e-baby

e-baby is an utterly beautiful play…When an audience is effortlessly made to think, laugh and cry, a slice of the human experience is shared – what more could you ask for?

Emily Richardson, Upstaged Reviews

http://www.upstagedreviews.com/reviews/e-baby

…a highly entertaining and provocative play…

Angela Savage – Melbourne Author and Critic

…two solidly written characters, the inbuilt tension provided by a ticking gestational clock, and by Nellie’s streak of wry humour.

– Jason Blake, Sydney Morning Herald

at times raw and harrowing, and the emotional highs and lows continue right to the end… I left with tears in my eyes.

Juanita Philips, Stage Whispers

Heartbreaking, joyous and painfully honest

– FairyPowered Productions, London

 …a provocative, informative and moving piece

– ReviewsGate, London

The combination of drama and humour is magnificent.

Oriol Tarrason, director, Les Antonietes Teatre, Barcelona.

d-baby

I’ve never heard such an overwhelmingly positive reaction at a reading. The audience – 20 people – just loved the play, and there were many questions afterwards about when a production will be mounted. 

– Anne Cordiner, Actor/Drector, former Board Member Tasmanian Theatre Company, after the Hobart reading

…wonderfully rich characters and an intriguing story of our times.

Nadia Tass, director, e-baby The Ensemble Theatre, Sydney, 2016

engrossing, moving, thought-provoking… the writing is consistently fine.

Peter Fitzpatrick, writer and Honorary Professor of Performing Arts at Monash University, and founder and Artistic Director of Melbourne Music Theatre

… another triumph. The rehearsed reading was brilliant!

Angela Savage, author and critic

I read a lot of scripts, but this one is musical.

–Laura Schuster, actor an teacher, Singapore American School

Supersnout

The audience raved, especially about Supersnout, and that damned dog hogged all the limelight.

Tanya Stewart, Toodyay Theatre Company, WA

If your company’s short of funds, you can just auction that role off! A punchy and even raunchy start to our festival.

Adjudicator, Lighthorn Festival of One Act Plays, Bear Pit Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon.

Everyone enjoyed it and thought it funny and quirky.

Annie Begg (Director, Quids in Theatre)

Uked! – The first play-along ukulele musical

A MUST SEE! Take your uke join in ,sing or smile along A GREAT NIGHT…Laughed a lot.

 Michelle Robie, Castlemaine

If you only get to indulge in one ukulele fantasy this year, make sure it’s this one. A great night out!

 Kim Burns, Bendigo

Rebecca is brilliant as Karla and Pete does an equally amazing job performing nearly everyone else! Please do yourself a favour and go see this show.

– Kaye Nankervis, Eaglehawk

Karla is brilliant!…Anyone whose ever been 50 will completely understand.

Neil Adam, Newlyn.

It was one of the mosts memorable night I’ve had. You’re missing out on life if you don’t go!

– Glenice Liston, Heallesville 

Saw this yesterday. Super script. Really fun to join in playing or just singalong. Get along and get Uked! 

Cate Mercer – Hawk&Dove, Castlemaine

Are you going to tour this? Please say yes!

– Jacqui Cosgrove, Sydney

 Love you to come down to the peninsula please.

– Val Rowe

An experience not to be missed!

– Bev Tozer, Castlemaine

I’m completely compelled by it!

– Bev Hope, Guildford

It was fantastic and such a great laugh too. We also loved having the chance to participate, because we’ve been ‘Uked!’ too!

– Melanie Jacobson, yarra ukers

 

We are still raving!! …We were absolutely ‘Uked’. Thanks!

– Cathy and Bob Edwards, Bundyukes and WhittleCukes.

What a total delight UKED! was, at every level. Bravo, Jane.

Peter Bryne, Guildford