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Kate Prendergast

Writer

Kate Prendergast is a writer living in Sydney, with experience in the arts, publishing and journalism industries.

A few years back, she won an award for her review of the FRINGE WORLD show Crap Music Rave Party. Too long ago to boast about? Probably.

Stop Girl
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TheatreBelvoir, Surry Hills, Sydney 20 Mar - 25 Apr 2021

Stop Girl

Audrey review: Taking us to the front lines of ordinary life, Stop Girl bravely speaks up against the silence around mental health in journalism.

Jali
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ArchivedStables Theatre, Kings Cross, Sydney 16 - 27 Mar 2021

Jali

Audrey review: Brimming with generosity and unexpected humour, Oliver Twist's autobiographical monologue shines a light into the darkness.

You’re Not Special
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ArchivedKings Cross Theatre, Kings Cross, Sydney 5 - 20 Mar 2021

You’re Not Special

Audrey review: Sam O'Sullivan's play turns the truisms of our screen-dominated lives into an original, bracing and engrossing theatre experience.

Hell Hole: A Love Story
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ArchivedChippen St Theatre, Chippendale, Sydney 3 - 13 Mar 2021

Hell Hole: A Love Story

Audrey review: Saints alive? An adaptation of Jo Kadlecek's play eulogises and simplifies a remarkable life of contradiction and strife.

Green Park
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ArchivedGreen Park, Victoria Street, Darlinghurst 5 Feb - 6 Mar 2021

Green Park

Audrey review: A site-specific, intensely naturalistic outdoor performance explores the gaps and dislocations existing between generations of Sydney's queer communities.

Bad Baby Jean
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ArchivedStreaming 23 May - 30 Jun 2020

Bad Baby Jean

Brilliantly crafted, this parody black-and-white western from Perth's The Last Great Hunt gifts its audience with wholesome joy.

A Highly Filtered Picture of Dorian Gray
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ArchivedStreaming 22 - 22 May 2020

A Highly Filtered Picture of Dorian Gray

A successful mashup of Oscar Wilde's classic and internet influencer culture explores the radical instability of identity in the digital realm.

Thirsty!
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ArchivedStreaming 21 - 21 May 2020

Thirsty!

Roshelle Fong's live-streamed internet noir leaves our reviewer feeling stressed out and beachballing at the climax.

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