Dogged is a bruising, brilliantly crafted work of contemporary theatre that demonstrates the work that can emerge when creative power is shared.
Kate Prendergast is a writer, reviewer and creative cobbler based in Sydney. Her writing has been published in The Lifted Brow, Audrey Journal, Limelight, Overland and Time Out. She interviews authors and manages socials for Roaring Stories Bookshop in Balmain, Sydney.
Articles by Kate Prendergast
When supplies of black paint from the US dried up during COVID, STC and Robertson's Paints created a superior local version that's highly durable, more eco-friendly and half the price.
Pitched to "women of a certain age", Debra Oswald's solo show will deliver a fine time for many, but could do with a bit of a trim.
A roundly entertaining and sumptuous-looking comic foray into the false calls of nostalgia.
A vein-throbbing, sure-fire crowd-pleaser, suitable for families, this show will leave you shook.
Believe the hype. The Fangirls phenomenon is real. This could be the most fun you have in the theatre this year!
Limelight sent two critics to Circa's Peepshow – and they had very different responses. Read our 2-star and 4-star reviews.
A solid cast and a few bursts of genuine laughter could not firm this limp, over-extended play.
Graced by a uniformly excellent cast, Kate Champion’s assured directorship, bounteous humour, and an evocative, finely toned production, Kendall Feaver's adaptation of My Brilliant Career is, in a word, brilliant.
Review: The Wharf Revue – Good Night and Good Luck (Sydney Theatre Company presented by Riverside Theatres)
The final Wharf Revue under the STC banner is a night of frivolity and fast costume changes, where all that is puffed up in politics is satisfyingly pricked.
Wicked Sisters leaves us contemplating who amongst our closest we can trust.
Kodie Bedford’s raucously funny debut play gives us a big-hearted story that sings true.
Mark Rogers' award-winning Superheroes is a play that spirals its way under your skin.