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Reviews/Melbourne
“Welcome to my mind … you’re in safe unpredictable hands” says Jess Thom – writer, performer and artist, sporting a very cheeky grin. I like her already.
Sunday, 16 October 2016 | Read more
Reviews/Canberra
When being bad is just so good – to watch that is. Bell Shakespeare’s Othello is a sophisticated production that thrives on bad-boy energy.
Sunday, 16 October 2016 | Read more
Reviews/Melbourne
With its sepia tones, jazz score and eccentric Jacques Tati-esque characters, it’s easy to forget The Triplets of Belleville was only released in 2003.
Saturday, 15 October 2016 | Read more
Reviews/Perth
CHAOS Ensemble makes its main season debut at The Blue Room with the aquatic thriller-comedy TANK, written and directed by Daley King.
Saturday, 15 October 2016 | Read more
Reviews/Melbourne
It’s amazing when you think back to those life changing moments in adolescence – bubbles of clarity caught between the soft naivity of childhood and the big hard tempting world of adulthood
Friday, 14 October 2016 | Read more
Reviews/Melbourne
Whether you quite understand it or not, Lady Eats Apple is an epic force unto itself, imbued with surrealism, humour and eeriness, as well as successfully harnessing an ambitious use of technology.
Friday, 14 October 2016 | Read more
Reviews/Perth
Hot Chocolate are a more polished ensemble than the first act and also in some cases degrees cooler and lower key. Their bouncy beat numbers were interspersed with a few nuanced sad storylines such as Emily.
Friday, 14 October 2016 | Read more
Reviews/Melbourne
It is strange that a lot of poetry leaves people cold, but if you call those verses ‘lyrics’ and set them to music, many of those same people will be enraptured.
Thursday, 13 October 2016 | Read more
Reviews/Melbourne
With You and Me and the Space in Between, Kruckemeyer has created a universal, poignant allegory of the refugee plight which resonates with all ages, and Terrapin’s telling of it is inventive and charming.
Tuesday, 11 October 2016 | Read more
Reviews/Sydney
Chaotic, rambunctious, percussive and provocative, MARAT/SADE is a theatrical bull untethered and let loose among political and economic sacred cows and a whole herd of social injustice.
Sunday, 09 October 2016 | Read more

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