TREVOR: KXT/OutHouse

TREVOR: KXT/OutHouse

“Eloise Snape and Garth Holcombe have created two fabulously over the top visions…Holcombe, in elaborate white suit that puts Liberace to shame, delivers a deliciously camp chimpanzee fantasy of success.” -
BROADWAY WORLD

TREVOR: KXT/OutHouse

TREVOR: KXT/OutHouse

“Garth Holcombe is deliciously camp and cheeky as the has-been chimp, Oliver, replete in white jacquard tuxedo.”
 -ALT MEDIA

TREVOR: KXT/OutHouse

TREVOR: KXT/OutHouse

“Highlights? Garth Holcombe as Oliver, a fellow show biz chimp who tantalises Trevor with tales of a glamorous life in Florida. Holcombe as Oliver dispenses helpful advice but is world-weary about the dream life. Oliver is resplendent in glittery white, it turns out he is a figment of Trevor’s imagination, appealing to Trevor’s good sense to behave.”
 -THE BUZZ FROM SYDNEY

TREVOR: KXT/OutHouse

TREVOR: KXT/OutHouse

“Garth Holcombe similarly channels the simian as Oliver, Trevor’s role model and aspiration, a pongidae whose sophistication has made him more hominid, a startling presence in white suited spangle.” -SYDNEY ARTS GUIDE

WYNGARDE!  A Celebration

WYNGARDE! A Celebration

“Holcombe gives us a Wyngarde whose brash, cool hipness is a facade for the lonely, traumatised man within”. -THEATRE NOW

WYNGARDE! A Celebration

WYNGARDE! A Celebration

“Holcombe brings this eccentric personality to life in a warmly entertaining hour of glass-in hand storytelling”. -AUDREY JOURNAL

WYNGARDE!  A Celebration

WYNGARDE! A Celebration

“Mr Holcombe gives a consummate performance” -KEVIN JACKSON'S THEATRE DIARY

THE PLANT: Ensemble Theatre

THE PLANT: Ensemble Theatre

“With an excellent cast at the top of their game, the Plant is a play that will definitely amuse and provoke, but depending on your own personal experiences relating to loss, aging, and strained family dynamics, one that may pack more of a punch than expected.” -AUSTRALIAN STAGE ONLINE

THE PLANT: Ensemble Theatre

THE PLANT: Ensemble Theatre

“…an excellent cast…and Holcombe skillfully underplays his part in the proceedings…and as siblings, the three are very convincing.” -Jason Blake, SMH

TRIBES: Ensemble Theatre

TRIBES: Ensemble Theatre

“Dowling has assembled a winning cast for Tribes…Garth Holcombe's playing of Billy's troubled brother Daniel is revelatory, the best and most deeply felt performance I've seen from him to date.” -Jason Blake, SMH

TRIBES: Ensemble Theatre

TRIBES: Ensemble Theatre

“Garth Holcombe achieves a feat of likeability and garnering audience sympathy as Daniel, in spite of his brash and selfish behaviour. He is human, after all, multifaceted and vastly complex”. -UPSTAGED REVIEWS

TRIBES: Ensemble Theatre

TRIBES: Ensemble Theatre

“Daniel, a bright young man who suffers the terrible moods swings of mental illness, is played with perceptive understanding and intelligence by Garth Holcombe...” -STAGE WHISPERS

ORLANDO: STC

ORLANDO: STC

"Garth Holcombe’s appearances as the Archuduke/Archduchess are nothing short of utterly hilarious!" -THE AU REVIEW

ORLANDO: STC

ORLANDO: STC

"Garth Holcombe has an excellent comedic turn as an Archduke and Archduchess..." -DAILY REVIEW

MR. KOLPERT: PantsGuys

MR. KOLPERT: PantsGuys

"Holcombe is wonderfully manic as the boorish, unpredictable Bastian, an aggressive architect with anger management issues..." -SCENE AND HEARD

SONGS FOR THE FALLEN

SONGS FOR THE FALLEN

"Mr Holcombe has the more difficult tasks of narrator and a collection of characters that are necessary spinal support to the narrative and need a restrained composure of execution which he gives despite, probably, awful temptations to join in some more of the craziness than he is already permitted with his fellow ebullient creators - he stays magnificently steady - this is work of a highly disciplined and generous performer..." -KEVIN JACKSON'S THEATRE DIARY

RAINBOW'S END

RAINBOW'S END

"Rainbow’s End is beautifully crafted, elegantly scripted and exquisitely performed...Special mention must also go to Garth Holcombe, who played not only all the cameo male roles in the piece but also the lynchpin role of Errol Fisher, naive young encyclopaedia salesman who falls in love with Dolly..." -AUSTRALIAN STAGE

THE PIGEONS: Griffin

THE PIGEONS: Griffin

"The rapid cutting between conversations and locations, all of which are played as if they are occurring in the same time and  same space, is a test of timing and control and Giles’s ensemble (working barefoot, which adds a dash of nimbleness to the action) perform it with clockwork precision, led by Laurence Coy’s cranky Robert and Garth Holcombe’s tortured Holger..." -Jason Blake, SMH

SONGS FOR THE FALLEN

SONGS FOR THE FALLEN

"Harbridge's frequently bawdy personification straddles the centuries. She excels as a messed-up mistress of ceremonies and sings up a storm over composer Basil Hogios's lush electro-baroque arrangements, played live. She's capably supported by backing singers/actors Ben Gerrard and Garth Holcombe, who provide a diverting parade of servants, lovers, quacks, fops and bankrollers..." -Jason Blake, SMH

SHAKESPEARE'S R&J

SHAKESPEARE'S R&J

"We all know the story of Juliet and her Romeo, so it’s refreshing to see the classic love story performed in a non-traditional style. Garth Holcombe was versatile and transitioned from Mercutio, Lady Capulet and Friar with ease..." -AUSSIE THEATRE

BENT: Belvoir

BENT: Belvoir

"There’s a lot to like about this production. Strong riveting performances by all the leads...Rudy (Garth Holcombe), a dancer, begrudgingly tolerates Max’s drunken forays which frequently involve picking up pretty, even younger, boys..." -AUSTRALIAN STAGE ONLINE

AS BEES IN HONEY

AS BEES IN HONEY

"Garth Holcombe gives a finely judged moment to moment journey throughout, to give the play, in this production, a real spine..." -KEVIN JACKSON'S THEATRE DIARY