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Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word | Tina C
Written by Liza Dezfouli   
Sunday, 25 March 2012 12:48
Sorry Seems to be the Hardest Word | Tina C
Tina C is a brilliant comedienne; a gobsmackingly bright and shiny, truly funny creation who viciously critiques her own culture with subtlety and skill along the way.
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The Maids | Enigma
Written by lloyd bradford (brad) syke   
Thursday, 22 March 2012 18:09
The Maids | Enigma
Stephen Hopley seems to have something of an obsession with horror; dark themes; theatre of the absurd. Even his Shakespearean outings seem to draw on these predilections. And that's ok with me.
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Wilarious | Wil Anderson
Written by Kelli Rogers   
Wednesday, 21 March 2012 20:45
Wilarious | Wil Anderson
Wil Anderson's Brisbane Comedy Festival performance, Wilarious, feels a bit like Wil is sitting with you at a bar sharing funny stories about his life
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The Peony Pavilion | National Ballet of China
Written by Heather Bloom   
Sunday, 18 March 2012 21:45
The Peony Pavilion | National Ballet of China
The Arts Centre's State Theatre was alive with colour and passion as choreographer Fei Bo brought his impeccable troupe of dancers from The National Ballet of China to the stage in his adaptation of The Peony Pavilion.
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A Little Room | The Living Room Theatre
Written by Vivienne Mah   
Saturday, 24 March 2012 12:27
A Little Room | The Living Room Theatre
Composed largely of moments in time wherein characters recall pivotal encounters with lovers, and the drawn out days following their loss and search for that familiar figure, the audience take on the role of unintended voyeurs, peeping into the lives of three women.
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About the Weather | Sam Simmons
Written by Lauren Sherritt   
Thursday, 22 March 2012 13:23
About the Weather | Sam Simmons
It should be said that Sam Simmons' latest offering About the Weather, while making its appearance at the Brisbane Comedy Festival, is not a stand up show. "A play!" Simmons at one point screams to the audience, "It's a play!" And what a play it is.
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The Rake's Progress | Victorian Opera
Written by Liza Dezfouli   
Monday, 19 March 2012 21:22
The Rake's Progress | Victorian Opera
The Rake's Progress, by Igor Stravinsky, is a simplistic operatic morality tale, based on eight paintings done by William Hogarth in the 1730s.
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St John Passion | Adelaide Chamber Singers & Sydney Chamber Choir
Written by Nicholas Routley   
Sunday, 18 March 2012 20:13
St John Passion | Adelaide Chamber Singers & Sydney Chamber Choir
The Adelaide Chamber Singers and the Sydney Chamber Choir, the two choirs which formed the chorus, were magnificent in their triple role.
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