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A Magic Flute | CICT/Theatre des Bouffes du Nord
Written by Anna Locke   
Sunday, 19 February 2012 07:47
A Magic Flute | CICT/Theatre des Bouffes du Nord
In Peter Brook's pared down A Magic Flute, the audience is able to appreciate the simplicity of Mozart's score with a classic tale of loss, greed, love and redemption.
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Pygmalion | Sydney Theatre Company
Written by Augusta Supple   
Saturday, 18 February 2012 13:12
Pygmalion | Sydney Theatre Company
Peter Evan's direction is slick and no-fuss, he focuses on the characters and their wish to propel the story. Dramaturgically, this is not man versus world, (nor society) by man versus himself.
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Babyteeth | Belvoir
Written by Rebecca Whitton   
Friday, 17 February 2012 17:24
Babyteeth | Belvoir
This newly commissioned work for Belvoir by Rita Kalnejais takes a tragic situation, fills it with humour and optimism and delivers a work that is truthful, serious and life affirming.
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Apocastrip Wow!! | The Freak and the Showgirl
Written by Julia Hern   
Friday, 17 February 2012 15:07
Apocastrip Wow!! | The Freak and the Showgirl
Comedy meets pornography in this potentially heart warming, semi political cabaret, The Freak and The Showgirl.
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Beauty and Turbulence | Escher String Quartet
Written by Anna Locke   
Sunday, 19 February 2012 07:27
Beauty and Turbulence | Escher String Quartet
Delicate chamber music filled the State Theatre Centre for the first time as part of the 2012 Perth International Arts Festival.
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Suitcase Royale
Written by Anna Locke   
Friday, 17 February 2012 17:30
Suitcase Royale
Rag time hillbilly country came to the Perth Festival Gardens on Thursday the 16 Feb when Melbourne's Suitcase Royale rocked into town.
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The Ballad of the Unbeatable Hearts | Richard Fry
Written by Julia Hern   
Friday, 17 February 2012 15:54
The Ballad of the Unbeatable Hearts | Richard Fry
On Richard Fry's first trip to Perth's Fringe world, he brings the incredible story of John Wayne in The Ballad of the Unbeatable Hearts.
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Persians | Happy Dagger Theatre and Little y Theatre Company
Written by Julia Hern   
Thursday, 16 February 2012 15:34
Persians | Happy Dagger Theatre and Little y Theatre Company
The Greek tragedy by the famous playwright Aeschylus was first produced in 472 BCE and is the oldest surviving play in the history of theatre.
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