Poetic License
Images from Outer Urban Projects
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Kooza | Cirque du Soleil
 

Kooza
Images from Cirque du Soleil
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Titanic | StageArt
 

Titanic
Images from StageArt
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Festival of Live Art 2016
Images from FOLA 2016
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Anything Goes
 

Anything Goes
Images from the Opera Australia/John Frost production
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Swan Lake
Images from St Petersburg Ballet Theatre
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Totem | Cirque du Soleil
TOTEM
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Marzo | 2014 Melbourne Festival
Marzo
2014 Melbourne Festival
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7 | National Institute of Circus Arts
7
Images from the National Institute of Circus Arts
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Showboat | The Production Company
Showboat
Images from The Production Company
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Keep Everything | Chunky Move
Keep Everything
Images from Chunky Move
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Mojo | Sydney Theatre Company
Mojo
Images from Sydney Theatre Company
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Patyegarang | Bangarra Dance Theatre
Patyegarang
Images from Bangarra Dance Theatre
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The White Prince | Vertical Shadows Dance Company
The White Prince
Images from Vertical Shadows Dance Company
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Rocky Horror Picture Show
Rocky Horror Picture Show
Images from the Melbourne Season
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Most read reviews

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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