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I really wanted to like Wonderland. I love small plays with small casts telling small stories – and what is smaller than the intimate intricacies of a romantic relationship?
Tuesday, 08 April 2014 | Read more
What McDonald has created is a finely tuned performance where each intricate movement, tone and mannerism is explored and perfected.
Monday, 07 April 2014 | Read more
This knowledge that what you’re watching is based on someone’s actual experiences makes it difficult to say what I have to about this play: it didn’t work for me.
Sunday, 06 April 2014 | Read more
Interplay is an intriguing suite of works by Sydney Dance Company full of experimental expression, philosophical questioning and casual elegance.
Saturday, 05 April 2014 | Read more
This is theatre stacked on meta-theatre stacked on more meta-theatre stacked on some Nietzsche (and yes, he appears at one point. So does a Nazi. And an elk. Or do they?).
Saturday, 05 April 2014 | Read more
Making their grand entrance onto the stage, clad only in velvet superhero-like capes, the fabulously peppy puppeteers introduced themselves, and faster than any of us anticipated, we were “introduced” to their willies, the true stars of the...
Thursday, 03 April 2014 | Read more
There are far worse things you could do with an hour or so of your life than watching the wonderfully silly Frank Woodley do his thing.
Wednesday, 02 April 2014 | Read more
With his latest show, he's not so much A Stupid Liar as he is brutally honest about men, women and what really happens at a TV production meeting. Maybe too honest about the latter?
Wednesday, 02 April 2014 | Read more
There are some artists that you can always count on to make you laugh, the caliber of comedian that you can watch countless times and never get tired of. Stephen K Amos is one such artist and his latest show What Does the K Stand For? is no...
Tuesday, 01 April 2014 | Read more
With multiple Muppets adorning the side of the stage like prizes to be won at a carnival, from the onset an audience knows Puppet Up is going to be keeper. Colourful, fast and fun, it's a 2014 MICF addition that won't disappoint.
Sunday, 30 March 2014 | Read more

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