Things are fast and furious with an apocalyptic sensibility, but also, at times, tender in heartfelt vulnerability and visually quite stunning as, through share of the anonymous contributions, the audience is sucker-punched with an array of emotions in scenes of anger, intimacy, humour and tragedy.
I Just Came To Say Goodbye

Meredith Walker, Blue Curtains

What [The Good Room] do is throw everything onto the floor – a vast collection of ideas and feelings and responses to real events and crowdsourced verbatim material – pour fuel over it, and set it on fire to create a spectacular event and food for thought, for a life outside the theatre that demands our burning presence.
I Just Came To Say Goodbye

Xanthe Coward, XS Entertainment

A potent, considered, and finely crafted work which reminds us how hard it is – and how important – to say sorry. ★★★★
I Just Came To Say Goodbye

Richard Watts, Arts Hub

I JUST CAME TO SAY GOODBYE is a theatrical blitzkrieg. On forgiveness, regret and (not) letting go.
I Just Came To Say Goodbye

Cameron Pegg, The Australian

The Good Room has done it again: relevant, beautifully acted theatre for the often overlooked Gen Y.
Rabbit

Time Off

A multifaceted fire cracker of a script, innovatively and beautifully directed, with beautiful performances from a ridiculously talented ensemble.
Rabbit

Australian Stage

…transformed an otherwise boring Sunday afternoon into a fabulous flashback to high school socials, complete with awkward dance moves…I was finding glitter in my hair for days.
Where We Begin

Carly Commens, Critical Mass

The performers breathe life into memorable moments from anonymous people’s lives. If we in the audience are also seduced momentarily into moments from our own past, that’s theatre magic. This company nails it.
I Want To Know What Love Is

Jay McKee, Stage Whispers

…a fistful of sticky, sugary, virtual cotton candy goodness, with a bit of harsh reality thrown in…‘I Want To Know What Love Is’ is elegant, sophisticated, heartfelt, inspiring and uplifting; it’s delicious festival fodder…You don’t want to miss this. It’s gorgeous theatre’
I Want To Know What Love Is

 

Xanthe Coward, XS Entertainment