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REVIEW: Seminar | Ensemble Theatre, Sydney

Theresa Rebeck’s Seminar is a taut Big Apple drama that Sydney’s Ensemble Theatre makes an excellent fist of. It’s some of their best work.

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REVIEW: The Glass Menagerie | Ensemble Theatre, Sydney

Ensemble Theatre takes on Tennessee Williams’ American classic with credible effort. But it falls short of recreating the stage magic of previous productions.

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REVIEW: Blind Tasting | Ensemble Theatre, Sydney

Paul Gilchrist’s play is as much a poem, a soliloquy, a morality tale on love, language and the search for meaning. Written specifically for her, Sylvia Keays very much owns the role.

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REVIEW: Frankenstein | The Playhouse, Sydney

Nick Dear’s Frankenstein is perhaps closest to Mary Shelly’s original vision as anything else. And now Sydney audiences can see the National Theatre smash.

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REVIEW: Bombshells | Ensemble Theatre, Sydney

Joanna Murray-Smith’s one-woman tour de force — originally written for Caroline O’Connor — is in safe hands with Sharon Millerchip at Ensemble Theatre. It’s an extraordinary performance.

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REVIEW: Liberty Equality Fraternity | Ensemble Theatre, Sydney

Mother and Son writer Geoffrey Atherden goes over old ground for his new free-wheeling play on our scared contemporary society. But a terrific cast makes it seem fresh.

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REVIEW: Great Falls | Ensemble Theatre, Sydney

A slice of small-town America comes to the Ensemble Theatre stage in Lee Blessing’s 90-minute two-hander. A smart script is brought down by some bad design.

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REVIEW: Managing Carmen | Ensemble Theatre, Sydney

David Williams steers clear of heavy-handed, didactic temptations — unlike more recent efforts — with a new play about a cross-dressing footy player at Sydney’s Ensemble Theatre.

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REVIEW: Becky Shaw | Ensemble Theatre, Sydney

A twisted play on relationships from a writer of Law and Order TV episodes is an impressive — and recognisable — affair at Sydney’s Ensemble Theatre.

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REVIEW: A Picasso | Ensemble Theatre, Sydney

A Picasso is a study of a fascinating historical figure and an example of how good this little Sydney theatre company can be.

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