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MARGARET FULTON: Queen of the Dessert

MARGARET FULTON: Queen of the Dessert

Review by: Coral Drouyn  Stage Whispers November 2012

MARGARET FULTON: Queen of the Dessert

MARGARET FULTON: Queen of the Dessert

Review by: Chris Boyd The Australian 23 November 2012

MARGARET FULTON: Queen of the Dessert

MARGARET FULTON: Queen of the Dessert

Review by: Bradley Storer Theatre Press 22 November 2012

MARGARET FULTON: Queen of the Dessert

MARGARET FULTON: Queen of the Dessert

Review by: Kate Herbert Herald Sun 22 November2012

THREE & HALF STARS

MARGARET FULTON: Queen of the Dessert

MARGARET FULTON: Queen of the Dessert

Review: Simon Parris Theatre People 22 November 2012

FOUR STARS

OUR CHALK CIRCLE

OUR CHALK CIRCLE

Review by Cameron Woodhead: The Age 9 November 2012

MARGARET FULTON: Queen of the Dessert

MARGARET FULTON: Queen of the Dessert

Pass the pavlova - Australia's culinary queen has a musical in her honour.

Article by Mary-Jane Daffy: The Age 6 November, 2012

MARGARET FULTON: Queen of the Dessert

MARGARET FULTON: Queen of the Dessert

Article: October 8, 2012 by Betty Barker in The Vulture

Margaret Fulton musical a sauce of wonder

Margaret Fulton musical a sauce of wonder

Article: Sally Bennett Sunday Herald Sun - September 16, 2012

Image: Amy Lehpamer will perform the lead role in the Margaret Fulton: Queen of Dessert. Picture: Tess Follett Source: Herald Sun

NO CHILD...

NO CHILD...

Review: Cameron Woodhead The Age 11 Oct 2012

FOUR STARS

NO CHILD...

NO CHILD...

Review: Eleanor Howlett Australian Stage Wednesday 10 October 2012

FIVE STARS

NO CHILD...

NO CHILD...

Review: Kate Herbert Theatre Review Wednesday 10 October 2012

FIVE STARS

NO CHILD...

NO CHILD...

Review:  Melanie Sheridan artsHub October 10, 2012

4 stars out of 5

NO CHILD...

NO CHILD...

Review: Tammy Shmerling Stage Whispers

NO CHILD...

NO CHILD...

Review: Kate Rose Herald Sun October 10, 2012 11:05AM

FIVE STARS

Hello my name is

Hello my name is

NICOLA GUNN'S NEW SOLO WORK, review by Kate Herbert Blogspot/Herald Sun 23 Sept, 2012

Charismatic comic shoots straight

Charismatic comic shoots straight

Hello my name is   The Age review by Cameron Woodhead September 21, 2012

3.5 Stars

Hello my name is

Hello my name is

Ping pong shows the play is the thing The Age Robin Usher September 17, 2012

Hello my name is

Hello my name is

Beat Magazine article by Sam Wilson September 12, 2012

The Memorandium

The Memorandium

Artshub review by Helen Begley Monday 20, August

Rating: 4 stars out of 5

The Memorandium

The Memorandium

Stage Whispers review by Sara Bannister August 2012

The Memorandium

The Memorandium

Theatre Press review by Myron My August 18, 2012

The Memorandium

The Memorandium

INPRESS article August 15, 2012

The Memorandium

The Memorandium

Theatre People Monday 13 August 2012

Parkland Avenue and Project Two

Parkland Avenue and Project Two

The Age August 7, 2012
Reviewed by Jordan Beth Vincent

3 out of 5 Stars

This is a Door

This is a Door

Behind The Critical Curtain Cameron Woodhead

August 5, 2012

This is a Door

This is a Door

Australian Stage Review by Nick Spunde
29 July, 2012

This Is A Door

This Is A Door

The play's the thing: let the adult games begin

The Age Robin Usher July 23, 2012

This is a Door

This is a Door

Lemon Jousting by Bernie DeKoven onJuly 16, 2012

HIMMELWEG

HIMMELWEG

Theatre People Review by Ian Nott
25 June, 2012

HIMMELWEG: Way to Heaven

HIMMELWEG: Way to Heaven

Stage Whispers Review by Lucy Graham

HIMMELWEG

HIMMELWEG

Theatre Press Review by Adam Tonking
June 23, 2012

HIMMELWEG

HIMMELWEG

Robin Usher The Age 15 June 2012

reasons to be pretty

reasons to be pretty

Review: By Sofia Monkiewicz artsHub | Wednesday, June 06, 2012

READ REVIEW

reasons to be pretty

reasons to be pretty

Review: By Taryn Hunter Milk Bar 3 June 2012

READ REVIEW

reasons to be pretty

reasons to be pretty

Review: By Elly Varrenti The Age June 6, 2012

READ REVIEW

reasons to be pretty

reasons to be pretty

everguide Paul Denny interview with Delima Shanti 22 May 2012

reasons to be pretty

reasons to be pretty

Time Out reprint 23 April 2012

reasons to be pretty

reasons to be pretty

Bard of the bastards gets physical

Article by Elissa Blake: The Age 29 May, 2012

reasons to be pretty

reasons to be pretty

Article May 15, 2012 MCV Andrew Shaw

Persona

Persona

Behind The Critical Curtain Cameron Woodhead May 28, 2012

Persona

Persona

theatre notes Independent arts commentary by Alison Croggon

Thu 24 May, 2012

Persona

Persona

The Morning After: Performing Arts in Australia Chris Boyd

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Persona

Persona

Herald Sun
Reviewer: Kate Herbert on May 22, 2012
Stars: ***1/2

Persona

Persona

Kate Herbert Theatre Reviews

Monday 21, May 2012

reasons to be pretty

reasons to be pretty

Theatre People Submitted by K.E. Weber on Monday, 21st May 2012

 

Duo on the edge in world of pain

Duo on the edge in world of pain

The Age: Robin Usher
May 15, 2012

A masterpiece has been given a new treatment.

The Girls in Grey

The Girls in Grey

www.stagewhispers.com.au

Review: Suzanne Sandow
Friday 4 May, 2012

The Girls in Grey

The Girls in Grey

The Signal Express

Review: Billie Tumarkin
Monday 30 April, 2012

THIS tribute to the nurses who tended our diggers during World War I opened, fittingly, on a cold and rainy Anzac Day.

THIS tribute to the nurses who tended our diggers during World War I opened, fittingly, on a cold and rainy Anzac Day.

www.hearldsun.com.au

Review: The Girls in Grey, Theatre Works
Kate Herbert
From: Herald Sun April 30, 201212:00AM
Stars: ★★★

ANZAC Day holds a special place in the hearts of many Australians...

ANZAC Day holds a special place in the hearts of many Australians...

www.artshub.com.au

Review: Sofia Monkiewicz
Artshub, Monday April 30, 2012

Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5

ANZAC Day was the perfect date for The Shift Theatre to open with The Girls in Grey

ANZAC Day was the perfect date for The Shift Theatre to open with The Girls in Grey

Melbourne Observer

Review: Cheryl Threadgold
Melbourne Observer, 2  May 2012, Page 53

COLLABORATION THE PROJECT

COLLABORATION THE PROJECT

Review: Collaboration the Project's Collide 18 April, 2012

Talking Pointes: Dance commentary and reviews by Jordan Beth Vincent

COLLABORATION THE PROJECT

COLLABORATION THE PROJECT

Review by Paul Ransom: Informa Dance Collide 12 April 2012

Reviving the forgotten women of war

Reviving the forgotten women of war

www.theage.com.au

Article: The Age: April 21, 2012 Robin Usher

All together now

All together now

www.theage.com.au

Article: The Age: February 13, 2012, Robin Usher

Fraught Outfit adapts Persona, Ingmar Bergman's cinematic masterpiece, for the stage.

Fraught Outfit adapts Persona, Ingmar Bergman's cinematic masterpiece, for the stage.

Timeout Melbourne [article 23 March 2012]
Words by Andrew Fuhrmann

Artshub: Review of Hose & Tinkertown

Artshub: Review of Hose & Tinkertown

www.artshub.com.au

Review: By Jenny Penton | Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Rating: four stars

Unanswered

Unanswered

www.theaustralian.com.au

Review: Chris Boyd: The Australian 31 January 2012

Arts Hub: Review The Year of Magical Wanking

www.artshub.com.au

Review: January 24 2012

By Richard Watts

The Age: The Year of Magical Wanking Review

The Age: The Year of Magical Wanking Review

www.theage.com.au

Review: 19 January 2012

By Elly Varrenti
★ ★ ★ ★

Arts Hub: Review Mother/SON 4.5 stars

www.artshub.com.au

Review: 18 January 2012

By Aleksia Barron

Milkbarmag: Review Negative Energy Inc.

Milkbarmag: Review Negative Energy Inc.

www.milkbarmag.com

17 January 2012

By Carla Sammut

Mastering the art of Negativity: Souther Star Observer interview with Ash Flanders

Mastering the art of Negativity: Souther Star Observer interview with Ash Flanders

www.starobserver.com


Article: January 12 2012

By Drew Sherlock

samesame.com.au review of Mother/SON

samesame.com.au review of Mother/SON

www.samesame.com.au

Review: 12 Jan 2012, By Travis de jonk

Time Out Melbourne: Meet the Artistic Director

Time Out Melbourne: Meet the Artistic Director

www.au.timeout.com

Article: January 4 2012, By Andrew Fuhrmann

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