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Gudirr Gudirr by Dalisa Pigram and Marrugeku Theatre turns struggle into triumph. Pigram, the unique force who has created and co-choreographed Gudirr Gudirr, also performs in this hour-long dance theatre missive that addresses a multitude of Australia’s sins and sorrows.
Friday, 10 July 2015 | Read more
In a return season of Theatre Beating’s, Magic Chicken, the audience follows the adventures (or should that be misadventures?) of Ethel, a golden egg laying chicken, after she stumbles across two bumbling chefs in a run-down cartoon kitchen & bistro whilst being hotly pursued by the Evil Eric.
Friday, 10 July 2015 | Read more
Fleet of foot, full of laughs and plenty of pathos, the play beats with the heart of a champion that unfurls to fur flying finale where the money’s on the bunny and a rudimentary redemption makes a claim.
Sunday, 05 July 2015 | Read more
Spare Parts Puppet Theatre isn’t afraid to tackle the big subjects. Their current production, a stage adaptation by Peta Murray of Tim Winton’s short novel Blueback, takes a deep dive into the subjects of death, ecology and environmental protection. Is it too much for kids to handle? Not a chance.
Friday, 03 July 2015 | Read more
The Melbourne Arts Centre has been hosting the Sound of Music Sing-A-Long for a number of years, this year it was held at Hamer Hall, and although most of us are no Julie Andrews, or for that matter Lady Gaga, the auditorium was filled with “the sound of music” and it was simply beautiful.
Thursday, 02 July 2015 | Read more
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