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Tiriki Onus holds the Beckett Theatre to attention with his moving, and nationally significant, familial tale, William & Mary.
Fast-paced mayhem featuring boobies and bananas.
The transformation of characters and visual cues is particularly noteworthy.
Five randomly selected audience members think of their favourite biscuit and five accurate answers are returned by Morgan & West.
The position of this film is obvious: it is ludicrous to treat industrial hemp in the same fashion as marijuana.
With off-the-rack characters and ham-fisted sponsor advertisements, the tales presented are hilariously clichéd.
This is important work eliciting stories from people who are not often seen.
Tag releases audience members into the public and initiates a series of personal, one-on-one interactions with strangers.
Playhouse Creatures is feminist, without being dogmatic, and brought to life through spirited acting using the declamatory style.
This fantastic production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream (As You Like It) produces hilariously sustained magic on a large scale.
Oh Boy carves its own niche in the increasingly crowded space of contemplative late-stage coming-of-age efforts.
An autobiographical story with soul music filling the background of every memory Colman Domingo shared with his family.
The show juxtaposes the grace and skills of the dancers and circus performers with bald and bawdy comedy.
Inspired by the vaulted halls of the Brisbane Powerhouse, She Would Walk the Sky draws the audience into a world of magic.
‘No way’, someone would have said upon the conception of this performance. ‘That can’t be done.’
If you feel that sex and swearing are the easy laughs, then Treleaven is not your bag.
Musically, the clear highlight is the E=MC2 rap, complete with breakdancing and fun, geeky hand gestures.
If you like intelligent, brilliantly constructed, acutely relevant and deeply affecting theatre, go and see Great White.
A thought-provoking and challenging display of determination and the best of the human spirit.
Matthew Mitcham sets his sights on new achievements in the cabaret musical version of his life story, so far.
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