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: Blue Saint Production's IN THE HEIGHTS Brings Washington Heights To The Sydney Opera HouseBWW REVIEW: Blue Saint Production's IN THE HEIGHTS Brings Washington Heights To The Sydney Opera House
Posted: Jan. 17, 2019


BWW REVIEW: Strut & Fret Deliver Another Fabulous Night Of Frivilous Fun With BLANC DE BLANC ENCORE.BWW REVIEW: Strut & Fret Deliver Another Fabulous Night Of Frivilous Fun With BLANC DE BLANC ENCORE.
Posted: Jan. 12, 2019


BWW REVIEW: CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY Invites Sydney Audiences To Revisit Roald Dahl's Classic Tale Of Imagination And The Benefits Of Being GoodBWW REVIEW: CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY Invites Sydney Audiences To Revisit Roald Dahl's Classic Tale Of Imagination And The Benefits Of Being Good
Posted: Jan. 12, 2019


BWW REVIEW: PIGALLE Blends Disco And Parisian Cabaret For An Entertaining Easy Night OutBWW REVIEW: PIGALLE Blends Disco And Parisian Cabaret For An Entertaining Easy Night Out
Posted: Jan. 11, 2019


BWW REVIEW: History, Homeland and Healing Is Presented In The Wonderful New Australian Work COUNTING & CRACKINGBWW REVIEW: History, Homeland and Healing Is Presented In The Wonderful New Australian Work COUNTING & CRACKING
Posted: Jan. 16, 2019


BWW REVIEW: PAUL CAPSIS WITH JETHRO WOODWARD & THE FITZROY YOUTH ORCHESTRA Bring A Dark Rock To Sydney FestivalBWW REVIEW: PAUL CAPSIS WITH JETHRO WOODWARD & THE FITZROY YOUTH ORCHESTRA Bring A Dark Rock To Sydney Festival
Posted: Jan. 18, 2019


BWW REVIEW: Henrietta Baird's New Australian Play, THE WEEKEND, Is Hilarious And Poignant In Its Portrayal Of Escaping Cycles And Wanting To Be BetterBWW REVIEW: Henrietta Baird's New Australian Play, THE WEEKEND, Is Hilarious And Poignant In Its Portrayal Of Escaping Cycles And Wanting To Be Better
Posted: Jan. 19, 2019


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BWW ALBUM REVIEW: Andrew Lloyd Webber's 70'th Birthday Is To Be Celebrated With The Release of ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER: UNMASKED: THE PLATINUM COLLECTIONBWW ALBUM REVIEW: Andrew Lloyd Webber's 70'th Birthday Is To Be Celebrated With The Release of ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER: UNMASKED: THE PLATINUM COLLECTION
Posted: Feb. 13, 2018


BWW REVIEW: Betty Grumble's LOVE AND ANGER Is A Power Expression Of Feminine Power And Personal Connection
January 22, 2019

Betty Grumble, aka Emma Maye Gibson, brings her celebration of all things female and call to reinstate the power of the feminine to Griffin Theatre with LOVE AND ANGER.

BWW REVIEW: THE NUTCRACKER AND I Is A Beautiful Inventive Expression Of The Classic Christmas Ballet
January 20, 2019

Concert Pianist Alexandra Dariescu's THE NUTCRACKER AND I pairs her concert piano performance with Desiree Ballantyne's live ballet performance and Yeast Culture's innovative animation for a delightful expression of Tchaikovsky's classic ballet.

BWW REVIEW: Henrietta Baird's New Australian Play, THE WEEKEND, Is Hilarious And Poignant In Its Portrayal Of Escaping Cycles And Wanting To Be Better
January 19, 2019

Making it's world Premiere as part of Sydney Festival, Henrietta Baird's THE WEEKEND gives audiences a glimpse into a world of woman wanting better for her children and trying to escape the cycle of drugs and poverty that plague her people.

BWW REVIEW: PAUL CAPSIS WITH JETHRO WOODWARD & THE FITZROY YOUTH ORCHESTRA Bring A Dark Rock To Sydney Festival
January 18, 2019

PAUL CAPSIS WITH JETHRO WOODWARD & THE FITZROY YOUTH ORCHESTRA deliver brilliant interpretation of a diverse range of music for an engaging rock music experience for Sydney Festival.

BWW REVIEW: Blue Saint Production's IN THE HEIGHTS Brings Washington Heights To The Sydney Opera House
January 17, 2019

Following a successful Hayes Theatre season in March 2018 Blue Saint Production's IN THE HEIGHTS has returned for an encore season in the Concert Hall of Sydney Opera House.

BWW REVIEW: History, Homeland and Healing Is Presented In The Wonderful New Australian Work COUNTING & CRACKING
January 16, 2019

Connection across continents, time and cultures plays out in S. Shakthidhran's bold new play COUNTING & CRACKING.

BWW REVIEW: CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY Invites Sydney Audiences To Revisit Roald Dahl's Classic Tale Of Imagination And The Benefits Of Being Good
January 12, 2019

Jack O'Brien's (Director) updated take on CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY: THE NEW MUSICAL arrives in Sydney with a celebration of sweetness and childhood fantasy.

BWW REVIEW: Strut & Fret Deliver Another Fabulous Night Of Frivilous Fun With BLANC DE BLANC ENCORE.
January 12, 2019

Something from Strut & Fret, experts at cabaret circus experiences, seems to be a summer staple at the Sydney Opera House and this year's new offering BLANC DE BLANC ENCORE definitely satisfies.

BWW REVIEW: PIGALLE Blends Disco And Parisian Cabaret For An Entertaining Easy Night Out
January 11, 2019

PIGALLE, the latest circus cabaret creation from director Craig Ilott makes it's Sydney debut in the beautiful Magic Mirrors Spiegeltent for Sydney Festival.

BWW REVIEW: Omar Musa's Captivating Commentary On Culture, Community and Connection SINCE ALI DIED Comes Back For Sydney Festival
January 10, 2019

Following on from a successful season during Griffin's Batch Festival, award winning poet and performer Omar Musa brings SINCE ALI DIED back to Griffin Theatre.

BWW REVIEW: Guest Reviewer Kym Vaitiekus shares his thoughts on NED: A NEW AUSTRALIAN MUSICAL
December 22, 2018

NED: A NEW AUSTRALIAN MUSICAL by Adam Lyon (Music and Lyrics), Anna Lyon (Book), and Marc McIntyre (Book and Set Design) follows the story of the famous outlaw and the notorious Kelly family, with insight to the history of all the family members through the medium of musical theatre.

BWW REVIEW: THE ILLUSIONISTS Return To Sydney To Captivate Audiences With Their Special Brand Of Magic
December 20, 2018

Almost a Sydney summer institution, Simon Painter and Tim Lawson's stage magic returns to the Sydney Opera House for another season with THE ILLUSIONISTS.

BWW REVIEW: Christina Bianco Delights Sydney With Her Collection Of Impressions In The Seasonal Celebration O COME ALL YE DIVAS
December 17, 2018

Vocal powerhouse Christina Bianco brings her brilliant talent for impersonating female performers back to Sydney for the Christmas concert O COME ALL YE DIVAS.

BWW REVIEW: HEAR ME ROAR Is A Fabulous Celebration Of Great Female Singer Songwriters Of the 20th and 21st Century
December 13, 2018

Strong female singers and songwriters are celebrated by six magnificent singers supported by a fabulous all female 8 piece band in HEAR ME ROAR.

BWW REVIEW: Australian Brandenburg Orchestra's NOEL NOEL Is A Sanctuary From The Madness Of The Season
December 13, 2018

The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra's annual NOEL NOEL concert is a moment of calm in the chaos of the city this Christmas.

BWW REVIEW: New All Female Take on David Williamson's THE CLUB Shares The Enduring Story Of Sports Teams And Masculinity With A Magnified Lens
December 9, 2018

Adelaide based isthisyours? Theatre company brings their three actor take on David Williamson's THE CLUB with an all-female cast to the 25A Belvoir program.

BWW REVIEW: Sydney Philharmonia Choirs CAROLS AT THE HOUSE Is A Joyous Celebration Of The Season
December 8, 2018

Featuring Kerrie Anne Greenland and Teddy Tahu Rhodes, CAROLS AT THE HOUSE brings together Sydney Philharmonia Choirs' Chamber Singers, VOX choir, Symphony Chorus and the special Christmas Choir with the Sydney Philharmonia Orchestra to deliver a delightful festive fare.

BWW REVIEW: Theatre Travels Tackles Tectonic Theatre Project's Iconic THE LARAMIE PROJECT and THE LARAMIE PROJECT: 10 YEARS LATER
December 2, 2018

New theatre group Theatre Travels takes on the ambitious task of retelling THE LARAMIE PROJECT and THE LARAMIE PROJECT:10 YEARS LATER two decades on from Matthew Shepard's brutal murder.

BWW REVIEW: Dysfunctional Families, Death And Mental Health Come Together In A Captivating And Comic ALL MY SLEEP AND WAKING
December 2, 2018

Dino Dimitriadis' (director) production of Mary Rachel Brown's (playwright) ALL MY SLEEP AND WAKING is a brilliant expression of the untold human stories where life isn't perfect.

BWW REVIEW: Artful Direction And Strong Performances Are Andrew Lloyd Webber's Challenging ASPECTS OF LOVE's Saving Grace
November 30, 2018

ASPECTS OF LOVE, Andrew Lloyd Webber (Book & Music), Don Black (lyrics) and Charles Hart's (lyrics) 1980's story of various types of relationships is given the intimate small stage treatment at Hayes Theatre in Andrew J. Bevis' (Director) new production.



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