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His Girl Friday | Melbourne Theatre Company
Written by Heather Bloom   
Friday, 17 August 2012 18:05
His Girl Friday | Melbourne Theatre Company
It is with a pleasant sort of madness that His Girl Friday is performed, as both witty banter and physical comedy attempt to outdo each other in their silliness.
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Live and Acoustic | Tommy Emmanuel
Written by Marika Bryant   
Thursday, 16 August 2012 23:35
Live and Acoustic | Tommy Emmanuel
Tommy Emmanuel takes the stage and everyone in the audience is primed and waiting.
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The Splinter | Sydney Theatre Company
Written by Ashley Walker   
Thursday, 16 August 2012 14:50
The Splinter | Sydney Theatre Company
Your five year old daughter returns after missing for nine months. Just what has gone on during this time? Perhaps these nine months have made her a completely different person.
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The Omega Quest | Revolt
Written by Trevar Alan Chilver   
Wednesday, 15 August 2012 21:57
The Omega Quest | Revolt
All manner of lighting tricks, cultural references, and visual gags are brought together beautifully by some very talented puppeteers in this very modern incarnation of a three hundred year old storytelling tradition.
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Cry Me A River | Rhonda Burchmore
Written by jane canaway   
Friday, 17 August 2012 14:51
Cry Me A RIver | Rhonda Burchmore
Burchmore reminds us that London released an awe-inspiring 33 albums, appeared in about 20 movies as well as appearing in scores of television shows.
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The Misconception of Oedipus | Malthouse Theatre
Written by Heather Bloom   
Thursday, 16 August 2012 15:55
The Misconception of Oedipus | Malthouse Theatre
The Misconception of Oedipus is a difficult play to like. Each character has so many flaws and unlikable characteristics, the only emotion apart from disgust you can muster is pity.
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Brisbane Gypsy Jazz Festival
Written by Lauren Sherritt   
Thursday, 16 August 2012 09:31
Brisbane Gypsy Jazz Festival
Before last night, I didn't really know a lot about Gypsy Jazz music. What I did know, or thought I knew, were images invoked by Hollywood stereotyping at its best.
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The Gondoliers | Gilbert and Sullivan Society of SA
Written by Peter Bleby   
Monday, 13 August 2012 13:50
The Gondoliers | Gilbert and Sullivan Society of SA
The Gondoliers without a hint of Venice? This certainly is an inventive and different interpretation of one of the best known and loved operettas from the extraordinary combination of WS Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan.
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