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The best narratives are like jigsaw puzzles: it won’t all come together at once, you might have to ponder over it for some time, but piece by piece a picture will form.
Thursday, 26 November 2009 | Read more
Nick Lowe and Ry Cooder might look, at first glance, like a couple of escapees from a gated Florida Keys retirement enclave, but looks can be deceiving.
Wednesday, 25 November 2009 | Read more
The Oak Tree is not your usual improvisation performance – if you are thinking comedy, think again. The show is about the power of suggestion, loss and grief, it is thought provoking and at times downright confronting.
Tuesday, 24 November 2009 | Read more
Muhammad Ali, John Lennon, Billy Connolly, Meg Ryan, Dame Edna, and Bing Crosby may be stars on the world stage but one unassuming man upstages them all on Adelaide’s Festival Centre stage – Michael Parkinson.
Monday, 23 November 2009 | Read more
The brain is a storytelling machine. The self is the story.
Monday, 23 November 2009 | Read more
Was I dreaming? Had I fallen asleep during the 7:30 Report and fleshed it out with Harry Potter and a vaudeville Bugs Bunny episode? No, I was awake, and it was reality I was glad to be in for Pennies from Kevin, a revue running-joke with a...
Monday, 23 November 2009 | Read more
Just a year after its debut season, the youth dance extravaganza that is Fast+Fresh (thanks in no small measure, I'm sure, to Western Sydney Dance Action (WSDA) director, Olivia Ansell's commitment) has tripled in size.
Monday, 23 November 2009 | Read more
In the 45th Anniversary Season, The ABS presents a collection of works that pay homage to some of the most inventive choreographers and designers of their individual times, in a well-balanced combination of eras and moods.
Sunday, 22 November 2009 | Read more
A group of professional male dancers in tutus dancing en pointe – the idea is enough to make you giggle and the reality played out on His Majesty’s stage had the audience in fits of laughter.
Saturday, 21 November 2009 | Read more
Playwright Robert Harling has captured the indomitable spirits of six women in Steel Magnolias. Each woman has her own story, faces her own challenges and rises above them.
Saturday, 21 November 2009 | Read more

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