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King of Bangor

A theatrical exploration into the creative mind of novelist Stephen King, this new play by Lee Gambin lacks nuance, but…

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A Golem Story

MALTHOUSE: The medieval myth of a creature fashioned from clay and animated by supernatural means finds vital life in this…

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Love Never Dies

REGENT THEATRE: Magnificent staging and strong performances can’t hide the hollow heart of Lloyd Webber’s latest musical monolith. Three stars.

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The Wau Wau Sisters' Last Supper

THE FAMOUS SPIEGEL GARDEN: US burlesque duo Adrienne Truscott and Tanya Gagne leave no sensibilities unruffled in this delightful cabaret…

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A Behanding in Spokane

MELBOURNE THEATRE COMPANY: Playwright Martin McDonagh’s confronting black comedy shocks and entertains in equal measure.

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Don Parties On

MTC: David Williamson’s sequel to his most famous play reunites his major characters some 40 years later.

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Ben Cousins: A Rock Opera

MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL COMEDY FESTIVAL: Ben Cousins the 'bad boy' (among a few I'm sure) of Australian Rules was a logical…

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Life’s A Circus: Theatre Works

It’s not very often that a new Australian musical is written these days, especially in the times of the US…

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THEATRE REVIEW: Malthouse - Goodbye Vaudeville Charlie Mudd

Goodbye Vaudeville Charlie Mudd now playing at the Malthouse came first from an idea Chris Kohn had after reading a…

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MALTHOUSE THEATRE REVIEW: LAWN

The new Melbourne season of LAWN at the Malthouse opened on Thursday extending the now five-year long popularity of this…

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