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Reviews and critical opinion on the freshest and best in theatre, opera, dance and family shows in Sydney and beyond – and our pick of the best to come

The Crucible
Theatre

The Crucible

Sport for Jove's critically acclaimed staging of Arthur Miller's witch hunt classic is revived for a brief a season in the York Theatre.

Where: Seymour Centre, Chippendale, Sydney When: 6 - 9 Mar 2019

Dust
Dance

Dust

One of the outstanding works of physical theatre presented in this year's Sydney Festival, Dust invites you to consider how we can scrutinise the past in order to shape the future.

Where: IPAC, Merrigong, NSW When: 14 - 16 Mar 2019

The Miser
Theatre

The Miser

John Bell returns to the company that bears his name to play one of Moliere's most memorable creations.

Where: Sydney Opera House, Bennelong Point When: 2 Mar - 6 Apr 2019

March Dance
Festival

March Dance

A new month-long contemporary dance festival, March Dance presents over 50 dance events in 31 days.

Where: Venues across Sydney When: 1 - 31 Mar 2019

Monty Python’s Spamalot
Musical

Monty Python’s Spamalot

From One-Eyed Man Productions, the Sydney premiere of the musical that rhymes with, er ... pram a lot.

Where: Hayes Theatre Company, Potts Point, Sydney When: 6 Mar - 6 Apr 2019

Grounded
Theatre

Grounded

Inspired by the controversy over remotely controlled hunter-killers, Grounded takes aim at the ethically murky world of modern warfare.

Where: Riverside Theatres, Parramatta, Sydney When: 14 - 23 Mar 2019

Recital
Dance

Recital

A mesmerising double act demonstrates how movement sounds and how sound moves.

Where: Riverside Theatres, Parramatta, Sydney When: 28 Feb - 2 Mar 2019

Seed Bomb
Theatre

Seed Bomb

Kat hates the city. Then she collides with a bike-riding anarchist guerrilla gardener. Who knows what might bloom?

Where: Old 505 Theatre, Newtown, Sydney When: 5 - 9 Mar 2019

Project Bestfriendship
Theatre

Project Bestfriendship

Three years ago by the icy Shoalhaven river, playwrights Ang, Charles, and Eliza formed an unbreakable bond.

Where: Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre, Penrith, NSW When: 25 Feb - 2 Mar 2019

Fierce
Theatre

Fierce

Jane e Thompson’s play tracks the career of Suzie Flack, a gifted Australian Rules player who achieves her lifelong dream.

Where: Old Fitzroy Theatre, Woolloomooloo, Sydney When: 20 Mar - 13 Apr 2019

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Metamorphosis
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TheatreChippen St Theatre, Chippendale, Sydney 7 - 16 Feb 2019

Metamorphosis

Audrey review: This Metamorphosis doesn’t feel as pertinent as it did in the wake of the Global Financial Crisis but Clock & Spiel make it worth your while.

Peter Pan Goes Wrong
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TheatreLyric Theatre, Pyrmont, Sydney 13 Feb - 3 Mar 2019

Peter Pan Goes Wrong

Audrey review: Hilarious for anyone who can appreciate the funny side of people being whacked unconscious, having their clothes yanked off, or set on fire.

Mary Stuart
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TheatreRosyln Packer Theatre, Walsh Bay, Sydney 5 Feb - 2 Mar 2019

Mary Stuart

Audrey review: A rich and satisfying work of theatre and more proof – were it needed – that Kate Mulvany is a stellar talent.

The Moors
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TheatreSeymour Centre, Chippendale, Sydney 7 Feb - 1 Mar 2019

The Moors

Audrey review: An intriguing play ponders the monstrosity that yearning and isolation can seed in the psyche.

Tuesday
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TheatreBelvoir Downstairs, Surry Hills, Sydney 6 - 23 Feb 2019

Tuesday

Audrey review: The first play in the second season of Belvoir’s 25A program sets a high bar.

My Night With Reg
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TheatreNew Theatre, Newtown, Sydney 5 Feb - 9 Mar 2019

My Night With Reg

Audrey review: It's a long way from the cutting edge of queer theatre but Kevin Elyot's comedy remains an affecting portrait of its times and a reminder of past heartache.

The Wolves
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TheatreBelvoir, Surry Hills, Sydney 2 Feb - 3 Mar 2019

The Wolves

Audrey review: With more space to play this time, Sarah DeLappe's action-filled portrait of an all-female football team kicks goal after goal.

The Rise and Fall of Little Voice
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TheatreEternity Playhouse, Darlinghurst, Sydney 1 - 21 Feb 2019

The Rise and Fall of Little Voice

Audrey review: For those expecting Coronation St with songs, director Shaun Rennie and designer Isabel Hudson have a surprise in store.

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