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: THE ROYAL EDINBURGH MILITARY TATTOO SYDNEY 2019 Gives Sydney A Taste Of The Scottish Tradition With An Australian TwistBWW 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: Anthony Warlow And Jemma Rix Stun In Concertworks' JEKYLL & HYDEBWW REVIEW: Anthony Warlow And Jemma Rix Stun In Concertworks' JEKYLL & HYDE
Posted: Nov. 5, 2019


BWW REVIEW: Toxic Masculinity And Outdated Views On Women Are Highlighted In Bell Shakespeare's Modern Staging Of Comic Love Story MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING.BWW REVIEW: Toxic Masculinity And Outdated Views On Women Are Highlighted In Bell Shakespeare's Modern Staging Of Comic Love Story MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING.
Posted: Oct. 26, 2019


BWW REVIEW: BILLY ELLIOT Is A Celebration Of Dance And Having The Courage To Follow Your Dreams No Matter What Society SaysBWW REVIEW: BILLY ELLIOT Is A Celebration Of Dance And Having The Courage To Follow Your Dreams No Matter What Society Says
Posted: Oct. 21, 2019


BWW REVIEW: FANGIRLS Is A New High Energy Comedy Thriller Musical That Reminds Us Girls Are Capable Of So Much More Than What Society Wants Them To Think.BWW REVIEW: FANGIRLS Is A New High Energy Comedy Thriller Musical That Reminds Us Girls Are Capable Of So Much More Than What Society Wants Them To Think.
Posted: Oct. 20, 2019


BWW REVIEW: Pheromones, Possessiveness and Perfidy Combine In The Stage Adaptation of Tennessee Williams' BABY DOLL.BWW REVIEW: Pheromones, Possessiveness and Perfidy Combine In The Stage Adaptation of Tennessee Williams' BABY DOLL.
Posted: Oct. 28, 2019


BWW REVIEW: Guest Reviewer Kym Vaitiekus Shares His Thoughts On DEADHOUSE SEASON 2 TALES OF SYDNEY MORGUEBWW REVIEW: Guest Reviewer Kym Vaitiekus Shares His Thoughts On DEADHOUSE SEASON 2 TALES OF SYDNEY MORGUE
Posted: Oct. 26, 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: THE ROYAL EDINBURGH MILITARY TATTOO SYDNEY 2019 Gives Sydney A Taste Of The Scottish Tradition With An Australian TwistBWW 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: 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: CIRQUE DU SOLEIL Brings The Whimsical Steampunk World Of KURIOS- CABINET OF CURIOSITIES to Sydney's Entertainment QuarterBWW 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: Kerrie Anne Greenland Shares Her Love Of Movies And Music in PICTURES: SONGS FROM MOVIE MUSICALS
April 27, 2019

Helpmann Award Winner Kerrie Anne Greenland soars as she shares her favorite movie musical songs in PICTURES: SONGS FROM MOVIE MUSICALS.  Tying in with her recently released album of the same name, this is Sydney's opportunity to get to hear this brilliant voice before she crosses over to her latest pursuit of a Masters in Opera. 

BWW REVIEW: The Charismatic Composer And Music Director To A Multitude Of Musicals Steven Kreamer Comes Out Into The Spotlight For His Intimate Cabaret I SING SONGS
April 27, 2019

Whilst many could be forgiven for not knowing Steven Kreamer's face, chances are if you've been to a musical at the Hayes (plus other independent theatres), you've heard his musical talents.  I SING SONGS is Kreamer's chance to be the star of his show as he shares his own compositions, covers and comical chat.

BWW REVIEW: George Bernard Shaw's Edwardian Expression Of The Greek Myth Is Given A Steampunk Aesthetic In New Theatre's PYGMALION
April 27, 2019

George Bernard Shaw's comic romance of the Cockney flower girl and the Phonetics professor is recreated in New Theatre's staging of PYGMALION. 

BWW REVIEW: Ancient Greek Tragedy Is Given A 21st Century Makeover In A New Adaptation Of AJAX
April 27, 2019

Sophocles' tale of the trauma of war is presented for a contemporary audience with the new adaptation of AJAX by Robert Johnson, Jonathan Graffam and Cast.  Post traumatic stress disorder, anger, guilt and the question of how affected the children of war really are explored in this 55 minute work. 

BWW REVIEW: FRIDA KAHLO: VIVA LA VIDA Presents A Glimpse Into The Famous Artists World
April 26, 2019

Mexican playwright Humberto Robles' FRIDA KAHLO: VIVA LA VIDA, adapted from Spanish by Gael Le Cornec and Luis Benkard and directed by Anna Jahjah, brings the complex painter, lover and political figure to life with playful expression from solo performer Kate Bookallil

BWW REVIEW: Sydney Philharmonia Choirs Joins With Hannover's Capella St Crucis For A Moment Of Easter Escape With BACH AND MOZART: IN THE IMAGINATION OF THEIR HEARTS
April 21, 2019

Baroque, Classical and Contemporary music comes together for Sydney Philharmonia Choirs' Easter concert BACH AND MOZART: IN THE IMAGINATION OF THEIR HEARTS. 

BWW REVIEW: RABBIT HOLE Shares One Family's Journey Through Grief Without But Lacks Any Significant Revelations
April 21, 2019

David Lindsay-Abaire's RABBIT HOLE presents a middle-class family's experience with the death of a child in a somewhat staid and reserved expression middle class America, albeit with Australia voices.

BWW REVIEW: Rabbit Holes Make Way For Portals To Hell In The Hilarious Horror Of ALICE IN SLASHERLAND
April 21, 2019

Lewis and Alice are a world away from the sweet fantasy world of Carroll's famous story as benevolent white rabbits and mischievous disappearing cats are replaced with malevolent hessian headed horrors and horny talking teddy bears in Qui Nguyen's ALICE IN SLASHERLAND. 

BWW REVIEW: Personal and Poignant, A LITTLE PIECE OF ASH Gives An Insight Into Grief And An Ancient Culture
April 19, 2019

A Rollercoaster of emotions, A LITTLE PIECE OF ASH shares a personal journey of dealing with death. 

BWW REVIEW: CHAMBER POT OPERA Returns To Sydney to Take Over The Sydney Opera House Ladies Lavatories
April 14, 2019

First seen in Sydney's Queen Victoria Building bathroom in November 2016, the quirky little CHAMBER POT OPERA returns to Sydney to take up residence in the Sydney Opera House's ground floor Ladies lavatories.

BWW REVIEW: As Scientists Prepared To Make Particle Colliding History One Family Faces The Challenge Of Disparate Personalities Being Forced Together in MOSQUITOES
April 14, 2019

Drawing parallels with particle physics, Lucy Kirkwood's latest play MOSQUITOES considers human behavior and family dynamics.

BWW REVIEW: HARRY POTTER AND THE ORDER OF THE PHOENIX: IN CONCERT, presented by Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Lets Audiences Marvel At The Music While Reliving The Magic Of
April 11, 2019

Sydney Symphony Orchestra (SSO) continue their crowd-pleasing collaboration with CineConcerts to deliver another captivating live music and screened movie experience with HARRY POTTER AND THE ORDER OF THE PHOENIX IN CONCERT. 

BWW REVIEW:. BARBARA & THE CAMP DOGS, The Bold, Brash And Brilliant Must See Australian Work Returns For An Encore Season.
April 6, 2019

Following on from a successful 2017 premiere season, Ursula Yovich and Alana Valentine's BARBARA & THE CAMP DOGS returns to Belvoir for a second season.

BWW REVIEW: Two Sides To A Marriage Play Out In The Unusual Non Linear THE LAST FIVE YEARS
April 5, 2019

Jason Robert Brown's (Music, Book and Lyrics) THE LAST FIVE YEARS receives a rare Sydney staging at Ensemble, showcasing two talented singers and an incredible pianist.

BWW REVIEW: Fabulous Movement and Marcia Hines Are The Standouts Of Sydney's SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER
April 5, 2019

The movie that helped make disco mainstream is given a 21st century musical theatre makeover with Karen Johnson Mortimer's Australian adaptation of Stephane Jarny's original French adaptation of SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER.

BWW REVIEW: A Female Footballer In A Man's World, FIERCE Exposes The Misogyny and Hypocrisy Of An Outdated World That Unfortunately Still Exists.
April 3, 2019

Exposing male toxicity in the world of Australian Rules Football, FIERCE contemplates what would happen if a female were drafted to an Australian Football League (AFL) team in the 21st century.

BWW REVIEW: Family, Finality And Fear Come Together In What Is Normally A Festive Season In A Moving ONCE IN ROYAL DAVID'S CITY
April 1, 2019

Patrick Howard (Director) strips New Theatre back to its bare bones for Michael Gow's (playwright) ONCE IN ROYAL DAVID'S CITY, a Brechtian Australian story of connection, compassion and coming to terms with terminal illness.

BWW REVIEW: The Ridiculousness Of Cop Shows, Cartoons And Comics Comes Together In New Australian Comedy LEOPARDSKIN
March 29, 2019

With echoes of the superheroes that became unrecognizable with a simple change of attire (think Clark Kent/Superman), dominatrix inspired power women and dopey sidekicks (think Boris and Natasha) and cutesy, seemingly innocuous feminine figures (think Powderpuff Girls), LEOPARDSKIN turns the fight for the law on its head whilst also holding a message for never underestimating the power and skills of women. 

BWW REVIEW: A Small Town Australian Story Big On Heart, APPLETON LADIES POTATO RACE Gives Hope For A More Balanced Society Where Women Are Valued Equally To Men
March 28, 2019

Based in truth, APPLETON LADIES POTATO RACE is a delightful little slice of modern day Australian whilst highlighting how far we still need to go in achieving gender equality in the 21st century. 

BWW REVIEW: A Celebration Of Music And Friendship, THE CHOIR OF MAN Invites The Audience To Share A Beer Whilst Exploring Men's Mental Health & Community Connection
March 23, 2019

Following on from successful Adelaide and Edinburgh Fringe Festival seasons, THE CHOIR OF MAN invites Sydney audiences to join them in a quintessential English Pub for a night of merriment, music and healthy modern masculinity.



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