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HELLO AGAIN is a love and lust musical drama that follows the loose liaisons of ten characters in various decades of the twentieth century. This is a high quality production with an excellent orchestra, choreography that is especially delightful and a cast with many fine voices. My only quibble is that the fine orchestra sometimes drowns out the singers’ voices.

Hat Trick’s production captures wonderfully the various eras and locations depicted with beautifully rendered costumes, sets and lighting. The ten vignettes portray interesting scenarios of seduction, betrayal, longing and desire. Each scene focuses on a couple and one of them features in the subsequent scene, providing a thread of continuity and a meandering storyline. We meet people caught up in the First World War, the maiden voyage of The Titanic and the party scene of The Seventies. The little dramas offer observations about romance and relationships. Many of the characters are cruel and obnoxious, some are charming and enticing, and the writer has made some very funny observations about these players. Continue reading HELLO AGAIN @ THE FACTORY THEATRE

One Double Pass To See Back In Time @ Factory Theatre Marrickville


Sydney’s leading Festival for cult and underground films, the Sydney Underground Film Festival (SUFF) has announced its line up for the 2015 Festival, taking place between the  17th and the 20th September at the Factory Theatre, 105 Victoria Road, Marrickville.

Over four big days, the Festival will screen over 100 films sourced from the very best in subversive, experimental, and controversial films internationally, including featuring Australian premieres, retrospectives and Q&A screenings alongside masterclasses and special musical performances. Continue reading One Double Pass To See Back In Time @ Factory Theatre Marrickville