Rabbit Hole
Rabbit Hole is powerful, moving and beautifully understated.

Impro-Lab: Transparencies

Improvisational dance performance is often more challenging for audiences than performers. Viewers need a great deal of patience, as they wait for the resonating moments when performers, sound, and visuals unite in mesmerizing synergies.

Grace
GoD BE IN MY MouTH’s Grace is essentially an extended domestic between three members of a long-estranged family conducted on a roof-top while three pigeon-headed people gambol about in the background.

The Season At Sarsaparilla
This new production of Patrick White’s ‘charade of suburbia’ The Season At Sarsaparilla, is all one could have hoped it could be: a triumph for director Benedict Andrews and for the STC’s Actors’ Company.

small metal objects
Back to Back Theatre’s smash hit production returns in a whirlwind Australian tour, the sell-out of the 2005 Melbourne International Arts Festival and more recently the 2007 Sydney Festival.

Love At Fast Sight
“How do you want your eggs in the morning; scrambled or fertilized?”
For those of us who have never experienced the weird and, well… weird world of Speed Dating, this play confirms our worst fears: Olivia Ansell’s hilarious short play seems more like a cautionary tale than an endorsement.

Birthday
The play is disappointing and does not meet the thematic challenges set by its creators.

The Narcissist
No ifs, buts or maybes, this play is vainly and unashamedly Brisbane. It is pure self-indulgence, and it feels good.

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Come From Away

Despite its seemingly bleak subject matter, Come From Away is joyous, hilarious, hopeful, remarkable and true and as you leave the theatre, you may just feel better about the world you re-join.

A-Z of Dance | Dave Callan

After a trying 5 day lockdown it was a relief to be among the few who could revel in the sublimely silly A-Z of Dance.

Against Medical Advice with Dr Kim Le

This effort by Dr Le was a very mixed bag.

Songs of Love and Death | Jane Sheldon and Alex Raineri

At this moment in our cultural history, as Australia emerges gradually from the restrictions imposed because of Covid 19, each live concert is a particularly reviving and refreshing experience.

Videotape | Montague Basement

Loved up in lock down lasts as long as the first knock down in Videotape.

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Brett Sheehy announces end of tenure at MTC

Melbourne Theatre Company Artistic Director & CEO, Brett Sheehy AO, today announced that 2021 will be his final year with the Company, concluding with the launch of the 2022 season.

Survey finds that people are considering leaving the Victorian music industry

A new study examining the impact of the Corona virus pandemic on the Victorian music sector found that 58% of respondents are considering leaving the industry.