KXT in the MEDIA

great to hear director Shaun Rennie and actor Jamie Oxenbould on ABC SYDNEY radio speaking with James Valentine about Outhouse Theatre Co, KXT and TREVOR. There’s some especially good chat about affordable theatre and the excitement of intimate spaces. FF through to about 25

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on closing night of A LITTLE PIECE OF ASH the JACKRABBIT team welcomed in a crew from ABCTV’s The Mix. Playing on the Sunday show 5th May, then available on iView

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“let’s talk about death baby…” Megan Wilding spoke with ABC RN about

A LITTLE PIECE OF ASH.

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THE RIME OF THE ANCIENT MARINER by Little Eggs

in the Bordello Room (Level 4) a POPUPSTAIRS event presented by JACKRABBIT THEATRE

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️  SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️  1/2 THE MUSIC ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ARTS HUB

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On a planet that can feel more disheartening each year, there’s a remarkable catharsis in laughing with strangers in a dark room” Playwright LIAM MAGUIRE speaks to Audrey Journal about the first full season in the HI-JACKED RABBIT season


“Creative and clever, the work encompasses virtually all that is resonating within our immediate zeitgeist, effectively shaping itself into a condensed representation of our life and times, as things stand at the moment…” SUZY WRONG on Dumpster Divas: Art v Garbage, a Sydney Mardi Gras event a part of the Hi-Jacked Rabbit double bill


⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ TIME OUT SYDNEY

“This debut play features two gay robbers and a hell of a lot of cocaine. Playwright John O’Donovan’s first full-length play …follows two young gay men in love, and the prospect of a marriage between two men hangs over much of the action. But this isn’t a play about marriage equality. Instead, it’s about the knottier stuff of gay lives in certain corners of the world, and the kind of people who’ll never be the poster boys for the progressive cause….”

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ahead of the HI-JACKED RABBIT season, Charlie Falkner from JackRabbit Theatre writes for AUDREY JOURNAL “entertainment seems to have become a dirty word” what can theatre do that the The Big Bang Theory can’t?

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The SYDNEY MORNING HERALD speaks with Jay James-Moody ahead of Squabbalogic’s season of HERRINGBONE: “Herringbone also marks the relaunch of James-Moody's production company Squabbalogic, which was on a two-year break due to Mormon”

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