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The Crucible | Black Swan Theatre Company
Written by Amanda Tyler   
Sunday, 27 May 2007 10:38
The Crucible
Black Swan Theatre Company portrayed very well the lack of understanding and in some ways, the gullibility of the people at this time.
Lost is My Quiet | The Prickly Pear Ensemble
Written by Sarah Green   
Sunday, 20 May 2007 05:27
Lost Is My Quiet
Has anyone ever told you they saw you at a place where you haven’t been? Ever wondered if there might be another ‘you’ out there?
Tim Minchin - Live at The Maj
Written by Amanda Tyler   
Sunday, 15 April 2007 08:44
Tim Minchin

Any performer has got to be happy when the patrons walk out of the theatre and through the city singing their songs. That’s exactly what I heard driving home.

The Lady Aoi | Black Swan Theatre Company
Written by Amanda Tyler   
Sunday, 18 February 2007 05:15
The Lady Aoi
The traditional story of Lady Aoi is filled with poetic, flowing speech and beautiful dreamlike imagery but unfortunately none of this was apparent on the night.
Closer | Milestone Theatre
Written by Anna Locke   
Friday, 25 May 2007 10:06
Patrick Marber’s Closer is a story of love and loss and the meaning of relationships. Four characters intertwined in contemporary London.
Bombshells | Perth Theatre Company
Written by Anna Locke   
Monday, 30 April 2007 09:56
Over the course of the night, the audience is introduced to a frazzled mother and a bride to be, a cactus loving wife and a widow, a teenage wannabe star and a fading singer
Laughing At Gravity Tour | CircusOZ
Written by Amanda Tyler   
Sunday, 25 February 2007 17:15
Laughing At Gravity
Circus Oz is a rough, raw, feisty and cheeky show of brilliant Aussie talent which appeals to a multi-generational audience. Naughty enough to be a thrill for the parents and cute enough for the kids to screech with laughter - which they did.
The Tiger Lillies | Perth International Arts Festival
Written by Amanda Tyler   
Wednesday, 14 February 2007 08:56
Tiger Lillies
Expect all morals and everything you know to be right and good to be turned inside out when you see the Tiger Lillies. Martyn Jacques, Adrian Huge and Adrian Stout lead their audience through a destructive, grotesque path of naughty British humour which speeds right past Benny Hill and crashes into murder, brothels, bars, the crucifixion, drugs and severe mental illness.

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