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Nutcracker: The Gift of a Dream
Written by Jordan Vincent   
Monday, 08 December 2008 04:04
Nutcracker: the Gift of a Dream | Australian Ballet School
The Australian Ballet School gives a fun, lively and kid-friendly rendition of this classical ballet, bringing the wintry-tale to the Sidney Myer Music Bowl.
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Moving South | Lily Kiara
Written by Bron Batten   
Sunday, 07 December 2008 02:12
Moving South | Lily Kiara
A lone, willowy figure, Kiara begins the performance by exploring her environment. Fragments of text and single words seem to indicate that Kiara is traversing an interior landscape, using visualisation to create movement vocabulary.
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Looming the Memory
Written by Simonne Michelle-Wells   
Saturday, 06 December 2008 21:20
Looming the Memory
Sometimes, just sometimes, you are fortunate enough to see a theatre show that leaves you changed at the end of it.
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Short+Sweet 2008: Melbourne
Written by Penelope Broadbent   
Saturday, 06 December 2008 08:06
Short+Sweet 2008: Melbourne
This week the festival kicked off its eighth year with the presentation of Melbourne’s top twenty submissions.
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I Hate Rabbits | James Galea
Written by lloyd bradford (brad) syke   
Sunday, 07 December 2008 21:48
I Hate Rabbits | James Galea
James Galea, Australia’s magician of the year, is a trickster, in more ways than one.
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Romeo & Juliet | Urban Myth
Written by Peter Bleby   
Saturday, 06 December 2008 23:08
Romeo & Juliet | Urban Myth
When you combine a beautiful outdoor setting, a fine set, great lighting, the energy of an enthusiastic bunch of under 30’s and the time-honoured words of the immortal Bard, you are bound to create something that is impressive.
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Little Women | Kookaburra
Written by Sonia Allan   
Saturday, 06 December 2008 18:28
Little Women | Kookaburra
Little Women is at first glance an unusual choice for an Australian musical production.
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Frankenstein | Wharf 2LOUD
Written by Jack Teiwes   
Saturday, 06 December 2008 04:44
Frankenstein | Wharf 2LOUD
Frankenstein is a quiet little corker of a play.
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