2021 Media

8 – 16 January 2021

This is enjoyable live theatre at its best. Playwright James Elazzi has included themes of acceptance, class status, family expectations, and choices in his play that will also leave audiences questioning the importance and relevance of body image. City Hub

Director Paige Rattray’s casting has been cunning, not only “discovering” Zibara, but casting a man, Fayssal Bazzi, as Gada. He compounds the comedy and brings a curious authenticity to the eccentricity the role demands. Sydney Morning Herald

This is a confident production of a feel-good play. It deserves to be the sold-out success it is. On The Town

18 – 20 March 2021

The future of Australia’s Theatre is in good hands if the National Theatre of Parramatta’s Launchpad double-bill is anything to go by. The two shows, The Sorry Mum Project by Pippa Ellams and Let Me Know When You Get Home by Miranda Aguilar, feature young and refreshing stories from Western Sydney.  The Plus Ones

These are great plays which are fun, poignant, and insightful. They show another side to the Western Sydney equation, and the talent that lies in our region. NTofP is telling Australian stories that resonate with often all too familiar scenarios ” Broadway World

29 May – 5 June 2021

We all have fears. We all deal with them differently. Zombie Thoughts lets children know that they are not alone – that others understand, that there is a way out of the “abyss”. – Stage Whispers

The show touches on some challenging themes in a delightful and accessible way. I hope that the team behind this brilliant production brings it back so that more children (and everyone, really) get a chance to see something like this. I can’t wait to see Sam and Pig fight another day! – Theatre Travels

The narrative is a clear-cut, direct metaphor for anxiety with practical and useful information for audiences old and young all wrapped up in a fun and playful video game format.- Night Writes