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Aida. Image is a woman in black singing and gesticulating in operatic style, while members of the chorus lie around her reaching up, they are in Ancient Egyptian costumes, with lots of gold.
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Opera review: Aida, QPAC

Musically first-rate and impressively sung, Verdi’s 'Aida' rises above the idiosyncrasies of this 21st century production. 

Chicago. Image is a chorus line of dancers grouped behind a woman in a very short black dress and stockings. All have their right arms raised and wrists slightly bent, and their right legs bent so they're on tiptoe.
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Musical Review: Chicago, Crown Theatre, WA

One of the longest running musicals on Broadway is returning to tour Australia, first stop Perth.

35mm. Image is a cast of performers, some seated on the ground, some standing behind, all pointing cameras at the photographer.
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Performance review: 35mm, Flight Path Theatre

Little Triangle's latest production is musical theatre inspired by photography.

At the End of the Land. Image is a swirling blue haze with a black circle in the middle in which stands a woman with black top and shoulder length hair.
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Performance Review: At the End of the Land, PICA Performance Space, WA

A non-linear and Lynchian solo performance, with visual and aural extravagances.

A Christmas Carol. Image is a darkened stage with an ensemble of Dickensian actors holding lanterns and Scrooge in a reddish dressing gown looking out through a door frame.
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Performance review: A Christmas Carol, Comedy Theatre

'A Christmas Carol' returns after a triumphant run last year, this time with Owen Teale as Scrooge.

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Great actors need great foundations

Chester Lenihan is living proof that pursuing a dream can lead to great things if you're willing to work.

Drama therapist Anne Gollan.
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So you want my arts job: Drama Therapist

Drama therapist Anne Gollan creates safe environments for play and storytelling with both children and adults.

South Asian. Indian woman with red sari, gold jewellery and holding up a gold lined veil.
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Shining a spotlight on South Asian Australian theatre

Why you should care about South Asian Australian theatre companies and their futures.

Gunasekera. Production still from ‘You're So Brave’. Photo: Rama Dolman. The image shows a female figure holding a microphone in the centre against a stage with red light and two projector panels on each side.
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Patrick Gunasekera and Georgi Ivers: two artists and their journeys in crip time

Care can come in the form of time, patience, flexibility and community engagement in a world that still poses so…

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Calling for theatre students with bold ideas

Do you have the passion and courage to be a changemaker? The VCA’s Master of Theatre courses are encouraging students…

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