Margi de Ferranti

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Review: Falsettos – Darlinghurst Theatre Company

Ben Hall, Margi de Ferranti, Elise McCann, Tamlyn Henderson, Isaac Shaw, Katrina Retallick & Stephen Anderson. Photo by Helen White

Falsettos, the Tony-Award winning (book and score) William Finn/James Lapine show, comes from a marriage of two works written ten years apart: March of the Falsettos and Falsettoland. It’s a family drama with Finn’s trademark dark and probing comedy; it’s a clever study of human relationships and the nature of love.…

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Carrie – Squabbalogic review

Hilary Cole. Photo by Michael Francis, Francis Photography.

Carrie’s life as a musical is notorious, legendary, intriguing. A resounding flop when it originally hit Broadway in 1988, it closed after only 16 previews and five performances. For the past several years, the creative team have been working on rehabilitating the classic Stephen King story, presenting a reworked and…

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Margi de Ferranti – Teach Me Tonight

Margi de Ferranti – Teach Me Tonight

Something happened to Margi de Ferranti last night. Part of the Australian Cabaret series, bringing monthly cabaret shows to the Vanguard in Newtown, de Ferranti’s Teach Me Tonight – Tales out of School was a much-buzzed act. Her first solo cabaret in 15 years, de Ferranti is renowed for her…

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