The­atre

The Weekend Australian - Review - - Out & About -

Guru (Ja­cob Ra­jan) is a buck­toothed chameleon, chan­nelling 17 char­ac­ters and leap­ing to mul­ti­ple lo­ca­tions, de­liv­er­ing a ser­pen­tine ro­man­tic thriller while dis­pens­ing du­bi­ous spir­i­tual wis­dom. He is by turns charm­ing, loath­some and ab­surdly pro­found. Laugh­ter, heart­break and en­light­en­ment abound. Loosely based on the In­dian fairy­tale Punchkin, Guru of Chai tells the story of a tea seller whose life is changed for­ever when an aban­doned girl stops a busy train sta­tion with the beauty of her singing. The Play That Goes Wrong Wal­ter Zer­lin Jr and David McGil­livray wrote a se­ries of plays about a fic­tional am­a­teur troupe that mas­sa­cred the clas­sics one by one. Mis­chief The­atre com­edy adapts one of

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