Aurora is one of the most extraordinary comical cabaret performers this country has ever produced.
Clare Bowditch – Channel 10’s Offspring and Aria Award winner.
Aurora is a highly physical, musical and multi-talented artist.
Herald Sun – Chris Boyd
Throughout the performances the charmingly indefatigable Aurora ran a tight show, ensuring the audience was suitably entertained between acts with a surprisingly astounding vocal range reminiscent of Minelli.
Glam Adelaide – Jordana Lennox.
Immediately, the seductive femme fatale, Minnie the Maneater (Aurora Kurth), is on her game tempting ordinary Joes (and Janes) to ditch their partners and try her ‘merchandise’ instead. Minnie has a powerful set of lungs on her and commands rapt attention as she prowls and purrs around the stage during her two numbers.
The Upside News – Ken Grady 2017
The show kicked off with ‘Mini the Man-Eater’ (Aurora Kurth) singing a sultry yet humorous ‘Whatever Mini Wants, Mini Gets’. Mini’s on-stage charisma mesmerised the audience and she sang beautifully in her gold backless gown and striking red glitter lipstick. Her flirtatious advances to males in the front row captivated the whole audience and we all became her adoring fans!
Eventalaide – Tony Polese 2017
Mini (Aurora Kurth) is a siren with the voice of an angel and the body of a pin-up model
The Advertiser – Tom Bowden 2017
The hostess with the most you’ve ever seen, Aurora was entertaining, fun and in control of a set of vocals that blew the audience away. Introducing the acts and belting out a couple of tunes, Aurora was wildly interactive, and well, just a bit wild.
The _ F – Claudia Wood 2015
There has also been a change in the Master of Ceremonies, with this year hosted by the waggish Aurora.
Trussed up as the archetypal French Madame, Aurora is absolutely perfect for the gig, effortlessly charming
and wrangling the audience with her theatrical wit whilst keeping the vibe saucy.
The Barefoot Review – Deborah Hawke 2015
Aurora Kurth makes a wonderful mistress of ceremonies and really holds the show together; introducing the acts, encouraging the audience to give it up for the performers and to let their hair down, and she has a marvellous singing voice to boot, bringing the audience into the fantasy of her seedy underworld nightclub, much like the MC in the musical Cabaret.
The Cairns Post – Denise Carter 2014
The pace of the show was delivered with (and in) magnificent character by the talented Aurora, who punctuated each act with a comedic performance in the guise of Mistress, Madam and Master of Ceremonies.
Perth Scenestr – Ryan McGrory 2015
Aurora was the “glue” between performances, and a perfect fit for the cabaret-style show, where she delivered her humour laden lines with cheeky zing, and a singing voice to be reckoned with.
Australian Stage – Gordana Andjelic-Davila 2014
Throughout the performances the charmingly indefatigable Aurora ran a tight show, ensuring the audience was suitably entertained between acts and, bursting into song every now and again, delivering a wonderful performance with a surprisingly astounding vocal range reminiscent of Minelli.
Glam Adelaide – Jordana Lennox 2014
Evening: A Cabaret is a gently paced, deeply engaging work which superbly showcases the skills of its four performers; from Casey’s lyrebird-like ability to pay homage to every musical genre under the (setting) sun, to Aurora’s seductive torchsong charms
The Age – Richard Leigh Watts 2009
Aurora dramatically binds the scenes together with her flamboyant presence and imposing voice
Herald Sun – Stephanie Glickman 2009
…And there’s a singer in a red dress, and elbow length gloves with matching red heels. Oooh. Her voice is great and boy, she’s kinda smokin.
Rabbit Hole Urban Music – Steve Smart 2009
Aurora is mesmerising – part Marina Prior angel, part Marlene Dietrich vamp’
Funny Tonne – Joseph Crichton 2009
Aurora is a natural comedian with huge stage presence and a singing voice that could charm birds from trees
The Age – Cameron Woodhead 2008
Aurora has a voice as embracing as Joan Baez
The Age – John Slaven 2006
Aurora is inventive and entertaining, establishing distinct and contrasting characters
The Age – Helen Thompson 2006
Aurora is a highly physical, musical and multi-talented artist
Herald Sun – Chris Boyd 2005
Aurora’s understated physical comedy seems almost inexhaustible
The Pun – Pat McGrath 2007
Aurora is clearly a talented singer. She has the kind of voice that can stop traffic, hell, her voice could probably engender world peace
Groggy Squirrel – Karla Dondio 2008
Her vocal range was truly amazing as she tackled songs that spanned all musical genres with an energy that never wavered despite the enormous physical and vocal demands such a complex performance required.
Artshub – Stephen Rhys 2008