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Fake It Until You Make It (Kind Of)

Fake It Until You Make It ( Kind Of)

By Liam Jarvis Since getting involved in my first theatre show as a lighting operator (yes, turning lights on and off) with NUTS’ (NSW University Theatrical Society), Measure for Measure I have discovered a serious passion for theatre that I previously had no idea existed. And in these 18 months since, …

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Review: NUTS’ presents Savages

Review: NUTS' presents Savages

If you want to lose your faith in men entirely, NUTS’ production of Savages is perfect evening viewing. Four horny, aggressive, lonely blokes sail away on a cruise ship for the boys’ trip of a lifetime. However, their close living quarters quickly feel suffocating as old rivalries resurface and tensions …

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Review: NUTS’ presents Dusa, Fish, Stas and Vi

Review: NUTS' presents Dusa, Fish, Stas and Vi

All-female plays aren’t very common. In fact, statistically, women in the Arts aren’t that common. The ratio of women to men in the performing arts is around 3:10, and women make up only 7% of the top directors in Hollywood. That’s what makes the New South Wales University Theatrical Society’s …

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Review: The Laden Table, bAKEHOUSE Theatre Company

Review: The Laden Table, bAKEHOUSE Theatre Company

bAKEHOUSE Theatre Company’s The Laden Table is a risqué but honest look into contemporary Australian familial life and that which divides us. In an era where religious differences are once again at the forefront of the news cycle and public conversations, The Laden Table examines how these perceptions of one another …

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Interview: James Raggart, BLINK

Interview: James Raggart, BLINK

Blitz sat down with James Raggart, co-star of the play BLINK – a quirky, dysfunctional, voyeuristic love story, but a love story nonetheless.  Could you give us a brief summary of the play? The play is about two young people from regional UK, who move to London for separate reasons. Through the …

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Review and Interview: The Original Grease

Squabbalogic’s ‘The Original Grease’ opened this weekend at the Reginald Theatre at the Seymour Centre. Despite being the classic story of Sandy, Danny and their Rydell High classmates, this production is unlike the ‘Grease’ you have seen or heard before. Squabbalogic has revamped the show with new arrangements, a fresh …

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Review: Arcadia (Sydney Theatre Company)

Whilst history and memory have long opposed each other in a conflict between the truth and the fabricated, the purposes of both are clear…to remember. Tom Stoppard’s ‘Arcadia’ emphasizes this conflict by offering a unique perspective that can only be portrayed in art rather than reality; he shows both. The …

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Review: Little Shop of Horrors (The Play)

Over the last few months, Sydney has welcomed big-hit musicals including Les Miserables, Matilda, The Sound of Music and now, the upcoming opening of The Fiddler on the Roof. Against these big names, which have all achieved commendable success on stages across the globe, opening what is best described as …

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