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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...
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....
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...
Latest Sydney theatre reviews
A golden haze of nostalgia dulls the emotional impact of this tragic Depression-era tale
Graeme Murphy's 5-star 1990 production gets a 5-star contemporary execution
Lisa D'Amour's award-winning satire of post-GFC America lacks the bite one expects
Kip Williams' take on Caryl Churchill's peripatetic play is more than sum of its many parts
Belvoir's double-bill of romantic comedies is feline-good fun
The only thing wrong with Cameron Mackintosh's updated blockbuster is the breakneck pace
Break out the boxy-shouldered blazers and the big hair - the original mean girls are back, with songs
Bigger is better - if not quite best - in Opera Australia's remount of Elijah Moshinksy's epic production
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The 2015 lineup - from angels to demons, Egypt to China, Mozart to Cole Porter...