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REVIEW: My Brilliant Career

First penned by Stella Maria Sarah Miles Franklin (1879–1954) as a novel to amuse her friends when she was a teenager, the ironically titled My Brilliant Career now makes its appearance on the Belvoir stage in a terrific adaptation by Kendall Feaver. The story tells of young Sybilla Melvyn’s attempt to break out of a […]

REVIEW: The Almighty Sometimes

For anyone who’s been touched by mental illness, no matter in what way, and that’s a lot of us, The Almighty Sometimes will sound like very familiar territory. Kind of like been there done that. Such is the accuracy of the depiction. It is a theatrical interpretation of the nightmare, dangerous and scary, that you […]