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Let’s be clear: Cameron Mackintosh committed an act of genius almost 30 years ago when as producer he obsessively pursued an English adaptation of Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil’s Les...
Matilda , the Royal Shakespeare Company's Tony Award-winning musical adaptation of Roald Dahl’s beloved children’s book, tells the tale of a brilliant girl unappreciated at home and school. In the...
A mother (Paula Arundell) and her two daughters (Airlie Dodds and Shari Sebbens) are wide-eyed on a set that looks like something of a domestic nightmare: it’s a suffocating floral wallpaper flecked with...
Latest Sydney theatre reviews
Griffin’s domestic violence revenge fantasy is thrillingly subversive and deeply affecting
The only thing wrong with Cameron Mackintosh's updated blockbuster is the breakneck pace
Roxburgh's rake is on the loose again in Andrew Upton's focused adaptation of Chekhov’s unwieldy early effort
This production of Clare Boothe Luce's Manhattan-set comedy of manners arrives dressed in its finest furs and dripping with jewellery
It’s the script that’s off key in Terrence McNally’s play about opera star Maria Callas
Tim Minchin's little-musical-that-could truly is a miracle, standing head and shoulders above its peers
Come for the Taylor Swift - or the gimmick of oldies playing teens - but stay for the emotional ride
There is no small amount of magic in John Bell's fitting final production at the helm of the company he founded
Sydney theatre previews, news & interviews
What - and who - is on stage at the Stables this year?
It's Ralph's final season at the helm - and it looks like things might get silly
The water-side theatre readies for the next wave with Sandra Bates' final season
Tis the season for heavy-hitting performances, classic texts and women storytellers
What's on at Sydney's newest theatre in 2015?
Our favourite stage veterans play teens in Matthew Whittet's coming-of-age comedy at Belvoir
Get tickets to this Helpmann Award-winning musical starring Caroline O'Connor
On stage emotions run high - but backstage, the stars say, it’s happiness and hijinks