IN a terrific coup for Alex Budd and his team at Canberra Theatre, news is to hand today (October 7) that the new, improved "Wharf Revue" will be the first production on stage in the big theatre after the Canberra lockdown ends and business
Adam Brown and Tama Jarman are both expert and appealing comedians with a highly developed sense of comic timing and the ability to involve an audience directly, writes reviewer LEN POWER about the show "Potted Potter".
Given the quality of the opening night cast and performance, there is a strong temptation to attend other performances to experience the various interpretations, writes reviewer BILL STEPHENS of "Carmen".
After a long night's journey through the vicissitudes of this unlikely menagerie, ”The Governor's Family” is able only to offer a conclusion which is neither bang nor whimper, writes reviewer PHILLIP MACKENZIE.
When arts editor HELEN MUSA catches up with director Tony Llewellyn-Jones, he’s on the last round of technical and dress rehearsals for Canberra REP's fourth production for 2021, “The Governor’s Family”.