Four twenty-twenty vision for the latest MUSE feat.
Students have waited long enough for a good campus theatre
This show is the most fun you’ll have this week
An irritating plot lets down stellar character performances.
This is “theatre with a purpose…beyond a fun night out”.
Jess Zlotnick reviews Curtains, the latest MUSE show to hit the Seymour Centre Stage
Photo by Dan Allen Sydney University Musical Society’s (MUSE) latest offering, directed by Hayden Tonazzi, did justice to its rendition of Peter Rutherford’s “The Hatpin”. As a musical based on the nineteenth century life of Amber Murray, the performance navigated the damning impact of misogyny on a woman who was forced to give her illegitimate…
Victoria Zerbst did not want to play musical chairs, but she did want to report on it.
Eden Faithfull attended a preview of a musical that works every time.
In the interval of MUSE’s current production of A Man of No Importance (adapted from Albert Finney’s 1994 film of the same name) I learned why I had never heard of it before. Curtis Goding (director) and Doug Emery (musical director) are staging the show’s Australian debut and they have found themselves a hidden gem.…