Category: Stage

Performing at Kyneton’s Bluestone Theatre

Posted by Jeremy - September 4, 2018 - Stage

Over the weekend of August 31st-September 2nd, Kewley took to the stage at Kyneton’s 62nd ‘Festival of One Act Plays’, part of the Victorian country town’s annual ‘Daffodil & Arts Festival’. At Kyneton’s historic Bluestone Theatre he performed the powerful and moving monologue from Kieran Carroll’s play FRIDAY NIGHT, IN TOWN. It received the Festival’s Award […]

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On stage in Mansfield

Posted by Jeremy - August 20, 2018 - Stage

  On the weekend of August 11-12, Kewley appeared on stage in THREE HOURS BETWEEN PLANES at Mansfield’s ‘Festival of One Acts Plays’. Written by Newcastle-based playwright Michael Fiddian, it featured Kewley and a local actress as former childhood school friends who meet up after a thirty-year hiatus ands begin the relive fond teenage memories before appearing to re-kindle a […]

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New Zealand critics rave about THE UNDERARM

Posted by Jeremy - December 2, 2014 - Stage
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From late October and into early December 2014, Kewely toured New Zealand in the play THE UNDERARM, which garnered terrific reviews from a range of Kiwi critics. “A BALL-BUSTING COMEDIC NIGHT OUT FOR EVERYONE” –  Holly Shanahan, TheatreView – New Plymouth “Kewley is fantastic as Don and clearly loves every moment of taking the piss. […]

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NEW ZEALAND Tour

Posted by Jeremy - October 3, 2014 - Stage, Tours
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In September, Kewley signed on to play Don Lewis in the play THE UNDERARM to tour New Zealand in October and November. Written by David Geary & Justin Gregory, and directed by actor/director Peter Hambleton (Glóin in Sir Peter Jackson’s THE HOBBIT trilogy), Kewley stars alongside award-winning New Zealand actor Christopher Brougham as Colin Lewis. Presented by Silly […]

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DOOMSDAY DEVICES opens to GREAT REVIEWS!

Posted by Jeremy - March 14, 2014 - Stage
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On Friday March 14th, Kewley opened in the new Australian play DOOMSDAY DEVICES. The Modern Day Ghost Story, written by Andy Harmsen, opened at ‘The Space Theatre’ at Revolt in Kensington. Directed by NIDA graduate Alan Chambers, the play also features actors Jennifer Monk, Todd Levi, Brad Walsh and introduces Katy Reid as ‘Mirabella’. The reviews […]

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First play for 2014

Posted by Jeremy - February 4, 2014 - Stage
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Kewley has signed on for his first play of the year, Sly Rat Theatre’s DOOMSDAY DEVICES. Written by Andy Harmsen, DOOMSDAY DEVICES is a terrifying ghost story set in the sweltering Melbourne summer of 2015. As the city is being torn apart by race-riots and violence, a mentally ill middle-aged man is visited by a ghostly presence … Maurice […]

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Reviews for FLESH WOUND

Posted by Jeremy - October 29, 2013 - Stage
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The reviews are in for FLESH WOUND … and they are very impressive! Chris Baldock at ArtsHub says: “… Exhibit A: Theatre’s production of FLESH WOUND is infused with enough passion and talent to make this one of the more riveting and exciting piece of independent theatre you will see in a while, pervaded with direction […]

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FLESH WOUND opens

Posted by Jeremy - October 23, 2013 - Stage
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Vincent is in trouble He is on the run from the mob. He makes it all the way to the top floor apartment in his sister’s Camden Council flat. But someone is hidden there. Someone Vincent doesn’t want to see. Someone whose scars run more than skin deep. When survival meets family, and high-rise meets […]

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FLESH WOUND Rehearsals

Posted by Jeremy - October 1, 2013 - Stage
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Kewley is currently in rehearsal for his next play. FLESH WOUND is being produced in Melbourne by EXHIBIT A: THEATRE and opens on Wednesday October 23rd. Directed by Nicholas Pollock, it also stars Benjamin Rigby and Belinda Misevski. Written by  Che Walker – the winner of the George Devine Award for Most Promising Playwright, and the Arts […]

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Critics rave over EQUUS

Posted by Jeremy - August 5, 2013 - Stage
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The critics have been unanimous  in their praise for Mockingbird Theatre’s production of EQUUS, and for Kewley’s performance as Martin Dysart. Here’s a sample … …This is theatre at its finest; an astonishing collaboration of text, performance and direction. To be prosaic, it’s bloody marvelous  …  Scott Middleton (Alan) and Jeremy Kewley (Dysart) give us performances that should be […]

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