Sebastien performs in the play Well, Shut My Mouth

Click here to see photos and reviews of Sebastien performing in the Australian premiere of the play Well, Shut My Mouth, written by Brenton H Whittle and presented by the Adelaide Repertory Theatre.

Some awesome reviews:

"Towards the end we had some beautiful feeling from some actors, such as a young actor called Sebastien Skubala, who I thought stole the show." (Peter Goers OAM, Radio Adelaide)

"I do have to mention one character who said so much with so few words, Sebastien Skubala, who played Billy Barks. This performance could easily be overacted but Skubala held his steady portrayal of a young teenager coming to terms with death with a very poignant and sympathetic performance." (Broadway World)

"Sebastien Skubala, as mutely introverted teen Billy Barks, has no dialogue and only a song to sing, but his body language shines through." (Stage Whispers)

"Clarry’s grandson Billy Barks (Sebastien Skubala) appears to be the only family member who genuinely, seriously, missed Clarry’s passing and he does it in silence throughout." (Theatre Association of South Australia)

"Well, Shut My Mouth is excellently acted, smartly staged, and unquestionably charming enough to be well-worth a family night out." (Glam Adelaide)

"I often bemoan the lack of Australian theatre to get produced on amateur stages, so it's always worth celebration and support when a new and contemporary work has the chance to be seen." (Adelaide Theatre Guide)

"Congratulations to The Rep for introducing new work at a time when far too many dreary revivals are filling the boards everywhere!" (Peter Ovenden, The Weekender Herald)

Adam Skubala