Tunks For The Memories
Tunks never denies or belittles his Blacktown-born-and-bred roots: he wears such, proudly, defiantly, right next to his heart, on his sleeve, as well he should

John Gabriel Borkman
Ibsen’s theatre revolution changed theatre to something that was art and not just entertainment. QTC’s production of this Ibsen classic, was not even entertaining.

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C!RCA’s The Space Between explores not just the apparent physical bodies of the performers, but the nothingness and everythingness of what exists in the space between the performers, each other and the theatre-in-the-round audience.

Asylum

Asylum! In today's world the word conjures up the image of asylum seekers, refugees fleeing political persecution in their homeland and seeking sanctuary in Australia.

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Terrestrial | State Theatre Company South Australia

Terrestrial’s author (Fleur Kilpatrick) says in the programme notes that she dedicated her play to lonely girls, bored boys, to quiet towns and “to a landscape that looks like Mars”. She adds ”landscape informs how our trauma, confusion, illness or fear manifests itself”. It does in this play.

Hungry Ghosts | Melbourne Theatre Company

Described as a post traumatic play, Hungary Ghosts is both complex and challenging. While conscious in its use of multiple characters and threads, commentary on national themes does give echo to a central, more personal narrative around culture, loss, belonging, patriotism and identity.

Almost Face To Face | Stephen House

It's difficult to determine who the real star is in this piece; the exquisite writing, or the equally perfect performance. That both are the work of the same person... truly impressive stuff.

Les Misérables | The South Coast Choral and Arts Society

This is an emotional play with not too many dry eyes at times, but if a play and its performers can move you, make you laugh, make you cry, make you think, then a good job has been done.

Good Cook. Friendly. Clean. | Griffin Theatre Company

It might go down a treat as a Nanny's business card, but it seems to have little currency for Tara Marice's character, Sandra in Brooke Robinson's Good Cook. Friendly. Clean.

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Horses to courses: Police stables receive $18M transformation

The former Victoria Police Mounted Branch stables have been transformed into world-class teaching and learning facilities for students of the University of Melbourne’s Faculty of Fine Arts and Music following an $18 million make-over.

Launch of unique archive of scenic designs

Ten scene books providing a unique visual record of Australia’s early theatre history, have been digitised and made available online for all to download, study and enjoy.

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