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Under This Sun | The Emergence Co

Mon, 25 May 2015

Under This Sun is poetic in all senses, visual, literal, and sonic, and the team is entirely comfortable diving into the mix and using all the tools available to them as ar...

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Dead Time | Lace Balloon Productions

Fri, 22 May 2015

Interview transcripts, television media and political interviews are cleverly engaged to constantly shift our perspective throughout a largely engaging pl...

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Don Giovanni | Opera Australia

Fri, 22 May 2015

Opera Australia’s highly anticipated Don Giovanni, directed by David McVicar, focuses on the dark side of the sex addicted nobleman, who cannot control his appetite for conquering every and any woman who crosses his path, regardless of her age or sh...

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The House on the Lake | Griffin Theatre Company

Thu, 21 May 2015

Literary allusions to Edgar Allan Poe and Lewis Carroll are part of the puzzle to Aidan Fennessy’s The House on the La...

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The Unknown Soldier | Monkey Baa Theatre

Mon, 18 May 2015

In The Unknown Soldier, Sandra Eldridge has written a play for young people about learning, relationships, and the possession of hi...

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The Greatest Love of All – The Whitney Houston Show

Sun, 17 May 2015

If you were to close your eyes, you’d swear that the diva herself was belting out her award winning songs for her Melbourne fans in at...

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Donkey | Hannah Gadsby

Sat, 16 May 2015

I’ve been a fan of Hannah Gadsby from her TV appearances, but this was the first live, full-length show I’d seen and let me tell you, it’s a fascinating lesson in how the mind of a creative thinker wo...

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The House of Ramon Iglesia | MopHead Productions

Fri, 15 May 2015

The House of Ramon Iglesia is both sincere and compassionate without giving way to false-answers or back-slapping. Between love and hope there is also failure and fo...

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Asking For It | Adrienne Truscott

Fri, 15 May 2015

Adrienne Truscott is possibly a little crazy, definitely brave, and most certainly not asking for it, despite what her show’s called....

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Trade | Hurrah Hurrah

Wed, 13 May 2015

Inspired by the 2008 loss of 5 billion Euro on the futures market by Jerome Kerviel, Trade is an unpolished allegory of moral and intellectual co...

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The Touch Industry | The Sonder Line

Tue, 12 May 2015

Anywhere Theatre Festival strives to showcase performance in any space but a traditional theatre space, which is how The Sonder Line’s piece The Touch Industry has found a very fitting home inside Fortitude Valley’s The Candy Cl...

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Kidshow (Not Suitable For Children) | The Umbilical Brothers

Tue, 12 May 2015

If these guys are looking for sponsors, they should look no further than Poise panty liners for light bladder weakness because I just about wet myself with laughter at KiDSHoW (Not suitable for Ch...

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The Merchant of Venice | Sport For Jove

Tue, 12 May 2015

Sport for Jove has grasped this play, coloured and shaped it into a living whole. It's a pleasure to discover it with th...

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Samson | Belvoir and La Boite

Mon, 11 May 2015

Julia-Rose Lewis draws on the stultifying uneasiness of an Australian country town to set the tone of her first pl...

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Sense and Spontaneity

Sun, 10 May 2015

Hilarious flights of fancy flow in this Regency romp.

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Undercurrents | Cal Wilson

Sat, 9 May 2015

Petite in stature but huge in the talent stakes, Cal Wilson is an absolute treat in this new show Undercurrents.

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The Wizard of Oz | Belvoir

Fri, 8 May 2015

Director Adena Jacobs has reimagined Oz as a “symbolic dream” telling what she calls a “central myth within our culture”, one which is concerned with the female body and the female mi...

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Madama Butterfly | Opera Australia

Fri, 8 May 2015

The emotionally laden Madama Butterfly captivated the audience on the night I attended. It is an absolutely beautiful production to watch and listen to, and remarkably, it is easily enjoyed by a novice to the artform, as well as the seasoned opera go...

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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

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Kate Mulvany announced as STC’s Patrick White Playwrights’ Fellow

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Kate Mulvany has been announced as the latest recipient of STC’s Patrick White Playwrights’ Fellowship at a special event at The Wharf on Friday 22 ...

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A Storm in a D Cup refers to the chaos that reigns inside the body and mind of the woman who packages her neat little self into a silver sequined dress and sky high red heels.
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I don’t remember the character’s name … the sad girl drinking whisky, and honestly if I had met her in a bar at 2am, I would probably have made my polite excuses after a while and found somewhere else to be.
Saturday, 14 February 2015 | Read more
Reviews/Melbourne
Blak Cabaret is cabaret with a conscience: a lovely blend of drag, political satire (not gentle), and emotionally vast and soulful music by some of the best indigenous performers around, an utter legend or four.
Saturday, 14 February 2015 | Read more
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Thread ranges from the minutiae of the modern world to the vast breadth and depth of Jewish culture and history.
Thursday, 12 February 2015 | Read more
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Claire Healy is a very attractive artist. As we entered the tiny room she had been allocated for the Fringe Festival she was seated at the electric keyboard rippling away at intro music and chatting to patrons in a charming manner.
Thursday, 12 February 2015 | Read more
Reviews/Melbourne
Hailing from a town called Openmouth Holler and with a sister who works as an ‘intimacy facilitator’, country singer Tina C is all about proudly reclaiming her white trash status.
Thursday, 12 February 2015 | Read more
Reviews/Melbourne
I wanted to like this play – De Angelis is a peer. I wanted to identify with the characters and their stories, I wanted to laugh but I hated it. It felt very dated, the mother-daughter dynamic reminding me of conflicts I had with my mother forty years ago.
Monday, 09 February 2015 | Read more
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Magically it was a very accomplished show. The script was a little corny but once the tricks really started to roll the audience couldn’t have cared less.
Monday, 09 February 2015 | Read more
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In The Worst of Scottee, the audience becomes party to Scottee working through his deepest regrets and darkest secrets. In essence it is a shared therapy session.
Sunday, 08 February 2015 | Read more
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Cougar Morrison is an androgynous songbird from New Orleans. He’s perpetually single with a couple of disastrous romances behind him and not much left in the way of hope for love.
Sunday, 08 February 2015 | Read more

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