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The Removalists | Perth Theatre Company
Written by Hayley Mayne   
Thursday, 02 September 2010 20:34
The Removalists | Perth Theatre Company
Heralded as one of Australia’s most celebrated playwrights, Williamson has created a play that forces us to reflect on a moment in Australian history that we are not entirely comfortable with.
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Born Guilty: A Scary Guide to Jewish Parenting
Written by Joe Lusk   
Tuesday, 31 August 2010 15:00
Born Guilty: A Scary Guide to Jewish Parenting
Looking around Hollywood, at comedies past and present, it’s impossible to ignore the influence of the Jewish community on what we consider to be amusing in the modern Western world.
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The Larrikins | Soundstream New Music Festival
Written by Daniela Kaleva   
Monday, 30 August 2010 22:12
larrikins
The Larrikins, the last concert of the Soundstream New Music Festival 2010 brought into focal point the creative genius of John Addison – virtuoso cellist, teacher, new music performance practice guru and facilitator of new music.
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The Spectralists | Soundstream Adelaide New Music Festival
Written by Daniela Kaleva   
Sunday, 29 August 2010 21:26
spectralists
Spectralist music is certainly not everyone’s cup of tea. It is an acquired taste, which reaps lasting rewards for those who learn to appreciate it.
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The Schelling Point | Chester Productions
Written by Jack Teiwes   
Wednesday, 01 September 2010 20:44
The Schelling Point | Chester Productions
The Schelling Point is a play with a great deal going for it, but unfortunately falls somewhat short as a really effective piece of theatre.
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Gina Williams and The Lubbly Sings
Written by Claire Condry   
Tuesday, 31 August 2010 14:31
Gina Williams
It would be hard to find a braver, yet more self-effacing personality than Gina Williams.
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The Rebels | Soundstream New Music Festival
Written by Daniela Kaleva   
Monday, 30 August 2010 22:05
rebels
Justly titled The Rebels, this concert presents a seditious combination of performers and an improvisational music style to match.
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Edge of Night | The Australian Ballet
Written by Jordan Vincent   
Sunday, 29 August 2010 11:12
Edge of Night | The Australian Ballet
From a sensitive exploration of memory, to a Greek mythological love affair, and an 18th century erotic romp in the park, Edge of Night explores romance, immortality, and the complex relationships between men and women.
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