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Jenna Schroder

Writer

Passionate about developing her skills as an arts journalist/critic and growing her understanding of Sydney’s creative landscape, Jenna joins Audrey Journal as an intern in 2018 while she prepares for future study.

Ear to the Edge of Time
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Theatre Seymour Centre, Chippendale, Sydney 11 - 27 Oct 2018

Ear to the Edge of Time

Audrey review: An engaging story puts women's experience in STEM industries under the microscope.

A Midnight Visit
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Theatre 655 King St, Newtown, Sydney 3 Oct - 9 Dec 2018

A Midnight Visit

Audrey review: An immersive show creates an ever-present sense that danger is just around the corner.

Maggie Stone
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Theatre Eternity Playhouse, Darlinghurst, Sydney 30 Sep - 21 Oct 2018

Maggie Stone

Audrey review: Playwright Caleb Lewis takes us behind stories we’re familiar with and into the home of a Sudanese refugee family.

Maggot
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Archived Old 505 Theatre, Newtown, Sydney 27 - 29 Sep 2018

Maggot

Audrey review: NZ trio's comedic strength lies in audience participation and chameleonic abilities.

Jane Doe
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Archived Old 505 Theatre, Newtown, Sydney 25 - 29 Sep 2018

Jane Doe

Audrey review: A moving, strongly performed work of theatre that understands when to let the audience breathe.

The Market is a Wind-Up Toy
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Archived Old 505 Theatre, Newtown, Sydney 18 - 22 Sep 2018

The Market is a Wind-Up Toy

Audrey review: An unapologetically raucous night spent skewering the economic status quo.

Something in the Water
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Archived Venues across Sydney 1 - 30 Sep 2018

Something in the Water

Having been given "a place to fail", University of Sydney students and alumni make their presence felt at the Sydney Fringe Festival.

Sydney Fringe Festival: Bigger, wilder and spreading west
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Archived Venues across Sydney 1 - 30 Sep 2018

Sydney Fringe Festival: Bigger, wilder and spreading west

This year's Festival counters the narrative that nothing interesting is going on in the Emerald City, says Kerri Glasscock.

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