Category: Theatre Reviews – Archive

February 3, 2020 / Theatre Reviews - Archive

Old Fitz Theatre, January 21 7.5/10 Given that corruption is now a fully legitimate tool in the democratic process (if it wasn’t always), perhaps we should look at legalising other previously reviled behavioural forms. What about such low acts as cutting other people’s kite-strings, or obliging actors to eat broken…

January 31, 2020 / Theatre Reviews - Archive

Wentworth Falls School of Arts, January 18 8/10 “Nothing that is so is so,” says Feste the fool, the only character in Twelfth Night who has a firm grip on his own heart, mind and identity. The rest are pretenders, double-dealers, liars, spongers, narcissists, sycophants, self-deceivers, maniacs, or all of…

January 29, 2020 / Theatre Reviews - Archive

Riverside Theatre, January 17 6/10 Rather like that of an early Shakespeare comedy, the plot of Bran Nue Day spirals into ever greater silliness. To hold the audience, however, it needs to ride a mounting wave of joy – a joy that can’t be faked. You should feel it as…