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30 Something

Cabaret darling Catherine Alcorn and Australia’s award-winning musician, actor and comedian Phil Scott are joining forces this October and converging on the Hayes Theatre. Their cabaret-come-comedy show 30 Something will see the pair performing original and re-spun musical hits.  Catherine and Phil are taking the audience back to New Year’s Eve, 1939. They’re in bohemian […]

REVIEW: Torch Song Trilogy

Harvey Feirstein’s semi-autobiographical play garnered him a bagful of awards and became a seminal work in the gay genre. It’s set in New York in the 1970s, but take away all the temporal cues and it still feels contemporary and relevant. This production by Darlinghurst Theatre Company is a reprisal of director Stephen Colyer’s much […]

The Wharf Revue 2017 – The Patriotic Rag

Sydney Theatre Company’s Wharf Revue has rolled around again with a plentiful supply of satirical humour based on the year’s political events at home and abroad. First-timer Blazey Best brings her brand of craziness to this year’s comic confection titled, The Patriotic Rag. Blazey was tailor-made for the female roles in this production, if only on […]

Phil Scott’s REVIEWING THE SITUATION

The productions at Hayes Theatre Co. are usually a delight. Returning this year to their 2016 Cabaret season for its fifth performance is one of its finer productions, Reviewing The Situation. For over thirty years pianist, singer, writer and comedian Phil Scott has been delivering cabaret audiences from boredom. This seasoned cabaret artist has now teamed up […]