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Jade Kops

Jade is an Aviation Safety Training Instructor with a love of Theatre, Cabaret, Musical Theatre, and music and is a committed advocate for the live performing arts industry in Sydney and Australia. Since 2019 she has held a coveted position on the voting panel for the prestigious Sydney Theatre Awards and has been part of voting collegiate for the Helpmann Awards, the Australian equivalent of the Tony Awards, since 2015.  Prior to joining BroadwayWorld in 2014 Jade was a Special Guest Critic for GlamAdelaide, specialising in Cabaret.  




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BWW REVIEW: THE ROYAL EDINBURGH MILITARY TATTOO SYDNEY 2019 Gives Sydney A Taste Of T PhotoBWW REVIEW: THE ROYAL EDINBURGH MILITARY TATTOO SYDNEY 2019 Gives Sydney A Taste Of The Scottish Tradition With An Australian Twist
Posted: Oct. 22, 2019


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


BWW REVIEW: Packemin Presents A High Standard Pro/Am Production Of LES MISERABLES PhotoBWW REVIEW: Packemin Presents A High Standard Pro/Am Production Of LES MISERABLES
Posted: Feb. 16, 2020


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


BWW REVIEW: Hilarious And Harrowing, THE BEAUTY QUEEN OF LEENANE Takes A Look Into Th PhotoBWW REVIEW: Hilarious And Harrowing, THE BEAUTY QUEEN OF LEENANE Takes A Look Into The Lives Of The Forgotten
Posted: Nov. 28, 2019


BWW Update: Australian Artists Join Together To Keep Creating During The COVID-19 Wit PhotoBWW Update: Australian Artists Join Together with New Initiatives
Posted: Mar. 18, 2020


BWW REVIEW: Will Eno's THOM PAIN (BASED ON NOTHING) Is Presented For A Socially Distanced Audience In A Live Performance Streamed Online.
June 30, 2020

Red Line Productions latest theatre in isolation sees the multi award-winning Toby Schmitz return to the Old Fitz Theatre stage in Will Eno's THOM PAIN ( BASED ON NOTHING). 

BWW REVIEW: Drawing On The Surge Of Zoom Online Meetings, WHO'S YOUR BAGHDADDY? (OR HOW I STARTED THE IRAQ WAR) Is Adapted For The COVID-19 Digital Age For Home Viewing.
June 26, 2020

Neil Gooding's (Director) reimagining of Marshall Pailet (music and book) and A.D. Penedo's (lyrics and book) WHO'S YOUR BAGHDADDY (OR HOW I STARTED THE IRAQ WAR) draws on the technology that has kept the world connected to bring a different style of live theatre to audiences that are not allowed in theatres.

BWW REVIEW: AT LAST-ELENOA ROKOBARO LIVE IN CONCERT Brings A Cabaret Love Letter To Loungerooms For Audiences Craving Live Performance While Theatres Remain Closed.
June 26, 2020

Red Line Productions and screen content creators Tribal Apes have joined to bring Elenoa Rokabaro's cabaret concert AT LAST to audiences around the world in two exclusive globally streamed Live concerts.

BWW Update: Australian Artists Entertain During Forced Shutdown - List of People And Companies To Follow For Your Theatre World Fix.
March 26, 2020

BWW Update: Australian Artists Entertain During Forced Shutown - List of People And Companies To Follow For Your Theatre World Fix.

BWW Update: Australian Artists Join Together To Keep Creating During The COVID-19 With HOPE. A NEW WORKS DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE
March 18, 2020

With the Australian government restricting gatherings of more than 100 people Australian writer/composer/actor James Millar came up with the idea of HOPE. A NEW WORKS DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE to keep artists 'exercising' their creativity while the world and particularly the Arts industry recovers from COVID-19.

BWW Review: The Musical Adaptation of THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY Makes Its Australian Debut In Sydney
March 13, 2020

Jason Robert Brown (Music and lyrics) and Marsha Norman's (Book) Musical adaptation of Robert James Walller's American 1992 Best Selling romance novella THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY is bought to the Sydney stage by director Neil Gooding

BWW REVIEW: Revenge, Deception, And Self-Centered Ambitions Circle In The Snow Of Denmark In Bell Shakespeare's HAMLET
March 7, 2020

Director Peter Evans seeks to create an interpretation of William Shakespeare's HAMLET for a modern world to start Bell Shakespeare's 2020 season.

BWW REVIEW: Science, Sport And Seeking More To Life Come Together In AUSTRALIAN OPEN
March 1, 2020

Riley Spadaro brings the world premiere of Angus Cameron's AUSTRALIAN OPEN to the Sydney stage as part of KXTeethCutting 's 2020 season.

BWW REVIEW: A New Generation Finding Solace From The Perceived Pressures Of Life Is Presented in SHEPHERD
February 29, 2020

Liam Maguire's SHEPHERD shares a modern age method of coping with the stress of the connected community.

BWW REVIEW: OUR BLOOD RUNS IN THE STREET Is A Powerful And Confronting Piece Of Theatre About NSW's Recent History of Violence Towards The LGBTIQ Community.
February 23, 2020

The shocking and horrific details of the violence towards the NSW LGBTIQ community are presented in OUR BLOOD RUNS IN THE STREET, a new piece of powerful verbatim theatre.

BWW REVIEW: Engaging, Entertaining and Educational, Courtney Act Shares Her Story In An Effort To Help People Understand Gender Fluidity With Her New Cabaret FLUID.
February 23, 2020

Internationally famous Courtney Act returns to Australia to share her experience with gender fluidity in her new cabaret FLUID, complete with fabulous frocks, beautiful hair and all new musical compositions.  

BWW REVIEW: THE CAMPAIGN Shares The Tasmanian Gay Lesbian Rights Group's Path To Achieving Legal Acceptance Of Homosexuality In The Island State
February 22, 2020

Campion Decent's THE CAMPAIGN presents an incredibly insightful piece of verbatim theatre that shares the Tasmanian Gay Lesbian Rights Group's (TGLRG) fight to have homosexual acts decriminalized. 

BWW REVIEW: A Desire To Die With Dignity Drives A Family To Deal With Their Ruptured Relationships in CRUNCH TIME.
February 22, 2020

David Williamson rounds out over half a century of putting Australian stories stage with his final work, CRUNCH TIME.

BWW REVIEW: Gerry Connolly Allows Sydney Audiences To Experience His Most Famous Character Once More With THE RISE AND DISGUISE OF ELIZABETH R.
February 19, 2020

THE RISE AND DISGUISE OF ELIZABETH R shares Gerry Connolly's relationship with his most popular impersonation, Queen Elizabeth II.

BWW REVIEW: The 21st Century Update Of 70's Italian Farce NO PAY? NO WAY! Reinforces That Corporate Greed Continues over 40 years later.
February 19, 2020

Marieke Hardy's new adaptation of Dario Fo's Marxist political farce NO PAY? NO WAY! is a cracker of a comedy with grounding in truth and remains relevant over 40 years later.

BWW REVIEW: Packemin Presents A High Standard Pro/Am Production Of LES MISERABLES
February 16, 2020

Claude-Michel Schönberg (Music), Herbert Kretzmer's (English Lyrics) and Alain Boubil and Jean-Marc Natel (both Original French) world famous LES MISERABLES is given the Packemin Productions Pro/Am big cast treatment at Riverside Theatre Parramatta.

BWW REVIEW: The Importance Understanding Your Own Worth Independent Of Anyone Else Is Explored In THE DEEP BLUE SEA.
February 11, 2020

Under award winning director Paige Rattray's considered eye, Sydney Theatre Company opens their 2020 season with Terence Rattigan's THE DEEP BLUE SEA.

BWW REVIEW: The Complexities Of Love, Grief Dealing With Loved Ones In Pain Are Expressed In JESUS WANTS ME FOR A SUN BEAM.
February 9, 2020

Steve Rodgers' adaptation of Peter Goldsworthy's novella JESUS WANTS ME FOR A SUN BEAM comes to the Belvoir St stage under Darren Yap's direction. 

BWW REVIEW: ANGRY F-S Is A Comedy Thriller For The Modern Age
February 8, 2020

In an era where political leaders are more often promoting division and prejudice, the show presents an amusing take on what could happen if seemingly peaceful people take matters into their own hands and were able to say a 'I Made It Better' 

BWW REVIEW: Jesse Eisenberg's THE SPOILS Emphasizes Allowances Afforded The Arrogant Affluent.
February 3, 2020

Jesse Eisenberg's THE SPOILS reinforces the ability of rich white men to get away with abhorrent behavior with little to no consequences.



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