At this time, the Seymour Centre does not have plans to include student productions as part of the grant.
In conversation with Libby Montilla, the performer of Seymour Centre's most recent production.
Held: This refreshingly accessible show triumphs where it departs from precedent.
Prepare to dive into the zany, seductive and sidesplittingly satirical world of the Upside Down.
This is “theatre with a purpose…beyond a fun night out”.
Unapologetically chaotic, sometimes strained, sometimes hilarious—sometimes even lyrical: welcome to the zaniness of Sydney Uni Revue.
Better than a bell curve.
Mary Ward is old and is going to tell the young people what to like
Hannah Craft watched two puppets 69 onstage. It was awesome
Jayce Carrano also reviews the 2016 Arts Revue Games