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This exhibition demonstrates the importance of experimental art spaces supporting solid and sustained local practice in the shadow of the majors - unfinished business always in need of greater addressing.
Enda Walsh’s musical is a classic boy-meets-girl romance with terrific singing and great chemistry.
A feel-good performance bringing together Digi Youth Arts, Queensland Choir, Deep Blue Orchestra and didgeribone player Tjupurru.
TheatreiNQ’s cheerful, vibrant and original adaptation of Carroll classic.
A timely exploration of a particular kind of maleness that entertains even as its protagonist hurtles towards the abyss.
Dutch dance artist Frank van de Ven is joined by Tasmanian performers and musicians in an intriguing collaboration.
A sex-positive and playful cabaret about life as a bisexual woman.
The six finalists’ works reflect the possibilities and challenges of a medium no longer confined to the purely utilitarian.
An atmospheric and deeply moving picture book brought to life, packed with wry humour and pointed insights.
Indigenous playwright Meyne Wyatt’s debut hits the mark.
Despite some frustrating directorial choices, this gay WWII-era musical romance moves and fascinates.
Surveying the history of Australian cartoons is a momentous job but the NLA has made it a drawcard.
From bewigged airheads to mysterious animated black beetles, the fast-moving visuals and dramatic intensity of Anna Bolena brings history into a lively tech-take, with vibrant singing to match.
Freaked out about identity theft via your devices? This exhibition offers a darkly humourous twist on living with technology and AI.
Richard Lowenstein's excellent documentary captures his subject’s essence by never quite bringing the man into focus.
Adapted from young adult fan fiction, not much happens in this adolescent love story, yet Adrian Martin finds it weirdly fascinating.
73 days after Notre Dame was ravaged by fire, Cyril Gely’s Diplomacy - depicting Paris’ near-obliteration by Adolf Hitler - opens at the Ensemble Theatre in Kirribilli.
This contemporary repackaging of Bartók's 1911 opera is intriguing, playful and original, with moments of brilliance.
A showcase of grace, splendour and exceptional athleticism from the renowned Russian company as part of the QPAC International Series.
Adapted from a novel by Australian Daniel O'Malley, this series is compelling but lacks the book's complexity.
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