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While the message is perhaps at times fumbled this latest production from Back to Back is a tender and intriguing work.
The MTC's 'Clybourne Park' is a new play about long-standing issues: race and real estate in Chicago.
MIKELANGELO AND THE TIN STAR: The Melbourne musician's latest album is inspired by a love of 50’s and 60’s instrumental guitar music and Western cinema soundtracks.
An inspiring collaborative project between Queensland’s major arts organisations, including Queensland Museum, State Library of Queensland, Queensland Art Gallery and the Gallery of Modern Art.
Big, loud and hugely entertaining, the latest film in the blockbuster franchise more than makes up for its disappointing predecessor.
CARRIAGEWORKS: A homage in part to the installation artist, Janet Cardiff, Michelle St. Anne's new play is an interrogation into language and sound.
1000£BEND: In a conjunction of styles, El Tarro presented an innovative show featuring film, performance, food and music from across South America.
NGV: This fascinating exhibition takes a fresh look at the remarkable contribution Australia’s most distinguished landscape artist made to 19th century Melbourne’s developing arts culture.
CHAMBER MADE OPERA: A unique and intimate work performed in the home of
composers Madeleine Flynn and Tim Humphrey.
MADMAN: These engaging shorts have screened at Australia’s only Academy accredited and BAFTA recognised short film festival over the last two decades.
SPANISH FILM FESTIVAL: Set in Havana in 1948, this entrancing film combines classic hand-drawn animation with CG technology to come up with a romantic and highly stylised movie for grown-ups.
ABC: Chris Lilley finally unveils the much-anticipated Angry Boys, but does it live up to expectations?
POLYGLOT THEATRE: The latest work from Melbourne’s internationally renowned childrens’ theatre company is a 360-degree, interactive, touchable theatre experience.
MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL COMEDY FESTIVAL: Greg Proops is a very funny guy, no mistaking it. He’s quick, intelligent and has introspection, something we’re not used to in Americans.
MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL COMEDY FESTIVAL: Spontaneous Broadway is high-wire comedy where every night is different, an improvised musical created from the suggestions of the audience.
OPERA AUSTRALIA: This Gale Edwards production sets the action of Puccini’s well known and much loved opera in Berlin in the 1920s.
MADMAN: This live performance by Melbourne’s musical comedian Sammy J is part of the Warehouse Comedy Festival DVD range.
MADMAN: The droll, self-deprecating stand-up of Hannah Gadsby features on this new DVD released as part of the Warehouse Comedy Festival range.
ACMI: This documentary into one of the music industry’s most prominent figures is less an in-depth biographical portrait than a revealing snapshot.
QPAC: The first leg of her national tour saw former 80s pop icon supported by a band of old collaborators and Blues legends.
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