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MURDER, SHE SANG @ THE NEWSAGENCY

“Remember those sweet words, ’till death do us part…’”

Revenge is a dish best served sizzling and this femme fatale is cooking with gas… From doting housewife to murderous seductress, join our lethal lady on a high-speed joyride through the thrilling twists and turns of a classic film noir mystery – only this time through her eyes, not private eyes. Watch the plot unravel at the hands of this manipulative, malevolent, man-eating mastermind.

MURDER, SHE SANG stars emerging musical theatre performer Caitlin Rose. Caitlin has previously delighted Sydney audiences in Little Triangle’s critically acclaimed productions of Sunday in the Park with George and Merrily We Roll Along. She featured in ATYP’s award-winning production of Spring Awakening and was a 2018 Semi-Finalist in the Rob Guest Endowment Awards. In September, Caitlin will feature in Little Triangle’s Nine as Carla Albanese.

Established in early 2017, Little Triangle aims to present underperformed theatrical productions that challenge audiences and performers alike at a low price point – in the hopes to expand, educate and diversify the music theatre audience base, especially amongst young people.

MURDER, SHE SANG: A Lethal Cabaret Starring Caitlin Rose
Conceived by Alexander Andrews & Caitlin Rose
Written by Hayden Rodgers
Directed & Designed by Alexander Andrews
Music Directed & Accompanied by Harry Collins
Produced by Rose McClelland
Photography by Shakira Wilson

Doors 7pm for a 7:30pm show.

Tickets:
$25+bf online
$30 on the door (if any left)

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SEASON DETAILS
13 June, 7:30PM & 14 June, 7:30pm at the Newsagency, 74-75 Pyrmont Bridge Road, Glebe.

For more about Murder, She Sang, visit http://www.thenewsagencyvenue.com/shows/murdershesang
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A Little Night Music @ The Seymour Centre

Louise Flynn as Desiree and Stuart Bryan as Fredrik in the Sydney University Music Ensemble's production of Stephen Sondheim's classic, A LITTLE  NIGHT MUSIC
Inset pic- Louise Flynn as Desiree and Stuart Bryan as Fredrik . Featured pic- The cast of A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC in the Sydney University Music Ensemble’s production of Stephen Sondheim’s classic, A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC

The setting for A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC at the Everest Theatre is simple. Black risers upstage on the right. On the left, a large, bare branch artfully suspended parallel to the floor above a grand piano. But this is not indicative of stripped back production. There are rich and detailed aspects to this The University Of Sydney Musical Theatre Ensemble (MUSE) production of the Sondheim classic.

Rather, the branch is just a branch. Recognizable for what it is despite its lack of leaves. What lies under what the world sees, is the metaphor.

Fredrik Egerman, a middle aged lawyer, in Sweden in the early 1900s appears to have exactly what other men desire. But he has a reluctant 18 year old bride on his hands. Anne remains a virgin eleven months after their marriage and Fredrik is drawn back to a former lover, Desiree Armfield, formerly a noted actress who is reduced to playing small towns in rep. Continue reading A Little Night Music @ The Seymour Centre