"There was no chance of falling asleep in this theatrical endeavour – it was intellectual, informative, funny, charming and quite outrageous," writes theatre reviewer HELEN MUSA.
"I struggle to find the value in a work that serves primarily to show that mental health problems exist for young people, and to drag you through that experience without much relent." "Fragments" was was no fun night out for theatre reviewer ARNE SJOSTEDT.
If just presenting a range of possibilities was the point and leaving it to the audience to decide, then it was neither provoking nor satisfying, writes "CityNews" reviewer LEN POWER.
Arts editor HELEN MUSA previews a new play of eight monologues called "Fragments".
Reviewer JOE WOODWARD says "Much Ado About Nothing” once again illustrates Bell Shakespeare’s ability to perform Shakespeare’s comedies very well.
THE ANU’s Za Kabuki club claims to be the longest-running Kabuki theatre group outside Japan, and will this weekend present its 42nd annual evening of Japanese theatre – in Japanese.
The fun young cast brought a lightness of touch to this adaptation of a modern Australian classic, which meant that watching them perform and enjoy their time on the Courtyard Studio stage was engaging, writes ARNE SJOSTEDT
Canberra theatre director Chenoeh Miller and her company Little Dove Theatre Art have triumphed at the Sydney Fringe Festival.
Kirsty Budding of Canberra’s Budding Theatre was announced as "YMag Woman of the Year" at a glitzy event on the Gold Coast over the weekend (Saturday, September 28).
Arts editor HELEN MUSA previews next month's staging of Bell Shakespeare’s “Much Ado about Nothing”.
CANBERRA’S annual "Come Alive" museum theatre festival for schools is coming up this week in the Courtyard Studio of the Canberra Theatre Centre. While over...
Arts editor HELEN MUSA previews Canberra Rep's new season, 'From the Edge', and discovers there's to be a new name for Theatre 3.
The curtain has come down on Theatre of Image, arts editor HELEN MUSA reports from Sydney.
Theatre / "The Woman in the Window", by Alma de Groen, directed by Liz Bradley. At Theatre 3 until September 21. Reviewed by Simone Penkethman TWO women, one in...
Karen Vickery may well be just about the most sought-after actor in Canberra, but she’s really hit her straps when it comes to her role in the “The Woman in the Window”, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
Each inhabited their roles and turned on a truly satisfying, articulate and expressive performances that left the audience watching each gesture, writes reviewer ARNE SJOSTEDT after seeing "The Good Doctor".
"Belfast Girls" is an interesting and important story, but much of the dialogue was difficult to hear and crucial revelations were inaudible or unclear, writes reviewer SIMONE PENKETHMAN.
When all the elements come together so well in the theatre, as it does in this production of "Shakespeare in Love", it’s magic and not to be missed, says reviewer LEN POWER.
The over-enthusiastic band detracted considerably from the overall enjoyment of an otherwise admirable presentation, writes reviewer BILL STEPHENS after seeing "Legally Blonde".
"Raw" comedian Isaac Butterfield returns to Canberra this weekend with an hour of sharp social observations of the society people live in today— the good, the bad and the ugly.