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The Merchant of Venice | Sport For Jove
Written by Daniel Morgan Potts   
Tuesday, 12 May 2015 13:56

The Merchant of Venice | Sport For Jove

Sport for Jove has grasped this play, coloured and shaped it into a living whole. It's a pleasure to discover it with them.

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Sense and Spontaneity
Written by Nerida Dickinson   
Monday, 11 May 2015 09:42

Sense and Spontaneity

Hilarious flights of fancy flow in this Regency romp.

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The Wizard of Oz | Belvoir
Written by Daniel Morgan Potts   
Friday, 08 May 2015 18:48

The Wizard of Oz | Belvoir

Director Adena Jacobs has reimagined Oz as a “symbolic dream” telling what she calls a “central myth within our culture”, one which is concerned with the female body and the female mind.

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Dogfight | Hayes Theatre Co
Written by Rebecca Whitton   
Thursday, 07 May 2015 17:29

Dogfight | Hayes Theatre Co

The opening two numbers in Dogfight had the whole audience whistling and hooting their applause. It started small, with Hillary Cole’s crystalline voice singing a folksy, acoustic solo, and segues into a high octane routine by the boys from the marines.

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Samson | Belvoir and La Boite
Written by Rebecca Whitton   
Monday, 11 May 2015 19:27

Samson | Belvoir and La Boite

Julia-Rose Lewis draws on the stultifying uneasiness of an Australian country town to set the tone of her first play, Samson

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Undercurrents | Cal Wilson
Written by Claire Condry   
Saturday, 09 May 2015 10:24

Undercurrents | Cal Wilson

Petite in stature but huge in the talent stakes, Cal Wilson is an absolute treat in this new show Undercurrents.

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Madama Butterfly | Opera Australia
Written by Gordana Andjelic-Davila   
Friday, 08 May 2015 18:01

Madama Butterfly | Opera Australia

The emotionally laden Madama Butterfly captivated the audience on the night I attended. It is an absolutely beautiful production to watch and listen to, and remarkably, it is easily enjoyed by a novice to the artform, as well as the seasoned opera goers.

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The Flick | Red Stitch Actors Theatre
Written by Vivienne Mah   
Wednesday, 06 May 2015 14:51

The Flick | Red Stitch Actors Theatre

Annie Baker is that rare thing; a playwright who can make the mundane simultaneously luminous and gut-wrenching.

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