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The exploration that these women would have undertaken in tackling this play is to be admired.
Malouf covers a wide canvas and casts a light on the human condition with insight and wisdom and affection.
When I Saw the Animal is a delightful collection of short stories and whatever the length, Bernard Cohen’s focus is the human condition.
The musicians and the singers combined offered visceral, emotive, and powerful performances.
With this exhibition Mona Ryder demonstrates that she remains a major figure in Australian Art.
A most exciting blend of traditional and contemporary dance styles.
Another epic from the master storyteller.
Australia’s Lost Impressionist – John Russell (2017) is an enamoured documentary reminiscing on the life of an artist that time forgot.
This production strikes and grasps at the audience, gouging presumption to open the heart.
Kenny Sebastian’s stand up comedic evening at The Tivoli in Brisbane delivered some genuinely funny skits, along with some surprisingly beautiful musical work.
Youthful virtuosity, invention and musicianship.
An interesting and at times confronting exhibition that showcases Borland’s work over the last decade.
Aspirations, egos, classes and tones all clash in The Overcoat – a title as innocuous as it is tragic.
First penned 90 years ago, this grim, sober and powerful war drama makes for moving viewing.
The best work in this exhibition draws from the country’s deeper heritage to create an eloquent throughline for the viewer.
A famous performance of classical music’s most famous composition.
The reader looking for a good yarn in a rural setting will find it here.
MTC’s take on Shakespeare’s tale of desire, love and disguise has a stellar cast but is worth going to for the music alone.
David Marr’s anthology, My Country, burns the names of those who fall under his crosshairs into their political headstones.
The familiar awfulness of Australian politics is clearly a curse but the familiarity of the revue itself is a mixed blessing.
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