Kate's Latest Articles
Theatre review: Marriage, Midsumma Festival
How does the institution of marriage affect the queer community?
Musical Theatre review: The Choir of Man, Arts Centre Melbourne
Singing and dancing in a pub setting brings frothy joy to all.
Cabaret review: A Very Naughty Christmas, Alex Theatre
A Christmas-themed show that felt divorced from anything remotely boundary-pushing, gender-bending or creative.
Theatre review: Whose gonna love ‘em? I am that i AM and Chase, Malthouse Theatre
First Nations Theatre collective A Daylight Connection presents a double bill that provokes, examines and entertains.
Performance reviews: Enemies of Grooviness Eat Sh!T, WAKE, Melbourne Fringe Festival
Two Fringe feminist shows about women in all their power and vulnerabilities.
Comedy reviews: Wil Greenway: The Ocean After All and Scout Boxall: Pork Chop, Melbourne Fringe Festival
Two comedians ply their craft at Trades Hall for Melbourne Fringe Festival.
Performance reviews: Only Bones – Daniel Nodder, So..., Melbourne Fringe Festival
Two shows that explore some comedic freestyling using the body as a prop and a darkly absurd premise.
Performance Reviews: HIGH PONY, LOOPS, Black Widow, Melbourne Fringe Festival
Four Melbourne Fringe Festival works show the range on offer, from comedy to circus, cabaret and street tours.
Theatre review: Love, Lust, Lost, Austral Picture Theatre
This immersive theatre show ensures a different viewing experience every night.
Theatre review: Julius Caesar, fortyfivedownstairs
An excellent production that once again reminds us of the power of oratory.