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Dracula | Hobart Repertory Theatre Society
Written by Briony Kidd   
Sunday, 14 February 2010 15:21
Dracula | Hobart Repertory Theatre Society
No character has been around the pop culture block more than Count Dracula, who’s so familiar that he tends to be the punch line of jokes told by younger, hipper vampire characters.
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Bach and Ellington | Nigel Kennedy and Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
Written by Daniela Kaleva   
Sunday, 14 February 2010 10:01
Bach and Ellington | Nigel Kennedy and Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
This unusual combination of Baroque and jazz may be perceived as odd, yet the lustrous genius of Nigel Kennedy re-invents and brings out the best of both styles.
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Nil, Cat and Buried | Le Poulet Terrible
Written by Penelope Broadbent   
Saturday, 13 February 2010 16:30
Nil, Cat and Buried | Le Poulet Terrible
In true Sewell style, Nil, Cat and Buried is a brutally honest work, where the characters and their stories, in all their ugliness, are shoved down the throats of its audience.
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Spring Awakening | Sydney Theatre Company
Written by lloyd bradford (brad) syke   
Wednesday, 10 February 2010 16:47
Spring Awakening | Sydney Theatre Company
It's hard to separate which is the triumphant hero of this musical: story, or score? Of course, in the best musicals, the two are synergistic and inseparable, and this is the case here.
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The Perfect Circle
Written by Briony Kidd   
Sunday, 14 February 2010 12:33
The Perfect Circle
The Perfect Circle is a brand new musical and a work of considerable scope and ambition.
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The Burlesque Hour... She's Back! | Finucane & Smith
Written by Adrienne Gross   
Saturday, 13 February 2010 17:32
The Burlesque Hour
So, is this show an over-hyped Victoria’s Secret runway rip-off or thought-provoking performance art?
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Peter Grimes | West Australian Opera
Written by Anna Locke   
Thursday, 11 February 2010 11:43
Peter Grimes | West Australian Opera
Conducted by Richard Mills and directed by Neil Armfield, Peter Grimes is engaging, beautiful and haunting.
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The Lady Grey | Inscription
Written by Laurel Green   
Wednesday, 10 February 2010 14:00
The Lady Grey | Inscription
The Lady Grey refuses to leave the spectator in the dark and instead captures our attention with hypothetical questions and direct-address.
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