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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BWW REVIEW:  Bloody And Brilliant, Shake & Stir Theatre Co Deliver A Thrillingly Dark And Mysterious DRACULABWW REVIEW: Bloody And Brilliant, Shake & Stir Theatre Co Deliver A Thrillingly Dark And Mysterious DRACULA
Posted: Apr. 2, 2017


BWW REVIEW: Opera Australia's Revival Of Handa On Sydney Harbour's CARMEN Is Entertaining But Not True To The Creators VisionBWW REVIEW: Opera Australia's Revival Of Handa On Sydney Harbour's CARMEN Is Entertaining But Not True To The Creators Vision
Posted: Mar. 26, 2017


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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


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: New Work, SMURF IN WANDERLAND Shines A Spotlight On Sydney, Its People, Passion And Perseverance As A Community United By Sport.BWW REVIEW: New Work, SMURF IN WANDERLAND Shines A Spotlight On Sydney, Its People, Passion And Perseverance As A Community United By Sport.
April 23, 2017

David William's new one man show, SMURF IN WANDERLAND, shares a personal story of discovery as he undertakes his own social experiment to challenge the notion that Sydney is dangerously divided by its' sporting loyalties.

BWW REVIEW:  The Wonderfully Whimsical And Entirely Engaging BIG FISH Is Captivating Hearts At Hayes TheatreBWW REVIEW: The Wonderfully Whimsical And Entirely Engaging BIG FISH Is Captivating Hearts At Hayes Theatre
April 22, 2017

The heart wrenchingly beautiful story of a father trying to connect to his son through stories comes to life with simplicity and sensitivity in a sublime production of BIG FISH.

BWW REVIEW: KINKY BOOTS Struts Into Sydney Bringing Heels, Heart And An Inspiring Story Of AcceptanceBWW REVIEW: KINKY BOOTS Struts Into Sydney Bringing Heels, Heart And An Inspiring Story Of Acceptance
April 20, 2017

Harvey Fierstein and Cindi Lauper's multi award winning, feel good hit KINKY BOOTS delighted Sydney's opening night audience with its heart-warming story of courage, acceptance and fabulous footwear.

BWW REVIEW: Bizarre And Bold, BENGAL TIGER AT THE BAGDAD ZOO Contemplates The Meaning Of Life In A Society Riddled With Conflict And Contradictions.BWW REVIEW: Bizarre And Bold, BENGAL TIGER AT THE BAGDAD ZOO Contemplates The Meaning Of Life In A Society Riddled With Conflict And Contradictions.
April 16, 2017

Rajiv Joseph's acclaimed play BENGAL TIGER AT THE BAGDAD ZOO is presented by Mad March Hare Theatre with compact creativity at the Old Fitz Theatre as part of Red Line Theatre's season of Unspoken stories.

People Power To Fund Cabaret Diva MAMA ALTO'S RecordingsPeople Power To Fund Cabaret Diva MAMA ALTO'S Recordings
April 16, 2017

After six years of acclaimed cabaret performances, diva Mama Alto and her musical directress Miss Chief spent November 2016 in an extraordinary entirely analogue recording facility for vinyl records.

BWW REVIEW: Sydney Philharmonia Choirs Provides A Beautiful Pause To Reconnect With The Meaning Of Easter With Bach's Reflective ST MATTHEW PASSIONBWW REVIEW: Sydney Philharmonia Choirs Provides A Beautiful Pause To Reconnect With The Meaning Of Easter With Bach's Reflective ST MATTHEW PASSION
April 16, 2017

Presented by Sydney Philharmona Choirs, Johann Sebastian Bach's ST MATTHEW PASSION is a perfect escape from the chaos of commercialism to reconnect with the real reason for the Easter holiday.

BWW REVIEW: A Midsummer Night's Dream's Minor Characters Get Their Moment In The Spotlight In The Wonderfully Hilarious THE POPULAR MECHANICALSBWW REVIEW: A Midsummer Night's Dream's Minor Characters Get Their Moment In The Spotlight In The Wonderfully Hilarious THE POPULAR MECHANICALS
April 14, 2017

Keith Robinson and Tony Taylor's fabulous imagining of the bigger story behind William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream's misfit band of 'Rude Mechanicals' comes to life in THE POPULAR MECHANICALS.

BWW REVIEW: TITANIC THE EXHIBITION Is A Captivating Collection Of Information and Artefacts From The Ill Fated Ship, Its Sister Ships And The Subsequent Movies About TheBWW REVIEW: TITANIC THE EXHIBITION Is A Captivating Collection Of Information and Artefacts From The Ill Fated Ship, Its Sister Ships And The Subsequent Movies About The
April 9, 2017

Almost 105 years to the day that the famous unsinkable ship departed on her maiden voyage on the 10th of April 1912, BWW-Sydney had the opportunity to visit TITANIC THE EXHIBITION.

BWW REVIEW:  Modern Media Is Put Under The Spotlight In TALKBWW REVIEW: Modern Media Is Put Under The Spotlight In TALK
April 9, 2017

Jonathan Biggins (writer and director) looks at the apparent state of Australian media and news reporting in his new play TALK.

BWW REVIEW: Exploring A Lesser Known Part Of History, FALLEN Goes Inside A 19th Century Reform Home.BWW REVIEW: Exploring A Lesser Known Part Of History, FALLEN Goes Inside A 19th Century Reform Home.
April 9, 2017

Sport for Jove Theatre Company has teamed up with She Said Theatre and the Seymour Centre to present Seanna van Helten's new play FALLEN which aims to expose a lesser known part of 19th Century British and Australian history.

BWW REVIEW: Fabulously Funny, Particularly for Anyone Who Has Been Involved In Amateur Theatre, THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG Is So Right For Family FunBWW REVIEW: Fabulously Funny, Particularly for Anyone Who Has Been Involved In Amateur Theatre, THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG Is So Right For Family Fun
April 8, 2017

The acclaimed play within a play THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG is perfection in its precision to create the hilarious image of much less than perfect.

BWW REVIEW: HYSTERIA Combines History, Imagination, Freud And Dali For A Farcical Fantasy With Weighty UndertonesBWW REVIEW: HYSTERIA Combines History, Imagination, Freud And Dali For A Farcical Fantasy With Weighty Undertones
April 8, 2017

Terry Johnson(playwright)brings Sigmund Freud (Jo Turner) and Salvador Dali(Michael McStay) together in HYSTERIA for a bizarre and baffling evening of comedy, confusion and conscience.

BWW REVIEW:  Bloody And Brilliant, Shake & Stir Theatre Co Deliver A Thrillingly Dark And Mysterious DRACULABWW REVIEW: Bloody And Brilliant, Shake & Stir Theatre Co Deliver A Thrillingly Dark And Mysterious DRACULA
April 2, 2017

Bram Stoker's Late Victorian Gothic Horror novel comes to life in Shake and Stir's terrifyingly wonderful adaptation of DRACULA.

BWW REVIEW: Family And Tradition Are Challenged In The Modern Day Farce IT SHOULDA BEEN YOUBWW REVIEW: Family And Tradition Are Challenged In The Modern Day Farce IT SHOULDA BEEN YOU
April 1, 2017

Chatswood Musical Society brings Brian Hargrove and Barbara Anselmi's Broadway hit IT SHOULDA BEEN YOU to Independent Theatre for its Australian Premiere. A fun filled farcical musical first produced in in New Jersey in 2011 with a subsequent Broadway run in 2015 is distinctly "New York" in its characters but is very universal and current in its themes.

BWW REVIEW: Opera Australia's Revival Of Handa On Sydney Harbour's CARMEN Is Entertaining But Not True To The Creators VisionBWW REVIEW: Opera Australia's Revival Of Handa On Sydney Harbour's CARMEN Is Entertaining But Not True To The Creators Vision
March 26, 2017

Bizet's CARMEN's big dramatic imagery, colourful crowd scenes and bold iconic music lends itself to a major spectacle like HANDA ON SYDNEY HARBOUR (HOSH), the jewel in Opera Australia's annual programme so it is understandable that they have opted to 'revive' the 2013 production.

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.



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