The cast of Grease tonight weathered a storm of latecomers not quite as turbulent as the downpour outside, but close to. These tardy folk clamoured around with their phone lights and quibbled over seating, dropping coins, fiddling around with brollies, producing a show of their own up the back. One latecomer tried to persuade me out… Continue reading MUSE Presents Grease!
Sydneysiders are alerted via Brandenburg’s (may I say, thoroughly effective) marketing strategist that the company is bursting with a contemporary energy, that the ensemble tastes vastly different to your garden-variety Baroque group and that founder/artistic director Paul Dyer is a first-rate handsome devil. Many of us are familiar with the brand: digital portrait of Dyer… Continue reading A Barefoot Brandenburg Performs Handel’s Messiah