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This is Cherkaoui’s meditation on the divisiveness and truth of religious texts, and though he does indeed present a thesis, much of his elaboration floated in a murky liturgical space resembling a day in the life of a medieval monk.
Thursday, 03 March 2016 | Read more
Sydney Dance Company’s latest double bill is hugely entertaining, combining the wry humour of Alexander Ekman’s very accessible Cacti with an exploration of darkness in Rafael Bonachela's new work, Lux Tenebris.
Wednesday, 02 March 2016 | Read more
High expectations are met by The Secret River, a Sydney Theatre Company production bought to Brisbane’s Playhouse stage by Queensland Theatre Company, for a limited season that has already sold out.
Monday, 29 February 2016 | Read more
Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks is a delightful story told well. It follows the unlikely friendship of Lily and Michael; two people who try to veil their pasts while yearning for a more meaningful future.
Sunday, 28 February 2016 | Read more
This interpretation of The Outsider creates for its audience a tense, passionate, sometimes humourous and thought-provoking night of theatre.
Sunday, 28 February 2016 | Read more
Thunder crashes, lightning flashes. “This is a show about happiness.” Meow Meow purrs archly. She is about to bare the secrets of her never-ending quest for love, and isn’t love happiness personified?
Friday, 26 February 2016 | Read more
Peter Evan's production of Romeo & Juliet, his inaugural show as the new artistic director of Bell Shakespeare is a Doake and dagger affair.
Friday, 26 February 2016 | Read more
88. La Clique
Was it the hot night or the hot acts that caused the Spiegeltent audience to fan themselves at La Clique? Certainly the ambience of the 1920s canvas and wood structure set the scene for a unique experience.
Wednesday, 24 February 2016 | Read more
Although the bad-taste creature-feature parody angle of the show’s subject matter may not be to the taste of the My Fair Lady crowd, this is a cracker of a show for those who want the chance to see an excellent smaller production
Wednesday, 24 February 2016 | Read more
Perth International Arts Festival has outdone itself. Wendy Martin and team have brought one of the most stunning works I have ever witnessed to this year’s festival: Plexus by Aurelien Bory.
Tuesday, 23 February 2016 | Read more

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