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RIDE & FOURPLAY REVIEWS ARE IN
  19 September, 2015

The reviews are in for Darlinghurst Theatre Company's RIDE & FOURPLAY and Aaron's performance as Jack. Have a read below and see that he has turned in another moving performance that is not to be missed. As the guys from The Music have said, "This double bill is faultless. The set is dramatic, the scripts are relevant, the performances are genuine. This is the best serious theatre I've seen in Sydney this year." Check it out now!

"Glenane steals the show as the awkward Jack, while Scawthorn is excellently vulnerable and searching in portrayal of Alice. O’Sullivan and Palmer also shine brightly in an ensemble setting with a strong script and great direction from Anthony Skuse." - The AU Review
http://www.theaureview.com/arts/reviews/ride-and-fourplay-darlinghurst-theatre

"All four performances are strong, with Glenane especially commendable in underplaying Jack's eccentricities." - The Sydney Morning Herald
http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/theatre/ride--fourplay-review-poetic-heart-missing-in-jane-bodies-trails-of-lies-20150910-gjj51b.html

"Significant praise has to be awarded to Glenane for his performance as Jack. His quirky characterization walks an impressively fine line between a light-hearted humuor and a disconcerting damaged. The nuances and layering that he brings to his character create a boyish intensity that is regularly surprising and consistently mesmerizing." - The Buzz From Sydney
http://www.thebuzzfromsydney.com/theatre/ride-fourplay-by-jane-bodie-darlinghurst-theatre-review-by-matthew-raven/

"Aaron Glenane has subtly sourced Jack's Aspergerish aspect and built a nicely nuanced character" - Australian Stage
http://www.australianstage.com.au/201509107450/reviews/sydney/ride-fourplay-%7C-darlinghurst-theatre-company.html

"Glenane's Jack is endearing in his reserved social ineptness, making it hard to dislike him even after his revelation. His facial expressions as he responds to the other conversations that play out are delightful." - Broadway World
http://www.broadwayworld.com/sydney/article/BWW-Review-RIDE-FOURPLAY-Pairs-Two-Poignant-Plays-About-Relationships-And-Identity-20150910#

"Aaron Glenane who played Jack in Fourplay seemed right at home in this production, his performance was a stand out for me. Glenane has a naturalistic ability to physically express his character with no sense of striving or strain. Glenane produced a character that was likeable, humorous and most of all genuine. Glenane formed a quick and potent connection with his audience, a very talented performer, a craftsman in his field, I loved his performance."
https://theatreunzipped.wordpress.com/2015/09/12/ride-fourplay/

"It’s a beautifully powerful and utterly confronting form of choreography that holds the audience to the bosom of this heavily emotive and smartly written work." - The Brag
http://www.thebrag.com/arts/ride-fourplay

"This double bill is faultless. The set is dramatic, the scripts are relevant, the performances are genuine. This is the best serious theatre I've seen in Sydney this year."
http://themusic.com.au/arts/reviews/2015/09/16/ride-and-fourplay-sean-maroney

"Mr Glenane, seen, relatively recently in ORPHANS, and last year in GRUSOME PLAYGROUND INJURIES, delivers a simply clued and deeply experienced through-line of storytelling." - Kevin Jackson's Theatre Diary
http://www.kjtheatrediary.com/2015/09/ride-and-fourplay.html