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Cinderella | Australian Ballet

Tue, 30 Jun 2015

This lovely interpretation of Cinderella, is far from a rehash of a tried and true fairytale to Sergei Prokofiev’s score, it successfully marries old-fashioned storytelling, with a modern tw...

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Be Your Self | Australian Dance Theatre

Sun, 28 Jun 2015

Australian debut for strongly themed, well-travelled, polished dance entertainment.

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Asian Provocateur | Josie Lane

Sun, 28 Jun 2015

Sharing the stories behind the song choices allows her to make a strong connection with the audience but it is when Lane sings that we are ca...

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The Songs of Ahrens & Flaherty | Flourish Productions

Sun, 28 Jun 2015

With minimal staging, props and lighting changes, it is the vocal talents of the six performers that carry the show. The voices were beautiful and the character driven songs by far the most wo...

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Bring It On The Musical | Supply Evolution

Sun, 28 Jun 2015

Translating a non-musical film to a stage musical is always risky business. Sometimes it works and sometimes it really doesn’t. Luckily Bring It On the film already had a lot of musical characteristics to work with, so its stage counterpart needn’t have strayed too far from the original in...

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Snugglepot and Cuddlepie | CDP and Monkey Baa

Sun, 28 Jun 2015

Directed with a fluid panache by Susanna Dowling, Snugglepot and Cuddlepie is an enchanting entertainment that enhances the literary legacy left by May Gi...

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Gender Spanner | Jessica McKerlie

Fri, 26 Jun 2015

The little stage at the Butterfly Club has been the setting for many things wonderful and Jessica McKerlie’s Gender Spanner is definitely one of th...

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Aunty Donna

Fri, 26 Jun 2015

Making people laugh is harder than making people cry but not for Aunty Donna who make the whole audience laugh while making it look ea...

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How We Ruined MacArthur's Markers | Ludicrous Displays

Fri, 26 Jun 2015

This show was an interesting, amusing, and charming production which never flagged for a second.

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Reviewing the Situation | Phil Scott

Thu, 25 Jun 2015

Phil Scott has been performing for some time, and his experience shows here, both in his musical ability and in his comic timing and st...

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The Night Guardian | Ellandar Productions

Wed, 24 Jun 2015

Dark near-future dystopia, featuring a superhero’s discovery of self-doubt.

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Legends! | John Frost

Wed, 24 Jun 2015

It is a fairly flimsy and predictable work, but director, Christopher Renshaw’s strong cast work very hard to present an entertaining sh...

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Fracture | New Ghosts

Wed, 24 Jun 2015

Fracture was not only a slick production, its plot gave me one of the most rewarding experiences I value as an audience me...

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Australia Day | Christine Harris and HIT Productions

Wed, 24 Jun 2015

Biggins deals with racism, patriarchal indulgence, disability, education, bigotry, (old-age and new-age) technology, food choices, indigenous culture, bullying, economic growth, old-school mentality and so much more of the current human psyche – all with a laconic smirk and a twist of the kn...

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The Dog/The Cat | Belvoir

Mon, 22 Jun 2015

Two of Australia’s much loved playwrights, Brendan Cowell and Lally Katz have combined to blow a breath of fresh air into Belvoir St’s Downstairs Theatre with their two short romantic comedies, TheDog/The Ca...

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But Wait…There’s More | Circus Oz

Fri, 19 Jun 2015

In a return season of But Wait…There’s More, Circus Oz has pitched its state-of-the-art Big Top at Birrarung Marr with a show incorporating elements of rock n’ roll, cabaret, theatre and satire fused with the skills and tricks of traditional ci...

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Love and Information | Malthouse Theatre

Thu, 18 Jun 2015

So there is no linear narrative. No story, as such, but perhaps many micro stories, all involving questions of love and information, more of the latter than the former, I th...

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Bruce | The Last Great Hunt

Wed, 17 Jun 2015

One head, two hands, classic scenarios aplenty – accomplished puppetry meets clever scripting.

Latest Features

Patrice Tipoki

Melbourne | Friday, 15 May 2015

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Jan Chandler recently had the opportunity of speaking with singer Patrice Tipoki whose career to date has included musical theatre, numerous gigs, and two years as a member of pop group Gi...

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    Whilst Melburnians have been treated to a feast of laughter I wonder if we are any the wiser about what it is that mak

  • Ben Pobjie

    By the average person's standards, Ben Pobjie is doing quite well. He has performed comedy shows at several comedy fes

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    Neelanthi Vadivel is the Artistic Director travelling with TOTEM and Jan Chandler had the pleasure of talking with her

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    Mark Wilson is a Melbourne based writer, performer and director who studied at the Victorian College of the Arts and M

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Stephen Carleton Wins 2015 Griffin Award

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Brisbane playwright Stephen Carleton has been awarded the 2015 Griffin Award for his new work The Turquoise Elephant.

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Reviews/Melbourne
Laughter, it's said, is the best medicine. Research has concluded that laughter reduces pain, brings down blood sugar levels and relieves stress.
Friday, 27 March 2015 | Read more
Reviews/Sydney
Everybody Loves Lucy is a short and sweet foray into the world of Lucille Ball, accompanied by all of its glorious ups and downs.
Monday, 23 March 2015 | Read more
Reviews/Melbourne
Well it may not be important, but this wonderful collection of personal anecdotes and passages from her favourite writers is yet another masterful performance from one of our most cherished performers.
Sunday, 22 March 2015 | Read more
Reviews/Melbourne
UK writer Paddy Campbell is enjoying a monster success with his first full-length play, Wet House. Red Stitch Actors Theatre brings us the Melbourne premiere and it's a winner.
Sunday, 22 March 2015 | Read more
Reviews/Brisbane
Orchestra, curtains, lights and a plethora of pirates with a whole lotta ‘aaarrrrrrr’ burst onto the stage on Friday night at the Concert Hall, QPAC.
Sunday, 22 March 2015 | Read more
Reviews/Sydney
When The Rain Stops Falling is a very good play and this is a cracking production.
Sunday, 22 March 2015 | Read more
Reviews/Perth
The 3rd Year Acting students at WAAPA recently presented Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austin at the Geoff Gibbs Theatre.
Saturday, 21 March 2015 | Read more
Reviews/Sydney
In this reworking of the Electra myth, writers Jada Alberts and Anne-Louise Sarks remain true to the heightened style of Greek tragedy, using archetypal characters to keep the narrative tightly focussed on the major theme of the tragedy of intergenerational family violence.
Saturday, 21 March 2015 | Read more
Reviews/Perth
As far as dinner parties go, this one is memorable for all the wrong reasons. Imagine if you will, a psychotic host hell bent on revenge and delivering tasty morsels such as primordial soup, apocalypse of lobster and frozen waste.
Thursday, 19 March 2015 | Read more
Reviews/Melbourne
Motion Picture by choreographer Lucy Guerin, is a film in dance, a dance to a film, a dance in response to a film.
Thursday, 19 March 2015 | Read more

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Love and Information | Malthouse Theatre
So there is no linear narrative. No story, as such, but perhaps many micro stories, all involving questions of love and inf...
But Wait…There’s More | Circus Oz
In a return season of But Wait…There’s More, Circus Oz has pitched its state-of-the-art Big Top at Birrarung Marr with a sh...
The Dog/The Cat | Belvoir
Two of Australia’s much loved playwrights, Brendan Cowell and Lally Katz have combined to blow a breath of fresh air into B...
Australia Day | Christine Harris and HIT Productions
Biggins deals with racism, patriarchal indulgence, disability, education, bigotry, (old-age and new-age) technology, food c...
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Last Orders! is set in the 1930s in a Parisian cabaret/cafe, where the waiters (the students), donning long aprons, are als...

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