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Inspired by the 2010 desecration of an ANZAC memorial statue by a group of teenage girls, Angela Betzien's 2011 play is a complex, electric work that captures the defensiveness of contemporary Australia....
Sport for Jove’s production of John Steinbeck's Depression-era story of odd-couple drifters George and Lennie (adapted by the writer from his own novel) is a traditional but evocative telling...
Some writers seem naturally suited to stage adaptation, even if they never wrote a single play. Others are a tougher sell: too insular or lyrical to make for easy theatre. Welsh poet Dylan Thomas straddles...
Latest Sydney theatre reviews
The only thing wrong with Cameron Mackintosh's updated blockbuster is the breakneck pace
Bigger is better - if not quite best - in Opera Australia's remount of Elijah Moshinksy's epic production
Graeme Murphy's 5-star 1990 production gets a 5-star contemporary execution
Young female stories warrant heroic treatment in Angela Betzien's 2011 play
Belvoir's double-bill of romantic comedies is feline-good fun
Kip Williams' take on Caryl Churchill's peripatetic play is more than sum of its many parts
Break out the boxy-shouldered blazers and the big hair - the original mean girls are back, with songs
A golden haze of nostalgia dulls the emotional impact of this tragic Depression-era tale
Sydney theatre previews, news & interviews
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