Lloyd Bradford Syke October 14, 2013
At Sydney's daring Carriageworks, an unlikely Irish-Chinese co-production that is playful, absurdist and rather provocative. But what does it all mean?
Lloyd Bradford Syke October 3, 2013
In Sydney via Timor, the genre-bending, cross-hatched Doku Rai is the kind of immersive experience you want to have in the theatre -- but rarely do.
Lloyd Bradford Syke September 17, 2013
A new indigenous arts company brings native voices to the stage. This Fella, My Memory is not perfect, but it shows great promise.
Lloyd Bradford Syke August 12, 2013 2 Comments
Sydney Chamber Opera is a diamond in a world of largely unimproved cultural carbon. Its Owen Wingrave, Benjamin Britten's made-for-TV work, is a rare treat.
Lloyd Bradford Syke July 15, 2013
I'm Your Man was one of the theatrical highlights of last year's Sydney Festival. The Belvoir St boxing drama has now embarked on a national tour.
Lloyd Bradford Syke May 30, 2013
Stories Then And Now, a CarriageWorks piece from Annette Shun Wah and William Yang, is not only nourishing theatrically, but socially. It's important work.
Lloyd Bradford Syke March 20, 2013
What happens when you put seven seniors from south-western Sydney, who've never acted before, on a stage? It's rough and ready but has important things to say.
Lloyd Bradford Syke March 11, 2013
Part of Performance Space's "Matters Of Life And Death" series, Brian Lucas' Performance Anxiety demonstrates a performer with anything but.
Lloyd Bradford Syke December 4, 2012
A multi-media experience from CarriageWorks residents Stalker Theatre offers moments of breathtaking spectacle. And a little perspective on life.