Category: Theatre Reviews – Archive

February 1, 2021 / Theatre Reviews - Archive

York Theatre, January 17 8.5/10 Even more than any gift, skill, hard work or experience, the common denominator among the greatest performers is heart. It’s their willingness to dare to be vulnerable enough to give up their inner selves for public consumption, and thereby touch us. When you combine that…

January 28, 2021 / Theatre Reviews - Archive

Reginald Theatre, January 15 9/10 Not only is the character a natural raconteur, but so is the playwright who created her (who’s also the actor playing her), and so you find yourself caught like a fly in a web of story-telling that grows stickier and denser as the play unfolds.…

January 23, 2021 / Theatre Reviews - Archive

Lennox Theatre, January 9 6.5/10 James Elazzi is torn. He’s keen to share the merry absurdities he finds in Australian-Lebanese culture, and equally keen that we care about his characters and their challenges. The two are far from irreconcilable, of course, but he is still acquiring the expertise required to…