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The Tasmanian premiere of this new work by Terrapin Puppet Theatre is well-honed following road-testing on the mainland.
A tour de force of immersive theatre.
ArtsHub's series of snapshot reviews of work presented as part of Dance Massive.
Extra-terrestrial life onboard the International Space Station breed a familiar but tense and engaging sci-fi thriler.
Jacques-Yves Cousteau's life and work inspires an episodic biopic boosted by stunning underwater cinematography.
The depth and richness of sound created by the foursome is extraordinary.
A girl dreams of chasing her eagle-training, fox-hunting dream, and a filmmaker turns her tale into a standard documentary.
A well crafted, entertaining piece of theatre by a female lead creative team.
With Alec Baldwin taking on infancy, laughing at a tot with a man's voice works once, but rarely after that.
This first-time effort grapples with the inescapable influence of home as two women fall in love in a small town.
Three Romantic works: a light-hearted portrait, a youthful concerto and a tragic final symphony.
Ida is a novel about youth, acceptance and the mysterious power of inter-dimensional travel.
Provocative, teasing, charismatic and achingly tender.
A Biennale like no other.
A sweaty, thumping collaboration between Tasmania’s Tasdance and Greece’s Jukstapoz for Ten Days on the Island.
SwanSongs tends toward art songs and lieder, and in this recital Pearson demonstrated her versatility.
James Franco stars as Michael Glatze, a man who went from gay activist to a Christian pastor in love with a woman.
A brilliant thought-provoking play examines our human condition with love and humour.
Another first-rate instalment in the MSO’s Mahler Cycle.
Indigenous artist Brook Andrew says it's not political, it's historical. His solo exhibition turns understanding on its head with hi-viz attention.
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