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REVIEW: Super Discount | Wharf 1, Sydney

Super Discount is courageous theatre. Not because of its cast — people with disabilities — but because of where they dare to go with the material.

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REVIEW: Romeo And Juliet | Drama Theatre, Sydney

Sydney Theatre Company doesn’t present the definitive take on Shakespeare’s classic, if such a thing exists, but Kip Williams’ feministic take is a thrilling ride.

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REVIEW: Storm Boy | Wharf 1, Sydney

A childhood favourite, Sydney Theatre Company’s stage adaptation of Storm Boy is full of heart and soul. It’s a respectful homage to Colin Thiele’s legacy.

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REVIEW: Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead | Sydney Theatre

The genius of Tom Stoppard is matched by the inspired casting of university mates Toby Schmitz and Tim Minchin in Sydney Theatre Company’s genre-bending Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead.

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Life beyond Walsh Bay: STC’s road to community engagement

Sydney Theatre Company is going to regional NSW and ACT schools to teach kids about road safety — and theatre. Its new production is pitched in just the right way.

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REVIEW: Fury | Wharf 1, Sydney

Australia’s most prolific playwright serves up another relationship drama that still has plenty of things to say — by silver-tongued characters.

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REVIEW: Dance Better At Parties | Wharf 2, Sydney

From a suburban dance studio a decade ago, Gideon Obarzanek brings his slice-of-life play to the Sydney Theatre Company. It’s a charmingly clumsy tale.

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REVIEW: One Man, Two Guvnors | Sydney Theatre

The very best of Britain comes to Australia in the Olivier-winning, Tonys-conquering National Theatre mega-hit. Its Sydney showing proves the universal appeal of a side-splitting adaptation.

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REVIEW: Mrs Warren’s Profession | Wharf 1, Sydney

Sydney Theatre Company go back to the dusty pages of George Bernard Shaw’s work to find little-performed Mrs Warren’s Profession. It’s a witty, non-challenging escape.

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REVIEW: The Secret River (Sydney Festival) | Sydney Theatre

The Secret River is as close as it gets to textual healing. Kate Grenville’s 2005 novel on Australian race relations is even more alive on the Sydney Theatre stage.

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