REVIEW | Galileo

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Pushing The Boundaries of Gravity Sydney Choreographic Ensemble’s ‘Galileo’ Reviewed by Sarah Navin Just when you think you’ve seen all the movements four human limbs can create, in comes Sydney Choreographic Ensemble’s ‘Galileo‘.… Read Article

Review | Come From Away

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Return of Feel Good Musical the Perfect Reward for Sydneysiders Capitol Theatre, Sydney, Wednesday October 27 Reviewed by Sarah Navin Somewhere in the middle of nowhere, 19 animals and 7000 ‘strays’ land in a giant airport on a remote island, where they’re welcomed by open arms and big h… Read Article

Review | The Little Prince

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A Visual Feast of Magic and Movement for Everyone’s Inner Child Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera House, Thursday May 27 Reviewed by Sarah Navin A giant moving picture book appears on the Sydney Opera House stage, as a lone aviator plummets through the atmosphere, spinning t… Read Article

REVIEW | Claudel

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A Beautifully Sad Fusion of Drama and Movement Sydney Opera House Playhouse, Thursday April 29 Reviewed by Sarah Navin Step into the artist’s studio. The stage of The Playhouse at the Sydney Opera House is flanked by textured, hanging drapes. Coloured in dirty cream tones, the sculptor… Read Article

REVIEW | The Choir of Man

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A Pint-Full of Fun and Frothie Frivolity at The Choir of Man Drama Studio, Sydney Opera House, Wednesday February 24 Reviewed by Sarah Navin Stepping into The Choir of Man is like meeting an old friend down at the local. They yell across the rowdy venue, beckon you in and offer you a beer – the… Read Article

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