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NICA Showcase 2011
Written by Nic Spunde   
Wednesday, 23 November 2011 14:40
NICA Showcase 2011
I have to admit that coming here is a little exciting, wakening buried childhood memories of going to the Big Top.
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The MTC 2011 Cybec Readings
Written by Eleanor Howlett   
Monday, 21 November 2011 08:52
The MTC 2011 Cybec Readings
Three new works by award-winning Melbourne playwrights Paul Galloway, Melissa Reeves and Robert Reid will hit the streets at MTC’s 2011 Cybec Readings on 22, 23 and 24 November.
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Milestones | Melbourne Playback Theatre
Written by Eleanor Howlett   
Tuesday, 15 November 2011 09:51
Milestones | Melbourne Playback Theatre
About to hit the big 3-0, Melbourne Playback Theatre is an interactive theatre company that’s somewhat of an institution in Melbourne.
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Launch of the 2012 Perth International Arts Festival
Written by Anna Locke   
Sunday, 06 November 2011 11:45
2012 Perth International Arts Festival
Running from 10 February to the 3 March, the 2012 Perth International Arts Festival will be the 60th Festival and the first for new Artistic Director Jonathan Holloway.
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How Does Your Arts Career Grow?
Written by Joanna Bowen   
Wednesday, 02 November 2011 18:13
How Does Your Arts Career Grow?
Any emerging artist will tell you it is difficult to break into the Arts industry, yet from what we heard at the panel discussion How Does Your Arts career Grow?, it doesn’t get any easier.
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Charmene Yap
Written by Paul Andrew   
Sunday, 30 October 2011 11:19
Charmene Yap
Charmene Yap has worked with the Sydney Dance Company since January 2010 and recently performed in the Sydney season of Rafael Bonachela's The Land of Yes & The Land of No.
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An Evening with Joanna Murray-Smith
Written by Liza Dezfouli   
Monday, 17 October 2011 12:01
An Evening with Joanna Murray-Smith
Murray-Smith is often described as being a middle-class playwright; her characters are not usually struggling for money or external status. This charge she answers by saying that human beings everywhere are a mass of contradictions.
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David Harrington
Written by Matt O'Neill   
Sunday, 16 October 2011 09:15
David Harrington
I’ve rarely been quite as intimidated by the prospect of an interview as I was by the possibility of speaking with David Harrington. Violinist and founding member of the Kronos Quartet, Harrington’s musical legacy is simply so massive as to dwarf the imagination.
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