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: Belinda Davids Channels The Voice And Heart of A Legend In THE GREATEST LOVE OF ALL: THE WHITNEY HOUSTON SHOWBWW REVIEW: Belinda Davids Channels The Voice And Heart of A Legend In THE GREATEST LOVE OF ALL: THE WHITNEY HOUSTON SHOW
Posted: Feb. 3, 2018


BWW REVIEW: Packemin's Production Of SHREK THE MUSICAL Is A Fun Filled Polished ProductionBWW REVIEW: Packemin's Production Of SHREK THE MUSICAL Is A Fun Filled Polished Production
Posted: Feb. 4, 2018


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: Heartwarming And Heartbreaking, THE VIEW UPSTAIRS Transports The Audience To 1973 To Show How Far, Or Not, The LGBTIQ Fight For Acceptance Has Come.BWW REVIEW: Heartwarming And Heartbreaking, THE VIEW UPSTAIRS Transports The Audience To 1973 To Show How Far, Or Not, The LGBTIQ Fight For Acceptance Has Come.
Posted: Feb. 11, 2018


BWW REVIEW:  MAMMA MIA! Returns To The Sydney Stage In A New Interpretation Of The Feel Good MusicalBWW REVIEW: MAMMA MIA! Returns To The Sydney Stage In A New Interpretation Of The Feel Good Musical
Posted: Feb. 17, 2018


BWW REVIEW: A Chain Of Carnal Connection Across The Classes Come Together In FUCKING MENBWW REVIEW: A Chain Of Carnal Connection Across The Classes Come Together In FUCKING MEN
Posted: Feb. 10, 2018


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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 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


BWW REVIEW: Fitting In And Finding The Family That Fits Your Life Is Pulled Into Focus In STRANGERS IN BETWEENBWW REVIEW: Fitting In And Finding The Family That Fits Your Life Is Pulled Into Focus In STRANGERS IN BETWEEN
February 23, 2018

Director Daniel Lammin brings Tommy Murphy's award winning Australian play STRANGERS IN BETWEEN back to the Sydney stage to consider what has and hasn't changed for young people trying to find their place in society.

BWW REVIEW: The Balance Between Career and Caring Is Contemplated in TOP GIRLSBWW REVIEW: The Balance Between Career and Caring Is Contemplated in TOP GIRLS
February 22, 2018

In an era when female power and rights are being asserted and America was on the verge of its first female president, Imara Savage opens Sydney Theatre Company's 2018 season with Caryl Churchill's TOP GIRLS.

BWW REVIEW: THE IDEA OF NORTH's Beautiful A Cappella Concert GROOVE SESSIONS Makes For An Enjoyable Afternoon At Independent Theatre's Prelude In Tea: Song Series ConcertBWW REVIEW: THE IDEA OF NORTH's Beautiful A Cappella Concert GROOVE SESSIONS Makes For An Enjoyable Afternoon At Independent Theatre's Prelude In Tea: Song Series Concert
February 19, 2018

Australian A Capella group THE IDEA OF NORTH delighted the North Sydney audience with their performance of GROOVE SESSIONS at Independent Theatre's Prelude In Tea Song Series concert.

BWW REVIEW: Family, Fitting In and Fighting Against A Society That Sees Married White Men As The Pinnacle Is Examined In SINGLE ASIAN FEMALEBWW REVIEW: Family, Fitting In and Fighting Against A Society That Sees Married White Men As The Pinnacle Is Examined In SINGLE ASIAN FEMALE
February 19, 2018

Michelle Law's SINGLE ASIAN FEMALE finally puts an underrepresented portion of society on the Australian stage with a witty presentation of the challenges faced by the non-white population and women in general.

BWW REVIEW: The Spirit Of Joan Of Arc Is Channelled In JOAN, A Contemporary Expression Of The Famous French Saint's Incredible LifeBWW REVIEW: The Spirit Of Joan Of Arc Is Channelled In JOAN, A Contemporary Expression Of The Famous French Saint's Incredible Life
February 18, 2018

Lucy Jane Parkinson delivers a captivating performance in Lucy J Skilbeck's Award winning solo cabaret show JOAN.

BWW REVIEW:  MAMMA MIA! Returns To The Sydney Stage In A New Interpretation Of The Feel Good MusicalBWW REVIEW: MAMMA MIA! Returns To The Sydney Stage In A New Interpretation Of The Feel Good Musical
February 17, 2018

Australian Director Gary Young has reinterpreted MAMMA MIA! for Australian audiences, delivering a fresh new take on the work, 19 years after it debuted on the West End.

BWW REVIEW: Visually Captivating, Ancient Mythology Is Given Contemporary Currency In METAMORPHOSESBWW REVIEW: Visually Captivating, Ancient Mythology Is Given Contemporary Currency In METAMORPHOSES
February 16, 2018

Mary Zimmerman's Award Winning METAMORPHOSES is presented with intrigue and ingenuity by Dino Dimitriadis (Director).

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
February 13, 2018

BroadwayWorld Sydney was given an exclusive taste of ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER: UNMASKED: THE PLATINUM COLLECTION ahead of it's release on 16th March 2018 through Universal Music.

BWW REVIEW: The Challenge Of Growing Older Plays Out in TRAVELLING NORTHBWW REVIEW: The Challenge Of Growing Older Plays Out in TRAVELLING NORTH
February 12, 2018

Genesian Theatre starts off its 2018 season with David Williamson's TRAVELLING NORTH, a middle class story of finding love, moving on and getting older.

BWW REVIEW: Heartwarming And Heartbreaking, THE VIEW UPSTAIRS Transports The Audience To 1973 To Show How Far, Or Not, The LGBTIQ Fight For Acceptance Has Come.BWW REVIEW: Heartwarming And Heartbreaking, THE VIEW UPSTAIRS Transports The Audience To 1973 To Show How Far, Or Not, The LGBTIQ Fight For Acceptance Has Come.
February 11, 2018

Energetic, Engaging and Emotional, THE VIEW UPSTAIRS takes the audience back to a historic moment in the LGBTIQ past to give a voice to the patrons of The UpStairs Lounge in an effort to explain the past, present and future of the still repressed minority.

BWW REVIEW: VISITING HOURS Challenges The Audience to Relinquish Control As They Enter A Surreal WorldBWW REVIEW: VISITING HOURS Challenges The Audience to Relinquish Control As They Enter A Surreal World
February 11, 2018

Asking the audience to put their trust in a team of drugged up, delusional and demented doctors and nurses, VISITING HOURS is an intriguing immersive theatre experience.

BWW REVIEW: A Chain Of Carnal Connection Across The Classes Come Together In FUCKING MENBWW REVIEW: A Chain Of Carnal Connection Across The Classes Come Together In FUCKING MEN
February 10, 2018

Mark G Nagle brings Joe DiPietro's FUCKING MEN to New Theatre for their 2018 contribution to the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras season.

BWW REVIEW: Butel Is Heaven Sent In The Australian Premiere Of AN ACT OF GODBWW REVIEW: Butel Is Heaven Sent In The Australian Premiere Of AN ACT OF GOD
February 7, 2018

David Jeverbaum's hit play AN ACT OF GOD is a hilarious schooling by the Almighty himself on his view of mankind and the myths surrounding Christianity.

BWW REVIEW: Packemin's Production Of SHREK THE MUSICAL Is A Fun Filled Polished ProductionBWW REVIEW: Packemin's Production Of SHREK THE MUSICAL Is A Fun Filled Polished Production
February 4, 2018

The heart-warming story of acceptance and friendship comes to life in Packemin Productions' staging of SHREK THE MUSICAL.

BWW REVIEW: Belinda Davids Channels The Voice And Heart of A Legend In THE GREATEST LOVE OF ALL: THE WHITNEY HOUSTON SHOWBWW REVIEW: Belinda Davids Channels The Voice And Heart of A Legend In THE GREATEST LOVE OF ALL: THE WHITNEY HOUSTON SHOW
February 3, 2018

Belinda Davids celebrates the music and memory of Whitney Houston in THE GREATEST LOVE OF ALL: THE WHITNEY HOUSTON SHOW.

BWW REVIEW: Noni Hazlehurst Presents A Sublime Performance In Daniel Keene's MOTHERBWW REVIEW: Noni Hazlehurst Presents A Sublime Performance In Daniel Keene's MOTHER
January 26, 2018

Noni Hazlehurst challenges the audience to consider how they judge and treat the people on the periphery of society in her fabulous performance in MOTHER.

BWW REVIEW: Sydney Symphony Orchestra Presents A Beautiful Backing To MEOW MEOW'S PANDEMONIUM.BWW REVIEW: Sydney Symphony Orchestra Presents A Beautiful Backing To MEOW MEOW'S PANDEMONIUM.
January 23, 2018

Australian cabaret performer Melissa Madden Gray, otherwise known as Meow Meow, returns to the Sydney Opera House to join forces with the wonderful Sydney Symphony Orchestra (SSO) for MEOW MEOW'S PANDEMONIUM. Under the baton of conductor Iain Grandage, who also worked with Madden Grey to compose a number of the works, the SSO creates an often cinematic score for Madden Gray's madness.

BWW REVIEW: GREASE THE ARENA EXPERIENCE Restyles The Broadway Version Of The Classic Musical With The Addition Of An Ensemble Of Over 500 Children And Young Adults.BWW REVIEW: GREASE THE ARENA EXPERIENCE Restyles The Broadway Version Of The Classic Musical With The Addition Of An Ensemble Of Over 500 Children And Young Adults.
January 21, 2018

Harvest Rain Theatre Company brings GREASE THE ARENA EXPERIENCE To Sydney to entertain and engage young performers for a short summer season.

BWW REVIEW: Friendships, Fitting In And Fear Of Letting Go Play Out In TONSILS + TWEEZERSBWW REVIEW: Friendships, Fitting In And Fear Of Letting Go Play Out In TONSILS + TWEEZERS
January 17, 2018

A twisting tale of friendship, trauma and the need to move on plays out in the comically disturbing TONSILS + TWEEZERS

BWW REVIEW: THERE WILL BE A CLIMAX Is A Bright And Bizarre Piece Of Perpetual Motion That Provokes ThoughtBWW REVIEW: THERE WILL BE A CLIMAX Is A Bright And Bizarre Piece Of Perpetual Motion That Provokes Thought
January 17, 2018

Alexander Berlage (Director/Lighting Design) brings his brilliantly baffling piece of physical theatre, THERE WILL BE A CLIMAX, to the Old Fitz Theatre.



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