Category: Theatre review

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Greek family drama takes us on a voyage of tragedy and comedy

I have an 11-year-old boy, and it’s next to impossible to imagine him running away from home to sell counterfeit whiskey on the streets of Cairo. But that’s what George Catsi’s father did*, and the fantastical tale is one of many in Catsi’s one-man show, Am I Who I Say I Am? Eleven-year-old Emmanuel would ply customers with a small sampler, and once they agreed to buy … Read More Greek family drama takes us on a voyage of tragedy and comedy

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Sydney Festival 2016 Reviews

  La Verità First published by Daily Review, 10 January 2016 Acrobats climb and fly in physics-defying movements through double helix ladders suspended from the sky. Dancers on crutches vault and sail over the stage without their bodies touching the floor. A rhinoceros plays piano while his twin tries to capture floating tissue sheets of music. Inspired by the surrealist worlds of Salvador Dali, the Sydney … Read More Sydney Festival 2016 Reviews

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