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Based loosely on Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew, Kiss Me Kate was Cole Porter’s most successful musical, sweeping the Tony Awards in 1949 and once again in 2000 following a Broadway revival.

hellbent_sm1Red Stitch’s Hellbent is an adaptation of the seventeenth century play The Duchess of Malfi by John Webster. It’s a revenge tragedy, a hysterical melodrama of Shakespearean proportions served up with an extra dollop of nastiness and it’s wonderful.

babes_smSet on the eve of federation, the still current fears of colonial Australia are writ large in this play within a play within a play. The Malthouse Theatre, led by director Michael Kantor, revels in the so-bad-its-good gaudiness of pantomime with this latest production of Babes In The Wood,

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Mahler Chamber Orchestra | 2019 Adelaide Festival

The Mahler Chamber Orchestra is that rare beast among the world’s orchestras, a democratic institution. The players themselves founded it, and they choose their conductors. It has musicians from over 20 nations, and assembles for specific tours acoss Europe and the world.

Grounded | National Theatre of Parramatta

Captain Marvel is rocketing up the multiplex box-office at the moment, but, for my money, there’s a major marvel playing at Riverside Theatres at the moment that beats the kapow! out of that CGI blockbuster.

A View from the Bridge | Melbourne Theatre Company

Arthur Miller’s masterpiece, A View from the Bridge explodes on the stage of the Sumner Theatre in Southbank.

Dance Nation | Red Stitch Actors Theatre

How large is the window of opportunity for girls to rise above and navigate society’s obstacles to personal and professional success?

The Choir of Man

After highly acclaimed performances all over the world, The Choir of Man, has arrived at the Sydney Opera House. Adoring fans, sell out shows and festival awards, put me in high spirits and ready to get raucous with the nine man vocal ensemble.

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Jane Bodie Wins 2019 Lysicrates Prize for Playwriting

Playwright Jane Bodie has been announced as the winner of the 2019 Lysicrates Prize for her play Tell Me You Love Me.

Ian Potter Southbank Centre opens to students and staff

More than 1000 students and staff have moved into the new state-of-the-art Ian Potter Southbank Centre, home to the new Melbourne Conservatorium of Music.

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