Kate Carmanico: “I went in with high hopes for the Melbourne performer, and Josh Glanc absolutely delivered.
Kate Carmanico: “I feel like I’ve seen this show before.”
Helen Lam: “MAL is a clown show for adults. So MAL won’t be to everyone’s taste, but there’s enough energy to carry the audience for the full hour.”
Content warning: alcoholism, substance abuse, sexual violence, and spousal abuse.
Brian Carroll: “Languedoc fills the entire stage with his performance and characters.”
Livia Belcea: “The audience went wild for Ashley and Natalie and they deserved every cheer and applaud.”
Brian Carroll: “Riley Hardwick, Alex Lamarre and Lucas Caldwell have structured the play around the inherent instability of the three-hander. Alliances form between pairs of characters, only to fall apart as new information is revealed.”
Barb Popel: “Impeccable… This is a very polished show.”
Helen Lam: “The cast fully commits to portraying modern love in all its awkward glory.”
Livia Belcea: “Right off the bat, the audience understands exactly what’s in store for them as Bebe busts into dance and delivers a jaw dropping grand entrance, for which the whole audience cheered and applauded with enthusiasm. She is glowing, sparkling, and moves like she was born with high heels on.”
Brian Carroll: “Public Service Announcement: Flabbergasted is a stand-up comedy show.”
Kate Carmanico: “I found myself rooting for this first-time comedian.”
Colin Noden: “These actors/acrobats are such likable people with warm personalities. I found myself wanting them to succeed. But concern and worry get in the way of enjoyment.”
Barb Popel: “Agent Madeleine is an intriguing play about World War II. It’s based on the life of Britain’s first Muslim war heroine… and I bet you’ve never heard of her.”
Barb Popel: “Only towards the end did most of us burst out laughing. Too little, too late.”