Jeff Green
Everything about Jeff Green, from his tussled curls, to his fairly sedate dinner suit with Converse sneakers, spells atypical.

Reflections: Referendum 40 years and to the future
Reflections: Referendum 40 Years and to the Future, performed by graduating students of the Aboriginal Centre for Performing Arts (ACPA), was a spirited piece of political theatre

Paradise City | Branch Nebula
Something remarkable happened. Families with young children; men wearing flipped up baseball caps; and friends who greet each other with a series of nods and hand shakes, all showed up to watch a contemporary performance.

The Impotent Fury Of The Privileged | Daniel Kitson
The Impotent Fury Of The Privileged is an awakening. I have never been so happy, hopeful, shamed and lost after a show.

The word ‘graceful’ is probably not often applied to a bearded, bumbling, geeky, glasses-wearing man, but that is what Daniel Kitson is.

Holding the Man | Griffin Theatre Company
Generating persistent howls of laughter, mischievous snickering at unexpectedly crass humour and visible tears from many in the audience, Holding The Man had it all.

The Danger Age | La Boite Theatre Company
Growing up is tough. Growing up with the knowledge that the freedom of your country rests in your hands, is even tougher.

The Female of the Species | Queensland Theatre Company
In The Female of the Species, Murray-Smith turns her hand to farce

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