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Ben Elton has crafted a story of immense silliness and camp cliché that somehow works perfectly with the hard driving yet fey rock style of the inimitable Freddie Mercury. It’s not gonna change the world but it’s a hell of a fun night out.
Thursday, 05 May 2016 | Read more
Bad Jews, a somewhat provocatively titled, black comedy by US playwright, Joshua Harmon, is about identity, family and legacy.
Wednesday, 04 May 2016 | Read more
Do you want to see what women are capable of when they are permitted to reveal themselves as strong characters who both instigate and carry the action? Then make a point of catching a performance of Shakespeare's Coriolanus at the Mechanics...
Wednesday, 04 May 2016 | Read more
With their latest season, the Melbourne Theatre Company have taken this frisson-filled Mid-Summers eve, and made it into a multimedia exercise that just doesn’t quite satisfy.
Tuesday, 03 May 2016 | Read more
The narrative alludes to a profound concern for the environment and our relationship with the land and its people – issues that Judith Wright felt strongly about during her life as a conservationist and an Aboriginal rights activist.
Tuesday, 03 May 2016 | Read more
MC Ray Badran introduced the Showcase with a relaxed amusing rant covering food fads and dieting. He has lost weight and wants to “out” some diet foods for what they really are.
Monday, 02 May 2016 | Read more
Such is the magic of theatre that the Sydney Opera House is transmogrified into the White House for a nostalgic ninety minutes in the memory lane music and lyrics of Pennsylvania Avenue.
Sunday, 01 May 2016 | Read more
Much Ado About Nothing is easily one of Shakespeare's most successful works, with a theme ever relevant it remains one of his more hilarious, whimsical and witty comedies.
Sunday, 01 May 2016 | Read more
Red Stitch’s latest production is The River by British playwright Jez Butterworth, which premiered at the Royal Court Theatre in London in 2012.
Sunday, 01 May 2016 | Read more
We think we’re safe in “the west” from the atrocities that happen elsewhere; the war, the poverty, the displacement. To deal with the Devil seems just as unlikely, until it happens.
Saturday, 30 April 2016 | Read more

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