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REVIEW: Stomp / Happy As Larry | Various, Sydney

While local dance work Happy As Larry seeks to interpolate rather sophisticated concepts, international hit Stomp comes off as the more intelligent show.

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REVIEW: Double Think | Seymour Centre, Sydney

There were triumphant aspects to award-winning choreographer Byron Perry’s double-bill Double Think, but it all left our critic a little underwhelmed.

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REVIEW: Delectable Shelter | Seymour Centre, Sydney

Suspend disbelief and buying into a silly sci-fi phantasm with Delectable Shelter, a new farce from hot Melbourne-based troupe The Hayloft Project.

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REVIEW: The Hansard Monologues: A Matter Of Public Importance | Seymour Centre, Sydney

A new play lets Pauline Hanson (and others) speak for herself, with a theatrical treatment of Parliament’s Hansard and other transcripts. It’s one for the political wonks only.

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REVIEW: The Importance Of Being Earnest | Seymour Centre, Sydney

It’s hard to bugger up The Importance Of Being Earnest. A new production at the Seymour Centre manages to do it. Is that Yakety Sax playing in the background …?

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REVIEW: Songs From Below 54th Street | Seymour Centre, Sydney

Alexis Fishman is an arresting presence on the cabaret stage with a mix of music theatre and American standards. Her new show Songs From Below 54th Street wowed a Sydney crowd.

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REVIEW: Educating Rita | Reginald Theatre, Sydney

A classic play isn’t treated with the respect it deserves in this undercooked Seymour Centre production. There’s a distinct lack of sensitivity and skill.

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REVIEW: Songs For The Fallen | The Reginald, Sydney

Songs For The Fallen is a drama, comedy, musical, cabaret … or something else entirely. The lush Seymour Centre production is certainly a tour de farce.

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REVIEW: Beautiful Thing | Reginald Theatre, Sydney

There are few dramas held more dearly to queer theatre-goers than Jonathan Harvey’s 1993 play Beautiful Thing. It celebrates its 20th anniversary at this year’s Sydney Mardi Gras.

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REVIEW: Masi (Sydney Festival) | Everest Theatre

“Grounding and connective in a way social media and the inter web at large can and will never be.” From across the Tasman, a deeply personal, multi-media story.

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