Lloyd Bradford SykeSep 26, 2013
While local dance work Happy As Larry seeks to interpolate rather sophisticated concepts, international hit Stomp comes off as the more intelligent show.
Lloyd Bradford SykeSep 2, 2013
There were triumphant aspects to award-winning choreographer Byron Perry's double-bill Double Think, but it all left our critic a little underwhelmed.
Lloyd Bradford SykeAug 22, 2013
Suspend disbelief and buying into a silly sci-fi phantasm with Delectable Shelter, a new farce from hot Melbourne-based troupe The Hayloft Project.
Lloyd Bradford SykeJul 31, 2013
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.
Lloyd Bradford SykeJul 25, 20134 Comments
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 ...?
Lloyd Bradford SykeJul 25, 2013
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.
Lloyd Bradford SykeJun 3, 2013
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.
Lloyd Bradford SykeMar 11, 2013
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.
Lloyd Bradford SykeFeb 25, 2013
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.