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Babes in the Wood | Malthouse Theatre
Written by Lola MacMillan   
Thursday, 23 November 2006 09:47
babes_smSet on the eve of federation, the still current fears of colonial Australia are writ large in this play within a play within a play. The Malthouse Theatre, led by director Michael Kantor, revels in the so-bad-its-good gaudiness of pantomime with this latest production of Babes In The Wood,
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