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Zombatland | The Suitcase Royale
Written by Lauren Sherritt   
Monday, 15 October 2012 07:55
Zombatland | The Suitcase Royale
Creators of this sometimes absurd and at all times hilarious piece of theatre, ingenious trio The Suitcase Royale have been touring their brand of "junkyard" performance globally for a number of years.
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Les Miserables | ICW Performing Arts Association
Written by Julia Hern   
Sunday, 14 October 2012 19:39
Les Miserables | ICW Performing Arts Association
Although the story is sung through, this is far from an opera; acting capability is paramount and the leads in this production do it well.
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Conversations with Ghosts | Paul Kelly and ANAM
Written by Vivienne Mah   
Sunday, 14 October 2012 01:18
Conversations with Ghosts | Paul Kelly and ANAM
Proving himself an indisputable master of his craft, Paul Kelly enchants young and old alike in his aptly titled 'Conversations with Ghosts'.
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After Life | Michel van der Aa
Written by Bron Batten   
Friday, 12 October 2012 17:49
After Life | Michel van der Aa
The Melbourne International Arts Festival officially launched last night with the contemporary Dutch opera After Life, from composer Michel van der Aa.
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Heart Dot Com
Written by lloyd bradford (brad) syke   
Monday, 15 October 2012 06:43
Heart Dot Com
Heart Dot Com, is an ambitious project involving multiple writers, directed by Olivia Satchell and produced by the equally fearless Liz Toriola.
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Salome | Opera Australia
Written by Nicholas Routley   
Sunday, 14 October 2012 16:05
Salome | Opera Australia
This production, supported by a very strong cast, is really thought-provoking, and a must for lovers of Strauss.
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Romcom | Adam Francis and Dilruk Jayasinha
Written by Val McFarlane   
Saturday, 13 October 2012 17:18
Romcom | Adam Francis and Dilruk Jayasinha
In Romcom, Adam Francis and Dilruk Jayasinha both tackle the broad subject of how to balance the desire for a comedy career with the desire for a normal relationship.
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Singing 5 Ways to Disappoint Your Vietnamese Mother | Diana Nguyen
Written by Dione Joseph   
Friday, 12 October 2012 17:43

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The beauty of Nguyen's fringe show is that it is intimate, personal and takes place in a Karoke bar on Little Bourke Street. This is theatre at its best - a family affair. Singing English songs in a Korean bar with a host telling you about her relationship with her mother is quintessentially Fringe theatre.
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