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★★★½☆ A joyous yarn about an Indigenous family told with cheeky humour and lots of heart.
★★★½☆ Gabriel Dharmoo’s fun, quirky display of vocal gymnastics explores darker themes of cultural colonisation and Exoticism.
★★★★☆ A dynamic play with a cumulative emotional force about a young Congolese-Australian boxer facing his demons.
★★★½☆ A boldly staged Russian language production brings impressive clarity to a famously problematic play.
★★★★☆ Tension, anxiety and cracking dialogue drive Andrew Upton’s production of Mamet’s Hollywood satire.
★★★★☆ A riotous farce performed with the perfect mix of precision and sense of the ridiculous.
★★★★☆ Kate Cherry's update of Molière's 17th-century commedia d’ell arte is the complete package.
★★★★☆ The Wharf Revue offers a welcome dose of political satire and budgie-smuggling hilarity.
★★★★½ Extraordinarily powerful theatre that feels urgent and timely, yet timeless.
★★½☆☆ The staging is ingenious but the play itself is disappointingly slight.