Given the choice, would you save your family and yourself from persecution or condemn others to certain death?
BLONDE POISON is a remarkable one-woman play about beauty, treachery and the high price of survival, starring Best Actress Nominee at the 2015 Sydney Theatre Awards, Belinda Giblin. Back by popular demand for a strictly limited season, see one of Australia’s leading actresses like you’ve never seen her before at the Studio theatre, Sydney Opera House from 28 April. Tickets are on sale from 22 February. Continue reading BLONDE POISON @ STUDIO THEATRE SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE→
On Monday Night 18th January 2016, all the winners of the 2015 Sydney Theatre Awards were announced in a star-studded gala ceremony. This year thirty-six Awards were presented, shared between nineteen Sydney productions, seen on stage during calendar year 2015.
The musical theatre categories were this year expanded to recognise the increased breadth of work across both the commercial and independent sector in 2015. Reflecting the recent growth in musical productions in Sydney, additional categories received awards this year.
Over 350 members of the Sydney theatre community gathered in the auditorium at Paddington RSL Club, to celebrate all the winners of the 2015 Sydney Theatre Awards. At the ceremony, you very quickly learn about how very many people it takes to keep a city of theatre going, and an example is MATILDA which has over two hundred people actively involved in the production.
The nominations have been announced for the annual Sydney Theatre Awards for 2014. The nominations were spread across a record 49 productions, that played on live theatre stages in Sydney, both mainstream and independent, during calendar year 2014. All the reviewers responsible for selecting their nominations for the Sydney Theatre Awards, had the feeling that 2014 was an extraordinary year for live theatre in Sydney.
Hayes Theatre Company’s Sweet Charityhas received a massive nine nominations. Sport for Jove’s All’s Well That Ends Well with eight nominations, and Sydney Theatre Company’s Switzerland and Squabbologic’s The Drowsy Chaperone each have seven nominations. Bell Shakespeare’s Henry V and Red Line Productions’ Howie the Rookie have both received six nominations.