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: Catherine Alcorn Brings THE DIVINE MISS BETTE To The Sydney Opera House For A Brilliant Celebration Of The Divine Miss M, Bette MidlerBWW REVIEW: Catherine Alcorn Brings THE DIVINE MISS BETTE To The Sydney Opera House For A Brilliant Celebration Of The Divine Miss M, Bette Midler
Posted: Aug. 24, 2018


BWW REVIEW: Based In Truth, THE SECRET SINGER Shares The Heartwarming Tale Of Wanting To Reconnect With The Joy Of MusicBWW REVIEW: Based In Truth, THE SECRET SINGER Shares The Heartwarming Tale Of Wanting To Reconnect With The Joy Of Music
Posted: Sep. 1, 2018


BWW REVIEW: JERSEY BOYS Returns To Sydney For A Fabulous Night Of NostalgiaBWW REVIEW: JERSEY BOYS Returns To Sydney For A Fabulous Night Of Nostalgia
Posted: Sep. 9, 2018


BWW REVIEW: SHE LOVES ME Is An Utterly Adorable Confection Of Captivating Classic Musical CharmBWW REVIEW: SHE LOVES ME Is An Utterly Adorable Confection Of Captivating Classic Musical Charm
Posted: Sep. 2, 2018


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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: LUNA GALE Is A Captivating And Confronting Story Of Trying To Serve The Best Interests Of An At Risk InfantBWW REVIEW: LUNA GALE Is A Captivating And Confronting Story Of Trying To Serve The Best Interests Of An At Risk Infant
September 16, 2018

Deciding the best interests of a dangerously ill infant plays out in the confronting story of LUNA GALE.

BWW REVIEW: ACCIDENTAL DEATH OF AN ANARCHIST Is An Absurd And Amusing Fight For Justice Presented By A Fabulous Female Cast.BWW REVIEW: ACCIDENTAL DEATH OF AN ANARCHIST Is An Absurd And Amusing Fight For Justice Presented By A Fabulous Female Cast.
September 16, 2018

ACCIDENTAL DEATH OF AN ANARCHIST is Francis Greenslade and Sarah Giles' fabulously fun, all female adaptation of Dario Fo's farce Morte Accidental Di Un Anarchico.

BWW REVIEW: THE HUMANS Gives An Unvarnished View The Average Working Class FamilyBWW REVIEW: THE HUMANS Gives An Unvarnished View The Average Working Class Family
September 14, 2018

Family bonds, expectations, and annoyances are aired as an Irish American family gather for Thanksgiving Dinner in THE HUMANS

BWW REVIEW: The Unique Intimate Experience of Jessica Bellamy's SHABBAT DINNER Enthrals And EducatesBWW REVIEW: The Unique Intimate Experience of Jessica Bellamy's SHABBAT DINNER Enthrals And Educates
September 11, 2018

In a society where people can still struggle with accepting others, Jessica Bellemy's SHABBAT DINNER breaks down barriers as she shares her faith, family stories and food with the intimate audience.

BWW REVIEW: BroadwayWorld Sydney Guest Critic George Farmakidis Shares His Views on Richard Carroll's CALAMITY JANE at Belvoir St TheatreBWW REVIEW: BroadwayWorld Sydney Guest Critic George Farmakidis Shares His Views on Richard Carroll's CALAMITY JANE at Belvoir St Theatre
September 10, 2018

BroadwayWorld Sydney Guest Critic George Farmakidis Shares His Views on Richard Carroll's CALAMITY JANE at Belvoir St Theatre

BWW REVIEW: Experience Theatre The Way Jacobean English Audiences Would Have With Pop-Up Globe's THE COMEDY OF ERRORSBWW REVIEW: Experience Theatre The Way Jacobean English Audiences Would Have With Pop-Up Globe's THE COMEDY OF ERRORS
September 10, 2018

Sydney is treated to the unique experience of seeing Shakespeare's plays performed in a full-scale temporary working replica of the second Globe Theatre which housed the King's Men's theatre troupe at the beginning of the 17th century.

BWW REVIEW: Captivating, Creative And Current, COCKROACH Contemplates A World Where Revenge For Violence Against Women Is Served By An Indestructible InsectBWW REVIEW: Captivating, Creative And Current, COCKROACH Contemplates A World Where Revenge For Violence Against Women Is Served By An Indestructible Insect
September 9, 2018

COCKROACH is the latest marvelous mix of entertainment and education to come from Writer and Director Melita Rowston.

BWW REVIEW: JERSEY BOYS Returns To Sydney For A Fabulous Night Of NostalgiaBWW REVIEW: JERSEY BOYS Returns To Sydney For A Fabulous Night Of Nostalgia
September 9, 2018

The fabulous sounds and styles of the 1960's and 70's comes to life with brilliant recreations of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons' music as the four seasons of their rise and demise is recounted from four differing viewpoints

BWW REVIEW: Justin Fleming Adapts Moliere For A Modern Generation With THE MISANTHROPEBWW REVIEW: Justin Fleming Adapts Moliere For A Modern Generation With THE MISANTHROPE
September 4, 2018

Bell Shakespeare and Griffin Theatre Company have joined forces again to present Justin Fleming's latest adaptation of a Moliere play with a contemporary take on THE MISANTHROPE.

BWW REVIEW: SHE LOVES ME Is An Utterly Adorable Confection Of Captivating Classic Musical CharmBWW REVIEW: SHE LOVES ME Is An Utterly Adorable Confection Of Captivating Classic Musical Charm
September 2, 2018

Old world charm and wonderful performances come together for SHE LOVES ME, the heartwarming story of lonely-hearts letter writers.

BWW REVIEW: Based In Truth, THE SECRET SINGER Shares The Heartwarming Tale Of Wanting To Reconnect With The Joy Of MusicBWW REVIEW: Based In Truth, THE SECRET SINGER Shares The Heartwarming Tale Of Wanting To Reconnect With The Joy Of Music
September 1, 2018

The personal heartwarming story of an unusual singing student wanting to reconnect with her love of music plays out in Joanna Weinberg's new 75 minute musical THE SECRET SINGER.

BroadwayWorld Sydney Guest Critic George Farmakidis Shares his views of Jakob Ahlbom's HORROR.BroadwayWorld Sydney Guest Critic George Farmakidis Shares his views of Jakob Ahlbom's HORROR.
August 30, 2018

BroadwayWorld Sydney Guest Critic George Farmakidis Shares his views of Jakob Ahlbom's HORROR.

BWW REVIEW: Mitchell Butel Delivers Another Night Of Sublime Music And Self Deprecating Stories In CROON TUNESBWW REVIEW: Mitchell Butel Delivers Another Night Of Sublime Music And Self Deprecating Stories In CROON TUNES
August 30, 2018

Multi Helpmann Award and BroadwayWorld Award winner Mitchell Butel returned to the Cabaret stage to share his love of CROON TUNES.

BWW REVIEW: Sharing Australian History And Women's Stories THE HARP IN THE SOUTH: PART ONE AND PART TWO Is A Theatre Experience Everyone Needs To SeeBWW REVIEW: Sharing Australian History And Women's Stories THE HARP IN THE SOUTH: PART ONE AND PART TWO Is A Theatre Experience Everyone Needs To See
August 29, 2018

Kate Mulvany's adaptation for stage of Ruth Park's much loved The Harp In The South trilogy directed by Kip Williams is a unequivocal success.

BWW REVIEW: Catherine Alcorn Brings THE DIVINE MISS BETTE To The Sydney Opera House For A Brilliant Celebration Of The Divine Miss M, Bette MidlerBWW REVIEW: Catherine Alcorn Brings THE DIVINE MISS BETTE To The Sydney Opera House For A Brilliant Celebration Of The Divine Miss M, Bette Midler
August 24, 2018

Sydney cabaret chanteuse Catherine Alcorn brings THE DIVINE MISS BETTE, her fabulous homage to Bette Midler, back to Sydney following a successful US tour.

BWW REVIEW: Acceptance And Prejudice Play Out In THE ELEPHANT MANBWW REVIEW: Acceptance And Prejudice Play Out In THE ELEPHANT MAN
August 24, 2018

The true story of Victorian England's medical mystery plays out in Bernard Pomerance's THE ELEPHANT MAN under Debbie Smith's direction.

BWW REVIEW: KING OF PIGS Shines A Spotlight On The Realities Many Women Face In An Effort To Change Toxic MasculinityBWW REVIEW: KING OF PIGS Shines A Spotlight On The Realities Many Women Face In An Effort To Change Toxic Masculinity
August 20, 2018

New Australian play by Steve Rodgers, KING OF PIGS, considers the prevalence of violence against women with a hope that future generations of men can be bought up to find ways to deal with their problems and emotions other than violence and abuse.

BWW REVIEW:  The Fabulous True Story Of King Charles II's Mistress And Pioneer Of Women In Theatre Comes To Life In NELL GWYNNBWW REVIEW: The Fabulous True Story Of King Charles II's Mistress And Pioneer Of Women In Theatre Comes To Life In NELL GWYNN
August 19, 2018

Brilliantly bawdy and incredibly clever, Jessica Swale's Laurence Olivier Award winning comedy (2016) NELL GWYNN is presented by Deborah Jones (Director) and New Theatre in a wonderfully presented expression of this surprisingly true story.

BWW REVIEW: Patrick Doyle's Dark And Magical Score Comes To Life With Sydney Symphony Orchestra's presentation of HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE IN CONCERT.BWW REVIEW: Patrick Doyle's Dark And Magical Score Comes To Life With Sydney Symphony Orchestra's presentation of HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE IN CONCERT.
August 17, 2018

The magic continues with Sydney Symphony Orchestra (SSO) continuation of their collaboration with CineConcerts to present the HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE IN CONCERT.

BWW REVIEW: MOBY DICK, Herman Melville's Great American Novel Is Given A Stripped Back Simplicity By Sport for JoveBWW REVIEW: MOBY DICK, Herman Melville's Great American Novel Is Given A Stripped Back Simplicity By Sport for Jove
August 17, 2018

Orson Welles adaptation of Herman Melville's grand tale of revenge, obsession and danger is presented with compact simplicity in Sport For Jove's presentation of MOBY DICK.



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