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Jasper Jones | Barking Gecko Theatre Company
Written by Cicely Binford   
Saturday, 02 August 2014 13:26

Jasper Jones | Barking Gecko Theatre Company

Craig Silvey’s 2009 novel Jasper Jones has been adapted for stage by Kate Mulvany and is being presented by Barking Gecko Theatre Company under the direction of Artistic Director John Sheedy.

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Henry V | Bell Shakespeare
Written by Cicely Binford   
Wednesday, 30 July 2014 11:04

Henry V | Bell Shakespeare

Bell Shakespeare’s production of Henry V was put together by a very clever team of problem-solvers.

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Status | STATUS Consortium
Written by Liza Dezfouli   
Saturday, 26 July 2014 14:36

Status | STATUS Consortium

It’s an intensely felt and important work as there is still a stigma and much misunderstanding around the issue of people living with HIV.

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Purgatorio | 5pound Theatre and Attic Erratic
Written by Lee Bemrose   
Saturday, 26 July 2014 13:43

Purgatorio | 5pound Theatre and Attic Erratic

The play opens with a woman prowling what appears to be a cell. Could be prison. Could be in a mental institution. She seems tormented, would like to not be here. Oddly, there is a knife inside her cell.

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Mr Kolpert | pantsguys
Written by Jodi McAlister   
Saturday, 02 August 2014 10:20

Mr Kolpert | pantsguys

Mr Kolpert is one of the best things I’ve seen this year. This darkly fantastical comedy is mesmerising and rib-achingly hilarious. In recent years, pantsguys have proved to be a company to watch, and with this show, they deliver another winner.

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Opera at the Channon
Written by Nicholas Routley   
Sunday, 27 July 2014 21:56

Opera at the Channon

This was altogether a great Australian experience. Top-quality singing, almost wantonly relaxed atmosphere, and perfect weather.

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Neverending Storage | Lou Sanz
Written by Liza Dezfouli   
Saturday, 26 July 2014 14:11

Neverending Storage | Lou Sanz

Sanz’s comedy is observational/absurdist, gentle humour which is neither crude nor tacky, and gives audiences the gift of assuming they’re intelligent.

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The Suicide of Solitude | Exit Theatre
Written by Nic Velissaris   
Friday, 25 July 2014 15:43

The Suicide of Solitude | Exit Theatre

Although death looms large over the entire play, the experience never becomes maudlin or depressing, instead the thrill of cheating death becomes the experience for the performer’s and audience alike.

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