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World Problems. Image is a woman in grey standing on a stage in front of the mouth of a tunnel, that looks as if it's lined in slate. There are boulders at her feet and we can see the silhouetted heads of the front row of the audience from behind.
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Theatre review: World Problems, Southbank Theatre

A solo show that spans near and far, borne of personal and global events.

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Highway of Lost Hearts

“A truly exceptional production that is winsome, lyrical and at times even transcendent.” ★★★★★ – ArtsHub

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Family Fiesta

Family Fiesta launches into space these school holidays at MPAC. Join us for stellar theatre, music and art.

The Grinning Man. A huddle of seven young actors in vaguely Victorian/Edwardian clothing grasp and peer over each other with manically grinning faces.
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Musical review: The Grinning Man, Alex Theatre

A number of miscalculations may make you grimace instead of grin in the Australian premiere of this British musical.

WAY. On a dark stage an older worried looking white woman in a grey hoodie is using a phone in a telephone box. A chair is on the right of the picture.
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Theatre review: WAY, fortyfivedownstairs

A one-person show that skilfully covers a societal issue with empathy and compassion.

Two white men dressed in Victorian era garb sit on a stage, either side of a large theatrical costumes/props basket with a decanter on the top of it. One man is draped in a blanket and clutches a glass looking worriedly at the older grey haired man, who also looks concerned but off downstage right, clasping his hands in his lap.
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Theatre review: The Woman in Black, QPAC

A powerful production of this acclaimed British thriller has commenced its Australian nationwide tour. 

Peacemongers. Against a green backdrop an Asian woman and white man sit at a dinner table laden with food, candles and books. He holds a butternut pumpkin and she holds a wine glass. They are both wearing serviettes tucked into their collars.
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Theatre review: Peacemongers, Darebin Arts Speakeasy

An experimental think piece that played with the concept of a perfect world.

The King's Player. Image is a bald white actor dressed in scruffy Middle Ages clothes with his mouth agape and his arms stretched out in surprise. Behind him is a large yellowish backdrop featuring a circle with a picture of a juggler in it.
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Theatre review: The King's Player, Alex Theatre

A one-man comedy show inspired by 'Hamlet', and told from the perspective of a lowly minstrel desperate for promotion.

Matthew Shepherd. Image is a black and white head and shoulders shot of a young blond man wearing a jumper and standing in a room in front of a window. His head is tilted to the left.
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Hate transmuted into theatrical gold in new staged reading of The Laramie Project

A Sydney reading of the verbatim play about Matthew Shepard’s murder will feature Shepard’s father, Dennis, reading his courtroom statement.

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Owning a Stagecoach Performing Arts School is an opportunity to run your own business and love what you do.

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