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Golem | 1927
Written by Ashley Walker   
Friday, 18 March 2016 13:29

Golem | 1927

The story is reminiscent of classic fairy tales such as The Emperor’s New Clothes in its simple yet profound message. Golem could be your smartphone or tablet, appearing to make life easier, all the while sprouting sales pitches in rhyming couplets.

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Colony | Curious Works
Written by Emily Shaddick   
Friday, 11 March 2016 00:00

Colony | Curious Works

Colony is hard to explain, complex in its nature and wildly diverse. The project bubbles with potential and although it is hard to get your head around exactly what it all is about you do feel a great sense of excitement about the future of this project.

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CounterMove | Sydney Dance Company
Written by Rebecca Whitton   
Wednesday, 02 March 2016 07:26

CounterMove | Sydney Dance Company

Sydney Dance Company’s latest double bill is hugely entertaining, combining the wry humour of Alexander Ekman’s very accessible Cacti with an exploration of darkness in Rafael Bonachela's new work, Lux Tenebris.

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Romeo & Juliet | Bell Shakespeare
Written by Richard Cotter   
Friday, 26 February 2016 08:43

Romeo & Juliet | Bell Shakespeare

Peter Evan's production of Romeo & Juliet, his inaugural show as the new artistic director of Bell Shakespeare is a Doake and dagger affair.

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Piccolo Tales | Vashti Hughes
Written by Richard Cotter   
Friday, 18 March 2016 09:55

Piccolo Tales | Vashti Hughes

The piece is all about the sense of place and this spectacularly site specific play is enhanced by the staging of this half century saga in and around the property of the Piccolo Bar.

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Machu Picchu | Sydney Theatre Company
Written by Richard Cotter   
Thursday, 10 March 2016 15:57

Machu Picchu | Sydney Theatre Company

Taking its name from the ancient Incan settlement, Machu Picchu is playwright Sue Smith's engineered response to sudden impact life changes, in this case, severe and incapacitating injury.

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Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks | Ensemble Theatre
Written by Emily Shaddick   
Sunday, 28 February 2016 20:41

Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks | Ensemble Theatre

Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks is a delightful story told well. It follows the unlikely friendship of Lily and Michael; two people who try to veil their pasts while yearning for a more meaningful future.

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Little Shop of Horrors | Luckiest Productions/Tinderbox Productions
Written by Jack Teiwes   
Wednesday, 24 February 2016 17:48

Little Shop of Horrors | Luckiest Productions/Tinderbox Productions

Although the bad-taste creature-feature parody angle of the show’s subject matter may not be to the taste of the My Fair Lady crowd, this is a cracker of a show for those who want the chance to see an excellent smaller production

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