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ARTS CENTRE: Carnegie 18 is a two-night musical theatre showcase at the Arts Centre as part of an initiative to promote the production of more musical productions. Two works were shown each night in their shortened, mid-development stages and ten-minute Q & A sessions were held at the end of each performance, with both audience members and production members exchanging questions.
ACMI: Watching 'White Material' is like watching some kind of hypnotically beautiful car crash in motion.
COURT IN THE ACT: Imagine being accused of an absurd and almost unimaginable crime, and being then hung out to dry by an inexperienced legal representative in a kangaroo court. This is the scenario for all involved in Rod Quantocks 'Court in the Act'.
'The Fighter' is the latest in the great American tradition of boxing films, though in its balance of personal and sporting drama it sets itself apart.
THE ROUND MOUNTAIN GIRLS: Six musicians (Rex Carter, Chris Brooker, Chris Eaton, Brad Hails, Rabbit Robinson and Chris Willoughby) play like they are on fire.
A youthful and upwardly mobile singer songwriter has stepped into Australia’s music arena with a new brand of sound and she is Jess Ribeiro and her accompanists are the Bone Collectors.
OPERA AUSTRALIA: Wild-haired, smoky-eyed and brimming with sex appeal, Rinat Shaham’s world-famous Carmen has arrived down under.
STATE THEATRE: The State Theatre is the perfect location for celebrating a film classic like Tod Browning's ‘Dracula’ (1931). The sumptuous interior lends a real ambience to the film that set the standard for all subsequent re-tellings of Bram Stoker's tale.
SYDNEY: Like his demeanor, Jason Collett’s music brings about an involuntary smile.
MIDSUMMA FESTIVAL 2011: While every member of the cast shone at various times, ‘The Blue Show’ is very much a co-ordinated effort.
WOODFORD FOLK FESTIVAL: From circus acts to a political circus, day four of the festival has it all.
WOODFORD FOLK FESTIVAL: On day three of the festival the rain stopped falling and everyone started smiling.
WOODFORD FOLK FESTIVAL: A little rain didn't stop the first day of festivities at Woodfordia this year.
CRAFT VICTORIA: ‘Shoe Show’is exactly as the name suggests. It’s an exhibition dedicated to some of the amazing shoemakers of Melbourne.
From the glamorous ballroom of the Russian Tsar to the dusty summer streets of Melbourne, Graeme Murphy’s 'Nutcracker' is a romantic tale of love and loss, played out across time and distance.
Our protagonist in Chef’s Special - part of the Spanish Film Festival 2009 - is poor old gay Dad and stressed high class Chef, Maxi.
Australian Chamber Orchestra with Dawn Upshaw (soprano), Christopher Moore (viola) and Richard Tognetti (director and violin).
"The fact that none of my friends wanted to come along to this concert is probably the best proof that people tend to have strong preconceived notions about traditional Irish folk music."
A cafe table and chair sit empty on a circular stage, an unopened bottle of green liquid standing at attention on the table’s surface.
It was gratifying seeing the full house at the opening night of Dream Children at the Carlton Courthouse for not only the opening night of the La Mama Theatre & Fly-On-The-Wall Theatre's 2009 season, but for the opening night of the Melbourne Midsumma Festival.
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