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Britney Spears: The Cabaret  Review Quotes


Whelan-Browne is remarkable
A fascinating exercise in inversion

Joel Meares, Sydney Morning Herald

Whelan Browne delivers her performance with laser precision, switching in a nano-second from dumb broad to sweet innocent without you seeing it coming
Assisted superbly by music director Matthew Frank at the piano, Whelan Browne interprets Spears’s songs with ferocious energy (she’s a great singer – no Auto-Tune required here!) and point

Deborah Jones, The Australian

This is a show that’s side-splittingly funny
Bryant’s script is full of sharp, incisive one-liners
Bryant has created what is, in many ways, a classic confessional cabaret
Whelan-Browne’s comedic timing is spot-on, bringing the blonde bombshell to life, meaning that every gag cuts through and lands. But what’s really impressive is how she immerses herself in the character, injecting her with energy and passion. Her voice is superb, combining the character-driven style of musical theatre with tinges of pop
Matthew Frank’s accompaniment and musical arrangements are stunning
The entire show speaks with a distinctive and cohesive musical voice
One of the finest cabarets to grace Australian stages this decade 
Absolutely unmissable

Ben Neutze, The Daily Review

Whelan-Browne dazzles from the moment she steps on stage
At every turn Whelan-Browne is in fine voice with a droll Frank, at his grand piano, the perfect foil for our diva
An affecting piece of theatre

Veronica Hannon, SX