Podcast: A Review of the Revue

Date posted: 13 May 2021 Author: STC

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The Review of the Revue. (Image: Shara Parsons)

After two decades, The Wharf Revue team took their final bow for STC with The Wharf Revue: Good Night and Good Luck. To commemorate our monarchs of mirth and merriment, we hosted an in person and online event: A Review of The Revue. The Revue’s own Mandy Bishop hosted the Revue's co-creators Jonathan Biggins, Drew Forsythe and Phillip Scott for a lively panel discussion and audience Q&A.

Click below for a recording of this event.




Jonathan Biggins, Drew Forsythe and Phillip Scott have dedicated the last two decades to writing and producing The Wharf Revue for STC. They tirelessly impersonate well-known figures such as Pauline Hanson and Donald Trump, recap current affairs with a satirical twist, and light up the stage with tough-in-cheek musical numbers. The team has also collaborated with talented performers and creatives including Jacki Weaver, Simon Burke and Mandy Bishop.

This year Jonathan, Drew and Phillip, accompanied by Mandy Bishop, will celebrate the last two decades and say farewell to STC with their 20th Anniversary show, The Wharf Revue: Good Night and Good Luck. After touring through Parramatta, Canberra, Port Macquarie, Belrose, Penrith, Orange, Wollongong, Wagga Wagga and Newcastle, the show did a full season at The Drama Theatre, Sydney Opera House through February and March and then returned, due to popular demand, for a season will  at Seymour Centre from March to April 2021.