Category archives for: Performing Arts Reviews

Theatre Review: My Fat Friend

Theatre Review: My Fat Friend

An obese bookshop owner decides to diet in order to win the man of her dreams. This is a British comedy with a message and heart.

Opera Review: Cosi Fan Tutte

Opera Review: Cosi Fan Tutte

Mistaken identity, good-natured deception, and tongue in cheek humour abound when friends decide to test their fiancés’ fidelities.

Theatre Review: Masquerade

Theatre Review: Masquerade

Based on a 1970s children’s book, Masquerade is a mixture of puzzles, fantasy and horrible truths. It’s two stories told at once. Part of ‘Come Out’,

Opera Review: Don Giovanni

Opera Review: Don Giovanni

Don Giovanni can tip the opera agnostics over into being believers. This version is certainly capable of doing just that.

Theatre Review: The Wedding Singer

Theatre Review: The Wedding Singer

The musical version of Adam Sandler’s “The Wedding Singer” has it all in this Marie Clark production – gags, delightful numbers, impressive sets and costumes.

Theatre Review: Small Gods

Theatre Review: Small Gods

The Great God Om, has manifested as a turtle. Novice Brutha is the only person who can hear her voice. This disturbs the opposing factions.

Theatre Review: The Enquiry

Theatre Review: The Enquiry

Known for their light-hearted plays, Venture Theatre Company is tackling something much harder with Charlotte Hastings’ powerful prison drama The Enquiry.

Event Review: West Terrace Cemetery Night Tour

Event Review: West Terrace Cemetery Night Tour

Friday night guided tours of the West Terrace Cemetery bring history to life. Punters meet people from the past and hear audio recreations of historical moments

Theatre Review: This is Where We Live

Theatre Review: This is Where We Live

An award winning script that presents a highly engaging and occasionally very funny story, brave enough not to shy away from some very heavy subject matters.

Theatre Review: Jesus Christ Superstar

Theatre Review: Jesus Christ Superstar

A modernised, 2015 version of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s rock operas, Jesus Christ Superstar – the musical version of Jesus’ last days leading up to his Crucifixion.

Theatre Review: Cats

Theatre Review: Cats

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats tells the story of the Jellicle Cats as they gather for their annual Ball where one will be chosen to be reborn to a new life.

Theatre Review: Steppin’ Out

Theatre Review: Steppin’ Out

  Presented by Noarlunga Theatre Company Reviewed 8 May 2015 When an Andrew Sisters medley is the hit of a revue, it’s clear who the target audience is – anyone out for some real retro goodness who grew up with, or later discovered the stellar sing-a-long hits of the 1930s – 1950s. Writer and director […]

Theatre Review: Athol Guy – The Seekers Story

Theatre Review: Athol Guy – The Seekers Story

One quarter of the hit group, The Seekers, Athol Guy, sets out to remind us 60s kids what a wonderful time the period was musically.

Theatre Review: Jake’s Women

Theatre Review: Jake’s Women

Author Jake has women troubles: they are on his mind; they are in his mind. He only has to think about them to have them materialise and speak the dialogue he gives them. But what happens if they start writing their own conversations?

Theatre Review: Much Ado About Nothing

Theatre Review: Much Ado About Nothing

When Megan Dansie directs Shakespeare something special happens. The setting of this piece at the end of WWII gives it depth and a darker side than it previously seemed to show.

Theatre Review: Rotunda

Theatre Review: Rotunda

This piece explores, through dance and movement, all the facets and emotions that are experienced before, during and after any battle: fun, love, camaraderie, death, psychological effects and hope for a peaceful future are all explored by this exceptional, innovative company.

Theatre Review: Summer of the Seventeenth Doll

Theatre Review: Summer of the Seventeenth Doll

Ray Lawler wrote the iconic Summer of the Seventeenth Doll in the fifties, but that doesn’t mean the spirit has gone out of it

Theatre Review: Walking With Dinosaurs

Theatre Review: Walking With Dinosaurs

If you thought that Walt Disney and his expert technicians had mastered animatronics, you ain’t seen nothing til a 20 foot Tyrannosaurus Rex pokes his head towards the audience and ROARS!!! The Adelaide Entertainment Centre shuddered.

Theatre Review: Le Noir: The Dark Side of Cirque

Theatre Review: Le Noir: The Dark Side of Cirque

Le Noir brings to Adelaide a darker side of Cirque du Soleil with many of the professional athletes and performers presenting complex circus routines in a unique production.

Theatre Review: Madame: The Story Of Joseph Farrugia

Theatre Review: Madame: The Story Of Joseph Farrugia

Madame is different and a bit outrageous, but those things made Farrugia who he is and make this production what it is – enthralling.

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