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Jeannette Delamoir

Jeannette Delamoir
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An ex-Queenslander and former academic, Jeannette has also managed a three-screen arthouse cinema in upstate New York, sold theatre tickets in London, and baked brownies at a cafe called Sweet Stuff.

Review: Kinski and I, Sydney Fringe Festival

German actor Klaus Kinski (1926-1991) was an emotionally unstable, self-proclaimed sex addict. His autobiography recounted, in gleeful detail, his appallingly destructive obsessions. Two lawsuits...

Sydney Fringe: Slut

Slut is a short and snappy Fringe Festival contribution, directed by Natarsha Wrensted who has melded a great ensemble from the performers.Patricia Cornelius’ 2008...

Review: Brandenburg’s French Baroque with Circa

This inspired program is something very special. It brings together the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, French soprano Claire Lefilliâtre, and seven members of Circa, a Brisbane-based...

Review: Ghost Stories, Sydney Opera House

Really, there’s not a lot I can say about this play. Not because I can’t think of anything to say, but because the audience is...

Review: Bajazet, Pinchgut Opera

There’s no doubt that audiences are challenged by double-crosses and deceit of the story told in Vivaldi’s opera Bajazet. But this Pinchgut Opera presentation...

Circa and Brandenburg Orchestra: Music takes flight

It seems at first like an improbable idea, combining circus with the courtly music of the Baroque era. Sure, circuses have music … but...

Review: Like Me, Mongrel Mouth

Like Me, a Mongrel Mouth production directed by Duncan Maurice, is strange. Grotesque. Unnerving. Disorienting. Confronting. And it’s all around me.  The action plays out in...

Review: Triassic Parq, Seymour Centre

“A community in crisis leads to doubt,” the dinosaurs sing. And—they tell us—doubt leads to chaos.As the singing, dancing Triassic Parq community unravels, the...

Pinchgut presents Bajazet: Australian première of 1735 opera

We can be fairly sure that Baroque composer Antonio Vivaldi wasn’t completely happy with his opera Bajazet in the weeks before the première at...

Review: The Diary of Anne Frank, New Theatre, Newtown

“Despite everything, I believe that people are really good at heart.” This statement—the final words spoken by Anne Frank in this play—have particular resonance....
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