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Many of Australia’s best essayists have offered fresh perspectives on issues that have come to lose their significance through repetition and a general sense of hopelessness, invigorating them with new life.
A series of monologues on those suffering homelessness in Melbourne by award- winning playwright Daniel Keene. A searing, poignant and nuanced production that pulls at every heart string.
Suspense and thrillers are a popular genre but they are not to everyone’s taste.
The Sydney Symphony Orchestra revives Bela Bartók's haunting operatic psychodrama.
Fresh youthful voices and the disembodied life coaching of Lady Gaga.
Seldom does an arts company stick so closely to its visions and purpose, Spare Parts Puppet Theatre is the anomaly.
A disquieting television reprisal that has life imitating art imitating life in a story of modern identity, anger and fear.
An exquisite musical journey that takes you from sun down amongst natural beauty to first light after a sleepless city night.
The extraordinary story of an exceptionally talented man who spent nearly half his life in jail.
In Cahoots is about six Aboriginal art centres and selected artists working together in unexpected ways to challenge the nature of creative collaboration.
A rare moment where you can savor a Rembrandt in clear sight of a Vermeer and a Frans Hals painting – all in Sydney this summer.
A Christmas album for connoisseurs of the Renaissance.
Emerging young comedic talent impresses despite an uneven offering.
Pinchgut's updating is thought provoking and vocally superb.
A velvet glove approach leads to well-pondered questions about colonial authority in the Pacific, and the right to delegate what is new, and to whom.
Five women are lost in the Giralang Ranges but only four of them make it back to base.
Riley Lee and the Enigma Quartet present a concert of ten pieces based on five elements – a most unusual concert blending East and West.
Powerhouse Museum’s summer exhibition delights at any age with its immersive digital playground too fun to leave to just the kids.
Del Kathryn Barton explores powerful female sexuality but reproduces the male gaze.
Gorgeously designed production maintains taut psychological thrill throughout.
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