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: Guest Reviewer George Farmakidis Shares His Thoughts On HAIRBWW REVIEW: Guest Reviewer George Farmakidis Shares His Thoughts On HAIR
Posted: Oct. 3, 2019


BWW REVIEW: Guest Reviewer Kym Vaitiekus Shares His Thoughts On THE ANGRY BRIGADEBWW REVIEW: Guest Reviewer Kym Vaitiekus Shares His Thoughts On THE ANGRY BRIGADE
Posted: Oct. 5, 2019


Guest Reviewer Kym Vaitiekus Shares His Thoughts On SIBLINGSHIPGuest Reviewer Kym Vaitiekus Shares His Thoughts On SIBLINGSHIP
Posted: Oct. 10, 2019


BWW REVIEW: Guest Reviewer Kym Vaitiekus Shares His Thoughts On THE SAPPHIRESBWW REVIEW: Guest Reviewer Kym Vaitiekus Shares His Thoughts On THE SAPPHIRES
Posted: Sep. 25, 2019


BWW REVIEW: Guest Reviewer Kym Vaitiekus Shares His Thoughts On PARTY SNAKEBWW REVIEW: Guest Reviewer Kym Vaitiekus Shares His Thoughts On PARTY SNAKE
Posted: Sep. 17, 2019


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BWW REVIEW: Bobby Fox Treats Sydney Opera House Audience To The World Premiere Of His New Cabaret THE IRISH BOYBWW REVIEW: Bobby Fox Treats Sydney Opera House Audience To The World Premiere Of His New Cabaret THE IRISH BOY
Posted: Jun. 8, 2019


BWW REVIEW:  Anthony Warlow Is Deliciously Dark In SWEENEY TODD THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET.BWW REVIEW: Anthony Warlow Is Deliciously Dark In SWEENEY TODD THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET.
Posted: Jun. 14, 2019


BWW REVIEW: CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF Sees Self-Loathing, Secrets, Scheming And Sexuality Collide As Family Members Struggle To “Survive”BWW REVIEW: CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF Sees Self-Loathing, Secrets, Scheming And Sexuality Collide As Family Members Struggle To “Survive”
Posted: May. 5, 2019


BWW REVIEW: Packemin Productions Presents A Slick Interpretation of JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTARBWW REVIEW: Packemin Productions Presents A Slick Interpretation of JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR
Posted: Feb. 9, 2019


BWW REVIEW: Guest Reviewer George Farmakidis Shares His Thoughts On HAIRBWW REVIEW: Guest Reviewer George Farmakidis Shares His Thoughts On HAIR
Posted: Oct. 3, 2019


BWW REVIEW: Kate Mulvany's New Adaptation of MARY STUART Returns Feminine Power To Scotland and England's Famous QueensBWW REVIEW: Kate Mulvany's New Adaptation of MARY STUART Returns Feminine Power To Scotland and England's Famous Queens
Posted: Feb. 10, 2019


BWW REVIEW: CIRQUE DU SOLEIL Brings The Whimsical Steampunk World Of KURIOS- CABINET OF CURIOSITIES to Sydney's Entertainment Quarter
October 11, 2019

CIRQUE DU SOLEIL continues to spark audience's imaginations with their trademark style of well crafted grand circus as they bring KURIOS a?" CABINET OF CURIOSITIES to Sydney.

Guest Reviewer Kym Vaitiekus Shares His Thoughts On SIBLINGSHIP
October 10, 2019

SIBLINGSHIP tells the story of two talented Italian siblings on their journey into the performing arts.

BWW REVIEW: Guest Reviewer Kym Vaitiekus Shares His Thoughts On THE ANGRY BRIGADE
October 5, 2019

'Against a backdrop of Tory cuts, high unemployment and the deregulated economy of 1970s Britain, a young urban guerrilla group mobilises: The Angry Brigade. Their targets: MPs, embassies, police, pageant queens. A world of order is shattered by anarchy and the rules have changed. An uprising has begun. No one is exempt.' The New Theatre impresses us again with their production of James Graham's The Angry Brigade.

BWW REVIEW: Guest Reviewer George Farmakidis Shares His Thoughts On HAIR
October 3, 2019

BWW REVIEW: Guest Reviewer George Farmakidis Shares His Thoughts On HAIR

BWW REVIEW: Guest Reviewer Kym Vaitiekus Shares His Thoughts On THE SAPPHIRES
September 25, 2019

Four sisters form Yorta Yorta, in country Victoria, perform a Supremes tribute show. Their first gig is a tour in Vietnam to entertain the troops on the front line. To their surprise they come too close to the dangers of warfare while dealing with clashes of races, the trials of relationships and the challenges of performing in a foreign war.

BWW REVIEW: Guest Reviewer Kym Vaitiekus Shares His Thoughts On PARTY SNAKE
September 17, 2019

PARTY SNAKE challenges us on concepts around conformity, ways of being, expectations, the life of an artist and the nature of relationships.

BWW REVIEW: Guest Reviewer Kym Vaitiekus Shares His Thoughts On CHORUS by Bontom
September 9, 2019

This production tells the story of a young performer who ultimately choses between family and fame on the journey to obtain success in the music industry. It also explores the struggles one has in relationships especially when it clashes with the career of a pop icon.

BWW REVIEW: Guest Reviewer Kym Vaitiekus Shares His Thoughts On SYDNEY PHILHARMONIA CHOIRS PRESENTS IN THE MOOD
September 5, 2019

The Sydney Philharmonia Choirs conducted by Brett Weymark present a musical love letter to Sydney.

BWW REVIEW: Guest Reviewer Kym Vaitiekus Shares His Thoughts On Bell Shakespeare Titus Andronicus
September 3, 2019

Titus Andronicus- prepare to be challenged.

BWW REVIEW: CAROLINE, OR CHANGE Sets A New Style Of Musical While Contemplating Change From The Simplest Nickels And Dimes To Major Movements Of Social Equality
August 30, 2019

Under Mitchell Butel's direction, Tony Kushner (book and lyrics) and Jeanine Tesori's (music) CAROLINE, OR CHANGE contemplates the shifting social landscape of America in 1963.

BWW REVIEW: Broadway's Longest Running Musical Revival, CHICAGO Returns To Sydney With An Interesting Twist On The Villianous Duo Of Dames.
August 28, 2019

Natalie Bassingthwaighte (Roxie) and Alinta Chidzey (Velma) lead the Sydney return of Walter Bobbie's multi award winning revival of John Kander (Music), Fred Ebb (Lyrics & Book), and Bob Fosse's (Book) CHICAGO

BWW REVIEW: 62 Years After Debuting On Broadway, WEST SIDE STORY Holds A Relevance For A Modern Age
August 21, 2019

Director Joey McKneely pairs Robbins' original choreography with a new vision to present the ground-breaking musical for a new generation and following an international tour, WEST SIDE STORY arrives in Sydney with an all Australian cast of fresh young faces.

BWW REVIEW: RAINBOW'S END Celebrates The Power Of Women While Presenting The Australian Aboriginal Story With Honesty And Humour
August 16, 2019

Based in truth Jane Harrison's RAINBOW'S END gives audiences an insight into the Aboriginal Australian story and their fight for recognition and equal rights.  

BWW REVIEW: American Classic THE GRAPES OF WRATH Serves As A Reminder Of The Human Spirit And The Inhumanity Of Government And Big Business
August 11, 2019

Frank Galati's adaptation of John Steinbeck's Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and National Book Award winning THE GRAPES OF WRATH is presented with clarity and creativity by director Louise Fischer for New Theatre. 

BWW REVIEW: LIFE OF GALILEO Looks To The Past As A Reminder That We Need To Stop History Repeating Itself
August 10, 2019

Bertolt Brecht's LIFE OF GALILEO is given a modern makeover in Tom Wright's adaptation, directed by Eamon Flack for Belvoir St Theatre.

BWW REVIEW: Twisted Minds Are Unleashed And Facades Fall When A Cat Goes Missing In WINK
August 8, 2019

Jen Silverman's WINK explores the what happens when civilized sensibilities are stripped away and true tendencies are let loose.

BWW REVIEW: Packemin Productions Delivers Another Night Of Pro/Am Musical Theatre Family Fun With MAMMA MIA!
August 6, 2019

Packemin Productions puts its big cast spin on the Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus' hit jukebox musical MAMMA MIA!

BWW REVIEW: Powerful and Personal, Meyne Wyatt's First Play CITY OF GOLD Elicits Laughter, Tears And Hopefully A Desire To Make Australia A Better Place For Our First Nat
August 4, 2019

Acclaimed actor Meyne Wyatt's first foray into writing a play delivers a brilliantly powerful piece of theatre that centers on family and community whilst unashamedly exposing the racism towards Indigenous Australians that still exists.

BWW REVIEW: The Minefield Of Modern Dating Is Exposed as Toxic Misogyny And Feisty Feminism Go Head to Head in BANGING DENMARK.
August 3, 2019

Van Badham's new Australian play BANGING DENMARK is a fabulously funny schooling of the misogynistic men who think that having 'game' and getting girls is more important that being decent human beings.

BWW REVIEW: TABLE Shares Over A Century Of Hopes, Heartaches and History Held In the Best Family's Humble Handcrafted Piece of Furniture
August 1, 2019

Tanya Ronder's TABLE holds the secrets of the Best Family in this intriguing and inventive expression of the old adage 'if this table could talk, the stories it could tell'.



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