Melbourne | Wednesday, 27 April 2016
Opening this weekend, this free exhibition – Stage Presence: Design from the Australian Performing Arts Collection – is the third in a series presented by the Arts Centre Melbourne (ACM) to showcase Australia’s most extensive collection of stage and costume design from the late 19th century to the pr...Read more
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This presentation of the rock opera does not especially evoke the Summer of Love nor tonally invite its audience to tune in, turn on or drop out, and as a result the undisguised Christian thrust of the piece comes across all the more clearly.
Cleverly incorporating grabs of soundtracks like Marvin Gaye’s Let’s Get it On and Am I Not Pretty Enough, the “ladies” progressed through the highs and mostly lows of partner seeking advice.
I've never considered myself much of a 'fan girl' for anything, but if I were, I think it would be for the Queensland Symphony Orchestra.
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Early on in Daniela Giorgi's The Poor Kitchen, Elle, is excited about the olive farm in Italy she has inherited. Not because she harbours any romantic “Under the Tuscan Sun” fantasies, but because she intends to sell it and use the dough to break into the Sydney real estate market.
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