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Today is World Circus Day, and to celebrate, we speak to Circus Oz founding member – Tim Coldwell.
Barry Award winning duo,The Pajama Men are back in town for the Melbourne International Comedy Festival with their uni
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Geraldine Quinn is the creative force behind some of Melbourne's most successful rock/cabaret/comedy shows of the last
Queensland Symphony Orchestra has announced that Sophie Galaise has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer.
Griffin Theatre Company has announced the finalists for the 2013 Griffin Award, shortlisting new works by Donna Abela, V
The 2012 Green Room Award Recipients have just been announced. Full list of winners inside!
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I didn't think Jean-Luc was suave enough in appearance to be called "the cool conjurer," however even after a slightly uneven opening night performance I, and the rest of the audience, were left amazed and impressed with some of his magical feats.
Ai-yi-yi! Nicholas Kazan's Blood Moon, in its Australian premiere, is by no means a bad play. At least, it needn't be. But, regrettably (and much as it pains me to say it), in this incarnation from Unpathed Theatre Company, it could easily be mistaken for one.
Which came first: the Spiegeltent, or the Twisted Vaudeville Circus? The two seem tailor-made for each other; both rely on their yesteryear charms to take us to a place where we can catch a glimpse of the past in the Spiegeltent mirrors.
Theatre need not be a complicated affair. Let a captivating performer have a space and a story to tell to an audience, and theatre might ensue. Add a simple prop, some lights, and a song or two into the equation, and your potential for theatre grows exponentially.
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