The 7 Stages of Grieving review

26.05.21 Elaine Crombie in STC’s The 7 Stages of Grieving. Photo by Joseph Mayers. The line between watching a performance and being completely engulfed in a performance is quite thin, and The 7 Stages of Grieving managed to not only cross that line but erase it altogether. The 7 Stages…

2021 Rebel Wilson Comedy Commission Winner

After careful consideration of a powerful selection of entries, Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP) and ATYP Ambassador Rebel Wilson are delighted to announce the winner of the 2021 Rebel Wilson Comedy Commission is Sydney-based actor and writer Nikita Waldron. Waldron is thrilled to be this year’s winner. “It is…

Tiny Universe review

21.05.21 Tiny Universe by Shopfront Arts Co-op and Milk Crate Theatre. Image by Clare Hawley. One of the many things that makes theatre an interesting medium to create work for is the many forms and styles that are on hand for artists and companies to use when exploring the ideas…

A Room Of One’s Own review

12.05.21 Anita Hegh in Belvoir’s A Room of One’s Own. Photo by Brett Boardman. Virginia Woolf’s A Room Of One’s Own was written and performed as a series of lectures almost a century ago, but it still maintains relevance today. It has been adapted by director Carissa Licciardello and writer…

Two Twenty Somethings review

12.05.21 Two Twenty Somethings at KXT. Photo by Clare Hawley. Walking out of the theatre from Two Twenty Somethings Decide Never To Be Stressed About Anything Ever Again. Ever., I looked at my friend, she looked back and we immediately compared the play’s characters to our mutual friends. Throughout the…

Stabbing and Sensational – Dogged review

08.05.21 Dogged at Griffin Theatre Company. Photo by Brett Boardman. “You ever feel like you’re being watched?” is the question asked to us by a stalking Dingo. Separated from her pack, searching for missing pups, she weaves through landscapes and beckons us to enter her world; a world almost lost,…