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Musical Theatre 2016 – A Year in Review

Amidst the suckiness that was 2016, Australian theatre offered a plethora of options to escape the world for a few hours. I didn’t even get to see everything I wanted and I am still yet to see Kinky Boots (although I have my tickets). I’d expected Matilda to be the clear standout of the year but it was not the case. Read on for some brief thoughts (as there are a lot to get through) on musical theatre in 2016. Continue reading Musical Theatre 2016 – A Year in Review

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FILM REVIEW: Exodus: Gods & Kings

Exodus: Gods & Kings (Ridley Scott, 2014)

Moses supposes his toes are roses, but Moses supposes erroneously. Oh what a better film that was than this one! But we can’t spend all day singin’ in the rain. Occasionally we need a big religious epic with plenty of eyeliner. It’s just a shame that was the best aspect of this one. Continue reading FILM REVIEW: Exodus: Gods & Kings

Melbourne Theatre 2013 in Review

I haven’t seen a musical in over 2 months (*gasp*!) and I’m waiting for Grease tickets to not be a total rip, so for now I will review the year that was 2013 in the theatre world. Again there’s a fair few to get through so apologies for the length. This list mostly consists of professional musicals along with a couple of Broadway-star concerts, a charity event, and a play. Continue reading Melbourne Theatre 2013 in Review