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In She 2019 you can catch women on the cusp of their careers, finding the forms and themes that declare their start in the world of art.
With the potential to become something of a cult-classic, People Suck does well to deliver an entertaining piece of theatre.
Magnificent, moody Mozart from the brilliant players of the Mahler Chamber Orchestra.
The battle between creativity and commerce drives this accessible state-of-play examination of the contemporary art world.
Emily Dickinson revisioned in lesbian comedy by Madeleine Olnek.
Oscar, Emmy, Tony and Golden Star winning actress Ellen Burstyn makes her Australian stage debut, a centrepiece of the show whose ensemble cast is equally adept at holding up the scaffolding.
The world premiere of Ron Elisha’s Unsolicited Male brings the #metoo movement to the workplace.
Without an an ounce of amusement, this bleak and confronting Australian film commands the audience to watch — or walk out.
Smooth, cool and gracious, one of the best ensembles of its kind.
An awkward feminist production focused on the objectification of women that attempts to ‘turn the coin’ on Oscar Wilde’s misogynistic play.
Auteur Claire Denis' first foray into English language cinema is a cool, calm sci-fi movie almost bereft of gadgets, with no aliens in sight.
The strange and dangerous psychological space Tiffany inhabits focuses on small details that make up the whole.
Silkroad Ensemble, founded 20 years ago by acclaimed cellist, Yo-Yo Ma, comprises an ever-evolving group of amazing musicians.
An acting tour-de-force from Brian Meegan and Kate Raison as they take on 14 characters.
Romeo and Juliet has been radically re-set in all manner of eras and communities, but this production’s simple shift of the Capulet family being of Subcontinental heritage has a significant impact without any textual clash.
As part of The Butterfly Club's inaugural 1 Act Play Festival, this play is a series of semi-autobiographical vignettes from Arendelle’s lived-experiences in a world where she is held to relentless scrutiny because of her body size.
Guillaume's debut YA novel chooses to uplift rather than shoot teenagers in a barrel. And that's laudable.
The first of its kind in Australia, this active exhibition is a collection of projects driven by artists from Australia, Africa, Europe and Asia that investigate ways that knowledge is produced and shared.
Howard traces the development of his characters with a deceptively light touch and a fine sense of humour.
Cutting through hype, AGSA’s take on Ben Quilty’s career is mapped across a less predictable path, encouraging audiences to think beyond his seductive impasto surfaces.
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