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Reviewing The Situation

Scott creates an endearing character with a ready wit, who sees how and where it all went wrong but accepts the situation without bitterness

Jo Litson, Scene and Heard


Dedications

Featuring classic love songs from artists includingWhitney Houston, Aerosmith, Lionel Ritchie,Michael Bolton, Kiss ,Cyndi Lauper,Leonard Cohenand more, Dedications - Starring John O'Hara is a love affair you'll never regret.

Jade Kops, Broadway World


Little Diana and the Big Fuzz

Bree Langridgeis an exceedingly charming performer

She inhabits the whole stage, strutting and dancing like a rock star, sometimes to deafening effect.

Rebecca Whitton, Australian Stage Online


Jim Morrison: Kaleidascope

Lucente is an incredible performer, an undeniable force.

Not all artists are creative and not all singers are artists. Lucente is all of these things.

Cassie Tongue, Aussie Theatre


Hair to the Throne

McQueen’s voice is powerful enough to hit you in the face
Toni Carroll, Oz Baby Boomers


MDMA: Modern Day Maiden Aunt

She can be hilarious, she can sing her yellow stockings off

Her biggest achievement is not the rabbit warren of jokes and observations about the joys and pitfalls of having children versus not having children, but the way she moves from being a brash, in-your-face entertainer to being surprisingly endearing
John Shand, Sydney Morning Herald


Kurt

Burford has a great, growling, gravelly rock voice that is perfectly suited to Nirvana’s material and Cobain’s angst-filled, raging vocals.

Jo Litson, The Sunday Telegraph


Painted From Memory

Falzon and Fox, along with Sullivan and their instrumentalists, give polished and likeable performances in a tight, smart show

Peter Gotting, Stage Whispers


Reception the Musical

 

Reception: The musical really puts the office environment into perspective in an extremely entertaining and humorous way

Samantha Rose, Weekend Notes


Rob Mills is “Suprisingly Good”

Newcomer to the Cabaret stage, Rob Mills proves that he is just as suited to the intimate genre as the big musical stages and television

Mills shares his story with fresh honesty and self-deprecating humor.

Jade Kops, Broadway World