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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17th Annual HELPMANN AWARDS: All the Winners!17th Annual HELPMANN AWARDS: All the Winners!
Posted: Jul. 24, 2017


BWW Sydney Interview: Michael Ball And Alfie Boe Ahead of Their Australian TOGETHER Concert TourBWW Sydney Interview: Michael Ball And Alfie Boe Ahead of Their Australian TOGETHER Concert Tour
Posted: Jul. 25, 2017


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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: Questions Abound As To The Validity Of Australia's HELPMANN AWARDS As the Nominations for 2017 Are AnnouncedBWW REVIEW: Questions Abound As To The Validity Of Australia's HELPMANN AWARDS As the Nominations for 2017 Are Announced
Posted: Jun. 20, 2017


BWW REVIEW: New Australian Musical Showcases Australian Talent With An Account Of The Incredible Life of Dame Nellie MELBABWW REVIEW: New Australian Musical Showcases Australian Talent With An Account Of The Incredible Life of Dame Nellie MELBA
August 17, 2017

Nicholas Christo and Johannes Luebbers intriguing new musical MELBA sees opera and musical theatre come together to celebrate the legendary Dame Nellie Melba.

BWW REVIEW:  The Heartbreakingly Beautiful True Love Story Of Two Young Men Taken Too Soon Plays Out In Lane Cove Theatre Company's HOLDING THE MAN.BWW REVIEW: The Heartbreakingly Beautiful True Love Story Of Two Young Men Taken Too Soon Plays Out In Lane Cove Theatre Company's HOLDING THE MAN.
August 13, 2017

Tommy Murphy's adaptation of Tim Conigrave's award winning memoir HOLDING THE MAN is presented with care and simplicity by Lane Cove Theatre Company.

BWW REVIEW: Personal, Political And Poignant, STRANGE BEDFELLOWS's BEDLAM Delivers A Contemporary Twist On Classic Cerebral And Confronting CabaretBWW REVIEW: Personal, Political And Poignant, STRANGE BEDFELLOWS's BEDLAM Delivers A Contemporary Twist On Classic Cerebral And Confronting Cabaret
August 9, 2017

Opera's wild children Jacqueline Dark and Kanen Breen, otherwise known as the STRANGE BEDFELLOWS, return to the cabaret stage with their latest offering, BEDLAM. Drawing on classic Weimar Kabarett, this bold and brilliant work is both contemplative and comic as Opera meets mainstream to question the meaning of madness.

BWW REVIEW:  Conformity And Compliance Are Challenged In ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NESTBWW REVIEW: Conformity And Compliance Are Challenged In ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST
August 8, 2017

Sport for Jove's latest offering takes a contemporary turn from its usual period works with Dale Wasserman's adaptation of Ken Kesey's ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST.

BWW REVIEW: Heart, Hope And Hollywood Combine in TECHNICOLOR LIFE, A Moving Story Of Coping In The 21st CenturyBWW REVIEW: Heart, Hope And Hollywood Combine in TECHNICOLOR LIFE, A Moving Story Of Coping In The 21st Century
August 6, 2017

Jami Brandli's play TECHNICOLOR LIFE brings women's stories to the forefront in an emotional rollercoaster of dramatic comedy.

BWW REVIEW: Queenie van de Zandt brings BLUE: THE SONGS OF JONI MITCHELL to Hayes TheatreBWW REVIEW: Queenie van de Zandt brings BLUE: THE SONGS OF JONI MITCHELL to Hayes Theatre
August 5, 2017

Queenie van de Zandt returns to the cabaret stage with BLUE: THE SONGS OF JONI MITCHELL. Attempting to channel the spirit of the now 73 year old Mitchell, van de Zandt gives the audience a glimpse into the iconic singer's life and career.

BWW REVIEW: Identity, Heritage, and Family Are Challenged As History Is Unearthed KINDERTRANSPORTBWW REVIEW: Identity, Heritage, and Family Are Challenged As History Is Unearthed KINDERTRANSPORT
August 5, 2017

Diane Samuels' heartbreaking fictional KINDERTRANSPORT, grounded in the real stories of Jewish children sent to the United Kingdom prior to the outbreak of WWII, exposes the lesser known victims of a war built on racism and the ongoing impact Kindertransport has had on families.

BWW REVIEW: Challenging And Confronting And Unfortunately Relevant, DRY LAND Looks At Life With Honesty But Also HopeBWW REVIEW: Challenging And Confronting And Unfortunately Relevant, DRY LAND Looks At Life With Honesty But Also Hope
August 4, 2017

Ruby Rae Spiegel's DRY LAND, an intense play of youth, unplanned pregnancy, and most importantly friendship is presented with graphic honesty by Director Claudia Barrie.

BWW REVIEW: QUEEN: IT'S A KINDA MAGIC Tour Recreates The Magic Of One Of The 20th Century's Most Iconic Rock BandsBWW REVIEW: QUEEN: IT'S A KINDA MAGIC Tour Recreates The Magic Of One Of The 20th Century's Most Iconic Rock Bands
July 31, 2017

The music that helped define British Rock is recreated with passionate attention to detail in QUEEN: IT'S A KINDA MAGIC to the delight of fans, old and new

BWW REVIEW: Corporate Struggles, Prejudice, and Privilege And Ultimately Friendship Come Together In RICEBWW REVIEW: Corporate Struggles, Prejudice, and Privilege And Ultimately Friendship Come Together In RICE
July 30, 2017

Exploring entitlement, prejudice and connection, RICE gives a voice to a sector of Australian society too often omitted from our stages.

BWW REVIEW: Disco, Circus and Cabaret Combine To Create The Energetic And Inspiring VELVETBWW REVIEW: Disco, Circus and Cabaret Combine To Create The Energetic And Inspiring VELVET
July 29, 2017

Merging Cabaret and Circus with Disco, VELVET delivers a heart-warming story of discovery, acceptance and finding your place in the world

BWW REVIEW: Dmitry Sinkovsky Returns To Australia To Present THE SINGING VIOLIN With The Australian Brandenburg OrchestraBWW REVIEW: Dmitry Sinkovsky Returns To Australia To Present THE SINGING VIOLIN With The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra
July 28, 2017

Australian Brandenburg Orchestra's Artistic Director and Conductor Paul Dyer AO has welcomed the opportunity to bring acclaimed Russian Baroque violinist and countertenor Dmitry Sinkovsky back to Australia as a Guest Director for a three city tour of THE SINGING VIOLIN

BWW Sydney Interview: Michael Ball And Alfie Boe Ahead of Their Australian TOGETHER Concert TourBWW Sydney Interview: Michael Ball And Alfie Boe Ahead of Their Australian TOGETHER Concert Tour
July 25, 2017

BWW Sydney was thrilled to have the opportunity of interviewing two Musical Theatre legends, Michael Ball OBE and Alfie Boe, currently in Sydney promoting their upcoming TOGETHER tour.

17th Annual HELPMANN AWARDS: All the Winners!17th Annual HELPMANN AWARDS: All the Winners!
July 24, 2017

The 17th Annual Helpmann Awards will be announced at a ceremony on starting at 7pm EST Monday 24th July at the Capitol Theatre Sydney.

BWW REVIEW:  In Bringing Felicity Castagna's Novel To The Parramatta Stage, THE INCREDIBLE HERE AND NOW Captures The Soul Of The Western Suburbs.BWW REVIEW: In Bringing Felicity Castagna's Novel To The Parramatta Stage, THE INCREDIBLE HERE AND NOW Captures The Soul Of The Western Suburbs.
July 22, 2017

The contemporary story of growing up in Parramatta gives the Western suburbs an overdue voice in Australian theatre with the premiere of Felicity Castagna's novel turned play, THE INCREDIBLE HERE AND NOW.

BWW REVIEW:  Heart And Honesty Aplenty As Matthew Mitcham Opens Up In UNDER THE COVERSBWW REVIEW: Heart And Honesty Aplenty As Matthew Mitcham Opens Up In UNDER THE COVERS
July 22, 2017

Former Olympic Diving gold medallist Matthew Mitcham's returns to the cabaret stage with UNDER THE COVERS.

BWW REVIEW: THIS MUCH IS TRUE Shines A Spotlight On The Fabulous Misfits Of One Of Sydney's Last Truly Local PubsBWW REVIEW: THIS MUCH IS TRUE Shines A Spotlight On The Fabulous Misfits Of One Of Sydney's Last Truly Local Pubs
July 16, 2017

The latest in Red Line Production's "Unspoken" season of stories most people dare not talk about shares the amazing stories of the misfits of Woolloomaloo in the world premiere of Louis Nowra's THIS MUCH IS TRUE.

BWW REVIEW: The Seedy Underbelly Of The Stamp Collecting World Comes To Light In MAURITIUSBWW REVIEW: The Seedy Underbelly Of The Stamp Collecting World Comes To Light In MAURITIUS
July 16, 2017

Mystery and manipulation come together as the fight for the 'crown jewels of stamp collecting' plays out in Theresa Rebeck's MARUITIUS.

BWW REVIEW: Giving Voice To A Part Of Australian Society Not Often Seen On Stage, AUSTRALIAN GRAFFITI Challenges The Prejudice Born Of Fear Of ChangeBWW REVIEW: Giving Voice To A Part Of Australian Society Not Often Seen On Stage, AUSTRALIAN GRAFFITI Challenges The Prejudice Born Of Fear Of Change
July 13, 2017

Presenting a story of a part of the community not often seen on stage, Disapol Savetsila's AUSTRALIAN GRAFFITI, directed by Paige Rattray, seeks to challenge Sydney Theatre Company audiences to rethink their views of the new and unknown.

BWW REVIEW: Caryl Churchill's Genderbending, Time Travelling CLOUD NINE Shines A Spotlight On How Much Society Has And Has Not Changed.BWW REVIEW: Caryl Churchill's Genderbending, Time Travelling CLOUD NINE Shines A Spotlight On How Much Society Has And Has Not Changed.
July 9, 2017

Caryl Churchill's CLOUD NINE, which premiered 38 years ago is reinterpreted for the 21st Century by Director Kip Williams.



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