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Follow Me Home review

17.06.21 Thomas Weatherall and Jasper Lee-Lindsay in Follow Me Home. Photo by Tracey Schramm. Follow Me Home, starring Laneikka Denne, Jasper Lee-Lindsay, Sofia Nolan and Thomas Weatherall, presented by ATYP at Griffin Theatre Company, explores the gritty reality of youth homelessness which currently affects thousands of young people around the…
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Position Vacant: Digital Engagement Designer

Name of Position: Digital Engagement Designer Reports To: Director, Strategic Initiatives Term of contract: 24 months, 0.4FTE Remuneration: base annual salary of $60,000 pro rata plus superannuation Objectives ● In Consultation with the Director, Strategic Initiatives, drive engagement across ATYP’s digital platforms including the ATYP website, ATYP On Demand and…
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Grand Horizons review

14.06.21 Linda Cropper, Johnny Nasser, Zindzi Okenyo, Guy Simon and John Bell in Sydney Theatre Company’s Grand Horizons, 2021. Photo: Prudence Upton © Grand Horizons, written by Bess Wohl, follows Nancy and Bill who decide, after fifty years together, to call quits on their marriage. This prompts their children to…
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Hot Mess review

10.06.21 HOT MESS. Photo by Clare Hawley. Hot Mess is a pee-your-pants-funny, bold, and self-aware comedy that stages the moments every queer womxn knows, loves and laughs about. From a song about abortion rights to the struggles of peeing in a jumpsuit to crying about your ex-girlfriend in the bathroom,…
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Dreaming of Vivisection – American Psycho review

08.06.21 American Psycho: The Musical. Photo by Daniel Boud. Leave your sanity at the door and enter a world run rampant with killer fashion and fashionable killers… American Psycho: The Musical is a darkly satirical piece filled with finely tailored suits and witty one-liners sharper than a knife. Directed by…
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Once review

04.06.21 The cast of Once at Darlinghurst Theatre Company. Photo by Robert Catto. From the very first chord in the show, we’re drawn into the world of Guy, played by Toby Francis, as he plays about his woeful heart and lack of love for life or music. The set is…
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