As I reflected with an elderly lady following the performance on the emotions that the night had drawn out of us, I attributed my tears not only the aforementioned unsettling harmonies, but also to the well-timed and noticeable changes to lighting. Basim Boulos reviews.
"Anything that begins with narration by Lee Lin Chin and ends with world domination by a sassy, flesh-eating alien plant is booked as a good time in my opinion."
Sophie Harwood reviews the Australian production of cult classic musical "Little Shop of Horrors".
"At times goofy and a little heavy handed when espousing the lessons learnt along the way, this Broadway-quality spectacle is pure entertainment, and though my expectations were high, this far exceeded them." Samuel J. Cox reviews.
It takes a certain amount of chutzpah to adapt the smash-hit you wrote for the silver screen to the stage. However, American screenwriter Bruce Joel Rubin’s reworking of his Academy Award winning film Ghost nearly pulls it off. Nicholas Monisse reviews.
Tom Durkin reviews 'Cats the Musical', hot off Lloyd Weber's London West End revival. You jellicle? Delta Goodrem had to look like a pert angelic judge of mediocrity on 'The Voice' so couldn't be a cat for Perth audiences, but that's okay. We don't need her.