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Category: Theatre Companies

Review: Emily of Emerald Hill by W!ld Rice

A stellar performance from Ivan Heng at W!ld Rice’s new home.  In many ways, Stella Kon’s Emily of Emerald Hill should be considered one of W!ld Rice’s most signature productions. Each time […]

Review: Urinetown by Pangdemonium

Piss-perfect performance to round off Pangdemonium’s 2019 season. If Les Miserables was the musical that brought the romance to revolution, then Mark Hollmann and Greg Kotis’ Urinetown is almost certainly the one that […]

Review: A Clockwork Orange by Teater Ekamatra

Teater Ekamatra drags audiences into a dangerous dystopia where nothing and nobody can be trusted. Across the history of dystopian fiction, there is perhaps none quite as visceral and teetering […]

Review: 1984 by The Young Company

The latest batch of Young Company graduates tackles Orwell’s magnum opus. George Orwell’s 1984 is a classic of modern literature, imagining a terrifying dystopian world of surveillance states and totalitarian governments. […]

Preview: Urinetown – The Musical by Pangdemonium

Following their mid-year production of original play This is What Happens to Pretty Girls, Pangdemonium rounds off the year with one heck of a splash with multiple-award winning musical satire Urinetown.  Gleefully taking […]