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Promenade performance in Guerrilla Fest presents diverse experiences of homelessness in Perth.
The third instalment in Melbourne poet Π.O’s trilogy is a playful journey through Australian art history.
Opera Australia’s revival run of Sir David McVicar’s production is part revelatory – and part not.
A deliciously camp version of the Noël Coward play, direct to Australian screens from the London stage.
There are moments of gentle humour and intimacy in this production but the story is indulgent and implausible.
An absorbing and intimate new Australian musical exploring long-distance love.
What starts as a funny and relatable exposé of middle-class hypocrisy becomes uncomfortably screamy, shouty and stereotypical.
Weaver is an artist who looks beyond the surface, who uses materiality and familiarity to usher the viewer into a deeper consideration of our world.
A gentle allegory for the notion that the good life goes on – for the privileged, at least.
From Shakespeare to a red dress, this Ned Kelly is a wonderful reworking of a grand narrative, if a bit mumbly, according to Chris Boyd.
Ballet Theatre Queensland presents a double bill that juxtaposes precision and humour.
A quartet of original works explores bodily autonomy with mature, innovative performances.
A local gym comes alive with video installations exploring the body, discipline, endurance and community.
Mona Foma and Terrapin deliver a bountiful, barmy show on a beautiful, balmy evening.
Andy Manley’s nearly wordless performance captivates young audiences, making the most of their powerful imaginations.
Abounding in energy and innovation but overall a contrary and inscrutable experience.
The gentle art of family films is deployed by Steve Worland who wrote Paper Planes and director Owen Trevor who made a lot of Top Gear.
Queer sensibility, daring physicality, jaw-aching comedy and must-see artistry enliven the Hobart Fringe.
New York-based duo The Acrobuffos’ show is breathtakingly beautiful, offering delight for young and old.
Eight artists join eight engineers in a collaboration that examines 60 years of the Manly Dam, garnering lessons in coastal erosion, wetland management, biodiversity, climate change and social history.
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