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Unflinching honesty in a warts and all examination of anxiety, using storytelling and songs.
A perfectly cromulent play, Mr Burns will embiggen the spirits of even the most casual Simpsons viewers.
A real-life Australian case is brought to the screen with sensitivity and a stunning central performance.
A wicked and hilarious adaptation.
A delightful night of romance and passion with the Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra.
A joyous display of pure musicality thrilled the audience at the Sydney Opera House.
Angsty 19th Century German teens become rock stars in StageArt's uneven production of a modern musical classic.
Highly creative and intelligent programming with superb performances from a gifted violinist.
A taste of magic, Guru of Chai is a joy which makes you laugh and touches your heart.
Patrick White's play is glowingly brought to life in this Siren Theatre Co production for Griffin Independent.
Opera Australia and John Frost’s nostalgic recreation of the original Broadway production is poorly suited to the cavernous Regent Theatre.
An exploration of the mind, rather than the movies, of the inimitable filmmaker.
MSO played a dramatic and intimate program of favourites with Associate Conductor Benjamin Northey at the helm.
Guy Ritchie takes on the Arthurian legend with supernatural flourishes and his usual stylistic touches.
Daniel Lammin and MUST pick and choose the most compelling moments of Frank Wedekind's Spring Awakening to play with.
Standard in construction but not in emotion, this documentary pieces together a portrait of the Australian actor.
Ridley Scott's second Alien prequel persuasively combines big-thinking sci-fi with chest-bursting thrills.
Daisy Coyle as the young Fay maintains a youthful energy and spirit that marks her out as one to watch.
A highly competent British instrumental and vocal ensemble performing well-known Italian Renaissance repertoire.
Two Weddings, One Bride is a fluffy confection of an operetta.
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