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Cougar Morrison | Strindberg Stages
Written by Julia Hern   
Sunday, 08 February 2015 18:55

Cougar Morrison | Strindberg Stages

Cougar Morrison is an androgynous songbird from New Orleans. He’s perpetually single with a couple of disastrous romances behind him and not much left in the way of hope for love.

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600 Seconds | The Blue Room
Written by Julia Hern   
Sunday, 08 February 2015 16:48

600 Seconds | The Blue Room

600 Seconds is a series of short works that can be of any genre; comedy, cabaret, dance, story-telling, improvisation… Anything goes, as long as it is 600 seconds.

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All Guns Blazing | Jeff Green
Written by Claire Condry   
Friday, 06 February 2015 18:46

All Guns Blazing | Jeff Green

Jeff Green is 50, he’s been doing comedy for quite a while and yet he remains one of the most fresh and delightful onstage performers.

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Madama Butterfly | Opera Australia
Written by Penny Spirou   
Friday, 06 February 2015 17:01

Madama Butterfly | Opera Australia

The performers are world-class, but what really makes this production an extravagant indulgence is the set design and costumes. While visually spellbinding, they also provide their own sonic aesthetic quality that makes this more than just another opera.

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El Bizarro | Danger Cabaret
Written by Julia Hern   
Sunday, 08 February 2015 18:05

El Bizarro | Danger Cabaret

El Bizarro is an aptly named array of local and international sideshow acts, freaks of nature and those who test the boundaries of physical possibility. 

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I Can't Say The F Word | Gavin Roach
Written by Julia Hern   
Sunday, 08 February 2015 14:36

I Can't Say The F Word | Gavin Roach

Going into this show, you may think you know what the F word is. However, a few minutes into his performance, Gavin Roach let the most common F word slip into his monologue and I became intrigued as to what his “F word” might be.

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The Lost World War 1 Diary | Damian Callinan
Written by Claire Condry   
Friday, 06 February 2015 18:43

The Lost World War 1 Diary | Damian Callinan

This is a brilliantly written and wonderfully performed show from Callinan

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13 | Playlovers
Written by Julia Hern   
Friday, 06 February 2015 12:14

13 | Playlovers

The next generation of musical theatre superstars hit the stage last night in Jason Robert Brown’s musical, 13, which is a coming of age story for a group of tweens in a small town in America.

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