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Bec Caton

Bec Caton
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Bec has a diploma in musical theatre and is currently completing a Bachelor of Arts majoring in English. She is a freelance theatre writer in Sydney.

Only Heaven Knows – Hayes Theatre Co

Musicals about queer people that aren’t afraid to embrace their queerness – or in the words of Lily Tomlin, aren’t trying to imitate heterosexuality...

Chatting with Broadway and West End star Sierra Boggess

You may know Sierra Boggess from her starring role as Ariel in The Little Mermaid or Christine in Phantom of the Opera or most...

The Bodyguard – Sydney

Flames launch from the front of the stage, the curtain rises to reveal Rachel Marron (a dazzling Paulini), suspended on a platform above a...
The Dog / The Cat | Photo by Brett Boardman

The Dog / The Cat

Romantic comedies are a staple of cinema, but it is rare to find a truly enchanting equivalent in the theatre. Luckily, Belvoir has brought...

Chatting with Elise McCann about her upcoming show, Dahlesque!

The Adelaide Cabaret Festival takes place each year in June, showcasing a variety of incredibly talented artists performing their diverse, moving and entertaining pieces....

The Bleeding Tree – Wharf Theatre, STC

As the lights come down on The Bleeding Tree, silence momentarily consumes the audience. From the first moment, this play demands every ounce of...

Chimerica – Roslyn Packer Theatre

The light comes up on a group of people standing clad in white, backs to the audience. They are holding a plastic shopping bag...

Calamity Jane – Hayes Theatre Co

With a woman who refuses to shrink down into the boxes her society assigns her, a rowdy saloon in the middle of the Wild...

Away – Sydney Opera House

The word ‘classic’ is often used to describe texts that have stood the test of time. Shakespeare is probably the reigning definitive of the...

The Judas Kiss – Old Fitz Theatre

Oscar Wilde’s writing may be well known, but for some, his lascivious and scandal-filled past is less renowned.  David Hare invites us into that...
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