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Nicole Reed’s photographs highlight the state architecture of North Korea over its inhabitants.
Footscray’s feminist circus company offers an evocative immersive work that’s rooted in the history of the Drill Hall.
A recent release of a 1987 concert recording shows Jarrett’s sensitivity and masterful artistry.
This exhibition questions how we use collective cliches to construct narratives, but is it the best route to truth?
Septime Webre’s Alice brings fresh choreography and stunning sets to the classic story.
MTC presents an engaging, escapist musical but the most powerful moments in this production are the quiet ones.
New Australian musical brings authenticity and wit to musical theatre.
New show from Head First Acrobats provides a Wild West theme and a rowdy good time.
Scorsese's latest is a paradoxical object – and not just because of its digitally de-aged cast, writes Adrian Martin.
It might not be groundbreaking, but this doco has the right kind of swagger and charm to pay tribute to the woman at its core.
A joyous version of the Gilbert and Sullivan musical that most fans will love.
An extraordinary performance showcasing not only Mojo Juju’s voice and talent but also the stories behind the songs.
The Riverside Yarns presentation offered intimate and generous storytelling but lacked a centre of gravity.
The amiable mates follow their reliable recipe for spontaneous comedy.
Embracing curation as activism, this exhibition invites both artists and viewers to disrupt the ‘master’ narrative of Western art.
A charming, interactive and educational production that’s suitable for all ages.
A strong piece of theatre drawn from the stories of real Australian women.
A Symphonic Universe brings together rockstar physicist Brian Cox with music that evokes the stars.
This one-woman show has humour, great design and a killer concept for examining personal and political issues, but it doesn’t quite hit the mark.
A palpable and political exhibition, Cornelia Parker's eponymous exhibition offers a cautionary tale on hasty commentary, demonstrating that the simple object can speak volumes.
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