Teuila Postcards | Polytoxic
Polytoxic’s lively performance ‘Teuila Postcards’ was an excursion into the stereotypes and the surprises of Samoan culture

Wil of God | Wil Anderson
As a stand-up comedian, Anderson is one of Australia’s best. As a socio-political commentator, he is bloody brilliant. It’s just a shame about that ego.

Hellraiser | Peter Helliar
There is something intimate, infectious and personal about his delivery

Monkey with a Drum | Josh Pyke
As a performer, his even vocals and amazing acoustic guitar melodies seem like sincere representations of his personality – steady, talented and humble.

The Laramie Project | Springboard Theatre & The Forward Movement
In October of 1998 21 year old openly gay student Matthew Shepard was robbed, beaten and left for dead, tied to a fencepost in the middle of nowhere

Whos Afraid of Virginia Woolf? | QTC
Here is a play where nothing is what it seems. A play that is exhausting, funny, twisted and manipulative.

Impractical Jokes | Charlie Pickering
Sell-out shows on London’s West End, packed houses at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, New Zealand International and Melbourne Comedy Festivals - on paper, it was a sure bet. In reality, it was a little lighter than I’d hoped.

Art | Mercury Wings Theatre Company
Art is an intellectual battle between two friends, Serge and Marc. They are fighting over the purchase of a rather simple painting, its worth and its meaning.

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