The only thing that was getting me out of my sick bed was the allure of Squabbalogic's fourth Mystery Musical.
A play steeped in intrigue, family and questions of duty, we see a scathing indictment of the American Dream.
The posters talk a big game. Does this Queen inspired musical deliver?
Once again, Squabbalogic and the Sydney Philharmonia Choir team up to bring us this tale of two sisters who move to the big apple.
A family of eccentrics living life à la bohème and an unsuspecting gaggle of guests all mixed together in a country estate, what could go wrong?
Grease is the word - but this production isn't quite the word you've come to know.
You've heard of metatheatre. Well today I bring you the metareview of Squabbalogic's Of Thee, I Sing.
Never before have I seen a wilier Mr Fix-it than in the Opera Australia production of The Barber of Seville.
This play needs no introduction. Romeo and Juliet is THE Shakespeare. So if one is going to do it, one must do it right.