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Dublin Fringe continues with Derek Byrne’s debut play based on a real-life encounter at a cruising spot, and a madcap, high-energy performance from Lords of Strut.
Bryony Kimmings’s mammoth solo show has visceral impact.
The past meets the present, ghosts strut their stuff, abandoned spaces are revived, and Tasdance scores another hit.
Nick Robinson's latest environmental documentary puts the iMax screen to stunning use as it celebrates the Australian landscape.
A multi-layered, meta satire on theatre and acting.
The Critic examines the theatre world with incisive commentary and scintillating humour.
FOJAM is a vibrant showcase of artists from the Jewish diaspora that questions inherited wisdom and celebrates plurality.
Five months after its US premiere, Ramy – 'the best show not on Australian television' in Chris Boyd’s rarely humble opinion – drops on STAN this week.
Moira Finucane and co offer a playful, intelligent and optimistic attempt to disrupt extinction.
A uniquely personal and immersive experience that gently strips away barriers to communication.
Little Triangle has delivered a highly polished production of this rarely seen musical.
Cleeves certainly knows how to construct a captivating, intricate plot with lots of unexpected turns.
A daring, graceful juggling act of robust emotions and sophisticated ideas.
This year’s largest event at Brisbane Festival uses the river as its canvas to tell an early chapter in the encounters between Europeans and First Nations peoples.
A rich, detailed world of female friendship and a waning party vibe are key pleasures in Sophie Hyde's latest feature.
A remarkable debut collection of short stories elegantly detailing the lives of Lebanese migrant families in western Sydney.
Kate Hennig’s play brings the drama of the Tudors to the present day.
A one-man show about loneliness, longing, and social media-enhanced isolation, and a dance theatre piece exploring call-out culture through a comic book lens.
How does circus take on death and memory? In collaboration with a hospice for young people, Flipside Circus attempts to look at mortality.
International stars Noomi Rapace and Yvonne Strahovski are the greatest assets in this Australian intimacy thriller, writes Adrian Martin.
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