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An expertly crafted story that mocks ideological hypocrisy and offers no easy answers.
A timely and necessary program that calls on us to be active participants as we face this state of emergency.
STC’s production presents a powerful journey through infertility.
An impressive collection of short fiction to be savoured.
A sexy and thought-provoking production that shows the dark side of the American dream.
The Australian Ballet’s Sylvia is imbued with a sense of fun from the narrative down to the buzz of the Corps de Ballet.
Bell Shakespeare ‘queers and redreams’ Titus in this gripping and hellish production.
Four dancers present some challenging modern pieces by a smorgasbord of choreographers.
Hamad’s first book presents an incisive analysis of white womanhood and the lies that perpetuate the myth of a common sisterhood.
Veteran playwright Tony Kushner’s musical theatre debut is a little perplexing.
The Babadook director returns with a different kind of horror: an essential film that gives voice to female suffering.
A gorgeous production from Watch This with a cracking cast, beautiful costumes and a sublime performance of the score.
This revival of the classic 1960s musical absolutely lets the sunshine in.
The Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra’s lush concert offers glorious music on 19th century instruments.
Inspired by a trash voodoo myth, Glitch gives the Undead an unnerving Australian edge even as it keeps the secret of its finale.
The Very Popular Theatre company’s production of Beckett’s play is spirited and faithful.
Zen Zen Zo’s physical theatre interpretation of Shakespeare is compelling and immersive.
Despite a disappointing script, this musical shines with strong performances and show-stopping dance numbers.
Kate Mulvany’s adaptation is enjoyable and whimsical though it never fully confronts the story’s darker themes.
Zoey Dawson’s insightful satire exposes the hypocrisy of middle-class liberalism.
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