Jade Kops

Jade Kops I am an International Flight Attendant with a love of Cabaret, Musical Theatre, and Live Performing Arts in general. I try to see as many shows as I can, whether that be in my current home town of Sydney, other Australian cities or the International cities I visit with work. I am a graduate of the Cabaret Summer School 2012-Adelaide and have also been a Special Guest Critic for GlamAdelaide for the 2012 Adelaide Fringe Festival, specialising in Cabaret.


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To Celebrate Carole King's 75th Birthday, Tickets for the Australian Premiere of BEAUTIFUL: THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL Go On Sale NOW.Tickets For The Australian Premiere of BEAUTIFUL: THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL On Sale Now
Posted: Feb. 8, 2017


BWW REVIEW: The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra and Brandenburg Choir's Staged Concert Of HANDEL'S MESSIAH Is A Feast For The SensesHANDEL'S MESSIAH Is Presented With Exquisite Emotion By The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra
Posted: Feb. 24, 2017


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BWW REVIEW: Sydney Symphony Orchestra Presents A Staged Concert Version of The Gershwin's PORGY AND BESSSydney Symphony Orchestra Presents A Staged Concert Version of The Gershwin?s PORGY AND BESS
Posted: Dec. 4, 2016


BEAUTIFUL: THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL To Open In Sydney In September 2017.  Photos and VideoBEAUTIFUL: THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL Announced for Sydney - Video & Photos
Posted: May. 11, 2016


BWW REVIEW: A Farce For A New Age, THE HOMOSEXUALS OR 'FAGGOTS' Is Both Hilarious And EnlighteningBWW REVIEW: A Farce For A New Age, THE HOMOSEXUALS OR 'FAGGOTS' Is Both Hilarious And Enlightening
March 25, 2017

Reviving a genre for a new era, Declan Greene's THE HOMOSEXUALS OR 'FAGGOTS' presents a farce where the taboo is less being caught in a compromising position but rather being caught with a compromising opinions.

BWW REVIEW: CRIMES OF THE HEART Uncovers The Magrath Sisters' Unspoken Secrets With Heart And HumourBWW REVIEW: CRIMES OF THE HEART Uncovers The Magrath Sisters' Unspoken Secrets With Heart And Humour
March 25, 2017

Beth Henley's 1981 Pulitzer Prize winning CRIMES OF THE HEART delves into the tragedy riddled lives of three sisters, highlighting the importance of remembering that people have their own secret stories and not everything is as they first appear.

BWW REVIEW: Endearing and Entirely Captivating, Beloved Children's Book DIARY OF A WOMAT Comes To Life On StageBWW REVIEW: Endearing and Entirely Captivating, Beloved Children's Book DIARY OF A WOMAT Comes To Life On Stage
March 19, 2017

Jackie French and Bruce Whatley's international best selling children's book DIARY OF A WOMBAT makes its way to Australian stages in a wonderful new production from Monkey Baa Theatre Company.

BWW REVIEW: Dylan Thomas' Intriguing Fictional Town Of Llareggub Comes To Life With Genesian Theatre Company's UNDER MILK WOODBWW REVIEW: Dylan Thomas' Intriguing Fictional Town Of Llareggub Comes To Life With Genesian Theatre Company's UNDER MILK WOOD
March 19, 2017

Dylan Thomas' beautifully poetic and imaginative radio play come stage production UNDER MILK WOOD delights as an escape from the weight of the outside world.

BWW REVIEW:  CONSENSUAL Is A Confronting Look At Sex And Youth As It Questions When A Person Is Responsible Enough To Decide What They Do With Their BodiesBWW REVIEW: CONSENSUAL Is A Confronting Look At Sex And Youth As It Questions When A Person Is Responsible Enough To Decide What They Do With Their Bodies
March 19, 2017

Evan Placey's CONSENSUAL asks the audience to ponder questions plaguing students and educators around the world in a world where teachers are forced to distance themselves from their students for fear of being misconstrued.

BWW REVIEW: New Australian Work THE LADEN TABLE Is A Modern Day Romeo And Juliet Filled With Heart, Hurt And HopeBWW REVIEW: New Australian Work THE LADEN TABLE Is A Modern Day Romeo And Juliet Filled With Heart, Hurt And Hope
March 18, 2017

Taking the audience into 'typical' homes, THE LADEN TABLE explores the "dinner table racism" that exists in homes across Sydney in an effort to break down barriers and show how alike we really are, regardless of race and religion.

BWW REVIEW: Griffin Theatre's 2016 Helpmann Award Winning THE BLEEDING TREE Gets Well Deserved Restaging At Sydney Theatre CompanyBWW REVIEW: Griffin Theatre's 2016 Helpmann Award Winning THE BLEEDING TREE Gets Well Deserved Restaging At Sydney Theatre Company
March 14, 2017

With more space to work with, the expansion to the Wharf 1 stage has not diminished any of Lee Lewis' vision or Paula Arundell, Airlie Dodds and Shari Sebbens intense performance in THE BLEEDING TREE

BWW REVIEW:  Grounded In A Tragic Reality, A New Confronting Production Of BLACKROCK Proves Society Has Not Progressed That Far In 28 YearsBWW REVIEW: Grounded In A Tragic Reality, A New Confronting Production Of BLACKROCK Proves Society Has Not Progressed That Far In 28 Years
March 12, 2017

Nick Enright's play BLACKROCK, is given a contemporary treatment with a terrifying realism and shocking reminder that society hasn't changed.

BWW REVIEW: CALAMITY JANE Is A Fun Filled, Feel Good Night Of Energetic and Entirely Engaging EntertainmentBWW REVIEW: CALAMITY JANE Is A Fun Filled, Feel Good Night Of Energetic and Entirely Engaging Entertainment
March 12, 2017

Virginia Gay is completely captivating in a compelling performance of CALAMITY JANE.

BWW REVIEW: SUPERHAL Combines Shakespeare And ComicCon In An Effort To Connect With A Younger AudienceBWW REVIEW: SUPERHAL Combines Shakespeare And ComicCon In An Effort To Connect With A Younger Audience
March 10, 2017

Two seemingly disparate worlds collide as a Shakespeare combines with ComicCon in an endeavor to engage a younger audience.

BWW REVIEW: Lucy Kirkwood's Gripping Political Thriller CHIMERICA Ponders The Possibilities Of What Happened To One Of The 20th Century's Most Iconic Protesters, TiananmeBWW REVIEW: Lucy Kirkwood's Gripping Political Thriller CHIMERICA Ponders The Possibilities Of What Happened To One Of The 20th Century's Most Iconic Protesters, Tiananme
March 5, 2017

In a world where numerous societies are questioning their leaders' ability to represent them with humanity and compassion, Lucy Kirkwood's CHIMERICA shines a spotlight on one of the defining images of protest and courage of the 20th Century.

BWW REVIEW: Rockdale Musical Society's Presents Family Favourite THE KING AND IBWW REVIEW: Rockdale Musical Society's Presents Family Favourite THE KING AND I
March 4, 2017

Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II's comic, poignant romance, THE KING AND I, is the latest musical presented by Rockdale Musical Society.

BWW REVIEW: Craig Bary's IN DIFFERENCE Highlights the Universality Of Love And The Importance For Marriage Equality Through DanceBWW REVIEW: Craig Bary's IN DIFFERENCE Highlights the Universality Of Love And The Importance For Marriage Equality Through Dance
March 3, 2017

In a country still waiting for its leaders to support Marriage Equality, IN DIFFERENCE is Craig Bary's way of expressing the fact that regardless of the gender of the pair, love is a universal feeling.

BWW REVIEW: Kate Mulvany Delivers Shakespeare's Sinister King RICHARD 3 With Delicious DepthBWW REVIEW: Kate Mulvany Delivers Shakespeare's Sinister King RICHARD 3 With Delicious Depth
March 2, 2017

eter Evans (Director) re-imagines Shakespeare's RICHARD 3 with Kate Mulvany presenting a deliciously evil expression of the vile, murderous, manipulative King.

BWW REIVEW: Michael Gow's AWAY Remains Relevant As A Message Of Understanding, Patience, Care And CompassionBWW REIVEW: Michael Gow's AWAY Remains Relevant As A Message Of Understanding, Patience, Care And Compassion
March 1, 2017

First performed in 1986, based in 1968, this 2017 interpretation of Michael Gow's snapshot of Australiana, AWAY is kept relevant and fresh under Matthew Lutton's direction for Sydney Theatre Company and Malthouse Theatre.

BWW REVIEW: David Walliams' Endearing Tale Of Inclusion, Acceptance and And An Aromatic Vagrant Comes To Life In MR STINKBWW REVIEW: David Walliams' Endearing Tale Of Inclusion, Acceptance and And An Aromatic Vagrant Comes To Life In MR STINK
February 27, 2017

Maryam Master's adaptation of David Walliams' popular children's book MR STINK returns to the Sydney stage under Jonathan Biggins' direction.

BWW REVIEW: The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra and Brandenburg Choir's Staged Concert Of HANDEL'S MESSIAH Is A Feast For The SensesBWW REVIEW: The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra and Brandenburg Choir's Staged Concert Of HANDEL'S MESSIAH Is A Feast For The Senses
February 24, 2017

HANDEL'S MESSIAH, one of the most iconic Baroque works is finally given the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra's exquisitely emotive and expressive treatment under the baton of Artistic Director and Conductor Paul Dyer.

BWW REVIEW: The Story Of Oscar Wilde's Betrayal At The Hand Of His Lover Plays Out In THE JUDAS KISSBWW REVIEW: The Story Of Oscar Wilde's Betrayal At The Hand Of His Lover Plays Out In THE JUDAS KISS
February 20, 2017

David Hare's biographical drama about the events preceding famous playwright, novelist and poet Oscar Wilde's conviction and imprisonment for gross indecency and his subsequent life in exile plays out in THE JUDAS KISS.

BWW REVIEW: Centred On the Intriguing Life Of The Real Harry Crawford, THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY Is A Heartbreaking Story Of Love, Fear And Hidden Identities.BWW REVIEW: Centred On the Intriguing Life Of The Real Harry Crawford, THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY Is A Heartbreaking Story Of Love, Fear And Hidden Identities.
February 20, 2017

The secrets of an unusual person unfold in THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY as the imagined account of the very real Harry Crawford comes to life a century later.

BWW REVIEW:  THE LITTLE DOG LAUGHED Is A Hollywood Fairy Tale Looking At The Choices We Make.  Love and Truth Or Money and Image?BWW REVIEW: THE LITTLE DOG LAUGHED Is A Hollywood Fairy Tale Looking At The Choices We Make. Love and Truth Or Money and Image?
February 18, 2017




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