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In Body of Work, Eke uses video cameras to create multiple repeating images of herself, looping segments of choreography upon themselves, creating an increasingly vaster whole with an intense focus on the shift from one moment to another.
Thursday, 19 March 2015 | Read more
For just a little while, Hamer Hall echoed with the band’s contagious gypsy-style wedding music and the audience found it impossible to sit quietly in their seats.
Thursday, 19 March 2015 | Read more
The next batch of WAAPA Music Theatre graduates are just about cooked and ready to go. The 3rd Year MT kids have done a stellar job in presenting Urinetown: the musical, a satire of corporate greed and human nature.
Thursday, 19 March 2015 | Read more
This simple yet intensely layered performance deserves to be one of the stand-out shows of this year’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
Wednesday, 18 March 2015 | Read more
Romance, betrayal, death and redemption, it has all the makings of a modern day soap opera and yet The Australian Ballet’s latest production of Giselle is a throwback to the Great Romantic Ballets of the 19th Century.
Tuesday, 17 March 2015 | Read more
Not your typical romantic European ballet, The Red Dress brims with emotive dance, gentle grace and a large amount of humour.
Saturday, 14 March 2015 | Read more
Antony Hamilton and Alisdair MacIndoe made themselves a dance where they are not in control of what happens on the floor – instead the dance is made by them responding to rhythms made by small boxes tapping pencils.
Friday, 13 March 2015 | Read more
Californian RnB revivalist Nick Waterhouse was in fine form on Saturday night.
Wednesday, 11 March 2015 | Read more
The Sixteen is on of the great choral ensembles currently on the world stage. Founded in the late 70s, it is still directed by its founder, Harry Christophers, who has been decorated for his work with the ensemble over several decades. It was a...
Tuesday, 10 March 2015 | Read more
Perth was treated to an enchanting night of Baroque music by orchestra Les Arts Florissants, joined by six singers from across the world, hand-picked by renowned harpsichordist and founder of Les Arts Florissants, William Christie.
Monday, 09 March 2015 | Read more

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