magicians

The Naked Magicians is a ninety-minute comedy strip tease with a few tricks, upbeat music and lots of filthy cheek thrown in.

Theatre Review: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

Theatre Review: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

An inventive and funny remix of Sherlock Holmes stories, improvised from audience suggestions about how the poor victim was offed.

Review: Lady Gaga artRAVE Tour

Review: Lady Gaga artRAVE Tour

Your Artpop could mean ANYTHING! Glam reviews Lady Gaga’s visual, interactive and colourful artRAVE tour.

Theatre Review: The Gondoliers

Theatre Review: The Gondoliers

The South Australian Light Opera Society (SALOS) present one of Gilbert and Sullivan’s most loved romance-comedies.

Theatre Review: Summer of the Seventeenth Doll

Theatre Review: Summer of the Seventeenth Doll

For seventeen years, two sugarcane cutters have journeyed to Melbourne to catch up with two women but this year things change as truths are revealed.

Theatre Review: Peter and Alice

Theatre Review: Peter and Alice

A brutally emotive exploration of the real life characters that inspired Peter Pan & Alice in Wonderland, and the unhealthy relationships that emerged around them.

Dance Review: Zambra!

Dance Review: Zambra!

Fast-paced Spanish guitars and several dancers commanded the stage in an invigorating, charming and complex showcase of flamenco dance.

Theatre Review: Hairspray

Theatre Review: Hairspray

In 1960s Baltimore, USA, an overweight girl becomes an unexpected celebrity on a dance show and in the fight against segregation. A fun, feel-good musical!

Theatre Review: Grease

Theatre Review: Grease

Paying homage to both stage and film versions, Grease is still the word with audience sing-a-longs, iconic re-creations, and more neon lighting than Hindley St.

Opera Review: Philip Glass Trilogy: Satyagraha

Opera Review: Philip Glass Trilogy: Satyagraha

The third and final opera in the Trilogy is inspired by the life of Mahatma Gandhi and his life-long search for truth through non-violent means.

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