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A stunning technical achievement, this photo-realistic Disney remake fails to convey the powerful emotions of the story.
Opera Australia has premiered its first new work in nearly a decade, and it’s quintessentially Australian, both in subject and tone, but does it capture the spirit of artist Brett Whiteley?
A candid look at the rivalry and comradeship between some of Hollywood’s A-list comedians.
The four-day program fosters inclusive art and new possibilities.
A fitting farewell to a very popular Principal Conductor.
Gary Abraham’s production brings alive a mesmerising and thrilling Mancunian urban dystopia.
A creative chameleon, Naomi Hobson is a surprising talent and her new photographic series flutters between that awkward and deadly space of finding blak teen identity.
Feet First Collective’s dark and gritty production could go further in terms of immersion.
McCall Smith can’t resist letting his characters ruminate on some ethical issues.
Newcastle artist Lyndal Campbell dealt with her fast-approaching exhibition deadline by moving into the gallery.
Kovacs continues to push her medium while remaining true to her DNA.
Sam Wang’s solo show is a hilarious and nostalgic thrill ride through time and pop culture.
An all-too-realistic thriller with a protagonist who, while not likeable, is attractive and compelling.
Great songs, inspired performances and a good digital brush-up make this essential for fans, but is it a doco? asks Adrian Martin.
Mel Campbell enjoys this female-led teen comedy but questions its laissez-faire moral politics.
This is one of the best murder thrillers to hit the bookshops in a long time.
If you’re not a fan of watching two people bickering in a car, you may want to overtake this ABC comedy, says Anthony Morris.
A picturesque, experimental production that doesn’t shy away from Lewis Carroll’s darker side.
Dead Right shows us that economics is not a force of nature but something voters and politicians are directly in control of.
A remarkable book that combines memoir, essays and philosophy.
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