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The Dark Room is a gripping new work from the writer of the award-winning play Hoods playwright Angela Betzien delivers a play full of haunting memories and emotional suspense.
The Keeper is a lovely piece of theatre based on the tale of lighthouses, bathtubs and ghosts, and of the isolation and deprivation endured by the families who lived and worked on Australian lighthouse islands.
Under the passionate direction of Kay Armstrong, Sydney's only youth dance company youMove premieres in Western Sydney with 'This Way Up', a mixed bill season as part of Dance Bites 2009 and linked in with Western Sydney Dance Action.
Streets and laneways – the title of Mark Wotherspoon’s current exhibition – pays homage to the roads of the inner west he has travelled in his search for old TV sets.
The stage is full to brimming with fifteen young, vibrant, enthusiastic and extremely talented musical people, performing in the Deep Blue Orchestra, May 1st at the Lismore City Hall. Musical people? Well, musician would be too simple a title for any of these rare gems.
Esmeralda - the main character in Cosas Insignificantes, part of The Spanish Film Festival 2009 - collects seemingly insignificant things that she finds, or steals, from others. These things she keeps in a hidden, locked case, a sanctuary from her pressured and crowded life.
Drama, humour and myth well all expertly combined in Saturday nights’ Osiris, the first of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra’s concerts in the annual contemporary music concert series Metropolis, under the direction of guest conductor and programmer Matthias Pintscher.
Our protagonist in Chef’s Special - part of the Spanish Film Festival 2009 - is poor old gay Dad and stressed high class Chef, Maxi.
This is the second incarnation of the Green Room award winning play Haul Away, currently showing at the Carlton Courthouse.
An evening spent at Pentridge D Division with Heath Franklin’s Chopper - part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival - was ‘f@*n’ brilliant.
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk is hardly socialist realism, either in its avant-garde musical elements, or as a story.
>This is Living, a play by Scott Rankin with Big hART, part of the Ten Days On The Island Festival, is also part of a critical review workshop led by well known critic James Waites. The work has been reviewed by a group of individuals part of the Everyone's a Critic project.
Crystalline, perfect and smooth - Katie Noonan's tone is almost angelic, yet haunting.
Sammy J proves he is multi-talented as each twist and turn is accompanied by song, making 1999 a one-man musical-cum-sketch show part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, aimed at anyone who remembers Tamagotchi computer pets.
Melbourne International Comedy Festival: La Petite Mort (The Orgasm) with Isabel Hertaeg accompanied by Geoffrey Urquart left the capacity audience cheering. There was something different here from the start...
Dazzling with the decadence of year 1928, the Retreat Hotel's interactive theatre show A Dinner to Die For is pure fun. As the guests arrive at the Daventry family manor to celebrate Lord Quinten’s birthday, suspicions abound when it becomes apparent that some of the arrivals are harbouring ulterior motives. When one of the guests is found dead at the bottom of the stairs, it’s not long bef
Not to be confused with 'Not Without My Daughter', comedy circuit veteran James De Leo’s latest show 'Not Without My Porter' part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, is primarily about etiquette.
James Galea - I Hate Rabbits - part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival - is not so much an affront to the little carrot-crunchers as it is a reference to hokey clichés usually associated with magicians.
For just over an hour, we journey into the lives of Bernie, Danny, Joan and Deborah as they play the dating game in 1970's Chicago in 'Sexual Perversity in Chicago' - part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
In Cutthroat: The Story of Two Guys Who Stuck Their Necks Out. - part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival - Jase and Doody demonstrate the lengths they went to in order to avoid even the smallest amount of hard work.
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