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Theatre Reviews -
BLACK IS THE NEW WHITE (2017)
“...contrasting with the broader and excellently goofier performances by Kylie Bracknell and Anthony Taufa as Charlotte’s sister and her brother-in-law.”
- Cassie Tongue, The Guardian.
"Charlotte is much closer to her mother in temperament and personality, whereas Rose is the strident anti Colonial clone of her father, and Kylie Bracknell let's it rip as the fashionista with a racial purity agenda."
- Richard Cotter, Australian Stage.
CAUCASIAN CHALK CIRCLE (2016)
"Kylie Farmer performed the Mother-In-Law role to comic perfection."
- Mariyon Slany, ArtsHub.
"I especially enjoyed Kylie Farmer and Steve Turner’s characterisations."
- Susie Conte, Perth Arts Live.
"All performances are strong, although I was particularly struck by Caitlin Beresford-Ord’s haughty Governor’s wife, Adam Booth’s determined but incompetent Iron Shirt, Kylie Farmer’s bossy Mother-In-Law and Luke Hewitt’s pompous Fat Prince and unscrupulous lawyer."
- Kimberley Shaw, Stage Whispers.
THE WHITE DIVERS OF BROOME (2012)
"Kenneth Moraleda as the amusing tender Bin, Jo Morris as plucky Regina the Melbourne reporter, and Kylie Farmer as sweet Daisy, gave particularly exceptional performances.
- Courtney J. Pascoe, Aussie Theatre.
THE SAPPHIRES (2010)
"Kylie Farmer is excellent in the least showy of the central roles, partnering well with Kenneth Ransom's handsome American soldier."
- Jason Blake, Sydney Morning Herald.
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