Dennis Clements

Dennis Clements is a NIDA Acting graduate and has a BA focused on Literature, Theatre and Journalism. He won the Theatre prize in his graduation year from Curtin University in WA. He has extensive leading role performance credits in both professional and community based companies, and has directed numerous productions for Bankstown Theatre Company and Ashfield Musical society. He is a registered Marriage Celebrant if you want to get hitched, and has also reviewed for Australian Stage online theatre magazine for several years.

Dennis's Latest Articles


Performance review: Briefs – Dirty Laundry, Sydney Mardi Gras

A Mardi Gras headline act, this queer acrobatic troupe returns for more mischief.

Tiny Beautiful Things. Image is a middle-aged woman in a red shirt and brown cardigan, with long fair hair. She is holding her hands up in the air with her elbows bent, as if explaining something.

Theatre review: Tiny Beautiful Things, Belvoir St Theatre

Adapted from the book of the same name, this play may be affirming or cloying, depending on your own circumstances.

Malevo. A line-up of five bare-chested males raise their drumsticks above their heads and over the drums attached in front of them.

Performance review: Malevo, Sydney Opera House

The South American all-male dancing and drumming troupe makes its Australian debut.

A male aerialist has suspended under a white spotlight.

Performance review: Gatsby at the Green Light, The Studio, Sydney Opera House

Craig Ilott and Stuart Couzens have adapted 'The Great Gatsby' into an exhilarating performance set in a 1920s bar.  

35mm. Image is a cast of performers, some seated on the ground, some standing behind, all pointing cameras at the photographer.

Performance review: 35mm, Flight Path Theatre

Little Triangle's latest production is musical theatre inspired by photography.

The Master and Margarita. Image is a group of five actors sitting, crouching or standing on stage in front of a huge lit W sign.

Theatre review: The Master and Margarita, Belvoir St Theatre

Adapted from Bulgakov's classic novel, this stage version is compelling whether or not you're familiar with the original book.

The Lost Boys. Image is a line of people on stage the diagonal, with their sides/backs to us looking off to the left.

Performance review: The Lost Boys, Seymour Centre

An immersive landscape inspired by J M Barrie's Neverland where the audience is invited to be a part of The…


Musical review: The Marvellous Elephant Man – The Musical

An overhyped production that sadly does not live up to expectations.


Musical review: Sweeney Todd, Sydney Opera House

The latest iteration of this musical theatre thriller will appeal to Sondheim fans, old and new.


Music review: Meteor Orbit, Riverside Theatres

A musical event designed to coincide with the annual Perseid meteor shower.

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