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MTC: Life Without Me

MTC: Daniel Keene is an Australian playwright not only known for his literary brilliance, but renowned for his poetic, lyrical…

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My Name is Rachel Corrie

FORTYFIVE DOWNSTAIRS: The controversial play about a peace activist killed on the Gaza Strip in 2003 is coming to Melbourne.

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Webley and Huxley Live the Life

LA MAMA: In ‘Webley and Huxley Live the Life’, Webley is a reclusive writer obsessed with the hero of The…

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Artists and Scientists Talk Climate Change

TIPPING POINT AUSTRALIA: In Australia for the first time TippingPoint 2010: Art and climate change is a series of events…

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The Blue Dragon

MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL: Robert Lepage’s 'The Blue Dragon' tells a simple story in a technically extravagant way, mesmerizingly beautiful…

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The Premiere & Ms Robinson

THE MELBOURNE WRITERS' THEATRE: The Melbourne Writers’ Theatre was established 28 years ago by the well-known Australian playwright Jack Hibberd…

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This is Not Art

THIS IS NOT ART: From its early Newcastle fringey beginnings in the late 90s to its development as a niche…

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MIAF: Intimacy by Ranters Theatre

MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL: Ranters Theatre is one of Melbourne’s great ensemble groups. Establisher over 16 years ago by a…

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The first week of writing in Queensland

QUEENSLAND WRITERS WEEK: Next week Queensland Writer’s Centre is trying something of an experiment as part of marking their 20th…

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Making talking about Mental Illness entertaining

MENTAL ILLNESS FELLOWSHIP VICTORIA: When you talk about a play dealing with mental illness, a lot of people may turn…

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