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Henry V | Bell Shakespeare
Written by Marika Bryant   
Saturday, 20 September 2014 17:45

Henry V | Bell Shakespeare

That William Shakespeare sure knew a thing or three about the human condition: king and country, treachery, war, futility, love, tragedy – it’s all there in full view.

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Death by Soprano | Isabel Hertaeg
Written by Liza Dezfouli   
Thursday, 18 September 2014 17:06

Death by Soprano | Isabel Hertaeg

The average life expectancy of a soprano is two and a half hours, so we learn in Death by Soprano.

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What Do They Call Me? | TEEM Productions
Written by Nerida Dickinson   
Thursday, 18 September 2014 13:34

What Do They Call Me? | TEEM Productions

Classic monologue given new life by simple re-arrangement into three-part polemic.

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Kryptonite | Sydney Theatre Company
Written by Jodi McAlister   
Wednesday, 17 September 2014 10:23

Kryptonite | Sydney Theatre Company

An ambitious piece which follows the personal and political dimensions of the relationship between a white Australian man and a Chinese woman over twenty five years, it is occasionally problematic, but overall, a riveting, affecting, fascinating play. I could not look away.

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Like Blown Smoke
Written by Claire Condry   
Friday, 19 September 2014 09:11

Like Blown Smoke

This is an interesting show. The impish, pixie-like Dennis has a fine voice and an impressive vocal range.

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Orlando | The Rabble
Written by Cassandra Ramsay   
Thursday, 18 September 2014 15:47

Orlando | The Rabble

The Rabble have wrenched apart this classic text and created a new work that highlights the fractured psyche of Orlando, the malleability of gender and the precarious volatility of identity.

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The 39 Steps | HIT Productions
Written by Hayley Mayne   
Wednesday, 17 September 2014 23:15

The 39 Steps | HIT Productions

Not only do the actors work well together but they are supported by a great team of creatives who are instrumental in making the show the success it is.

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A Doll's House | La Boite
Written by Cassandra Ramsay   
Sunday, 14 September 2014 18:56

A Doll's House | La Boite

The most produced play in the world (outside of Shakespeare), Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House has been given new life for the 2014 Brisbane Festival in a new version by Lally Katz, directed by Steven Mitchell Wright.

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