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Am I is a journey of the senses, a dreamy, tolling experience to be enjoyed, not over-analysed
New and significant works from the electro-acoustic genre were once again on offer in austraLYSIS' latest concert.
The Australian Ballet Bodytorque season is a showcase of new ideas and experiments.
Who is Killing the Great Capes of Heropa? is an ambitious homage to the comic book universe.
A clever concept, featuring confident physical comedy and original egg-based puppetry.
If you don’t know Ché Walker, this play may just place the playwright’s name firmly in the front of your consciousness.
Christos Tsiolkas’ latest book is his best yet.
Sydney Symphony's Mozart and Shostakovich was not the best of concert the year but it was time well spent.
Director and cinematographer Warwick Thornton is open in his embrace of the darkside.
With a career spanning over three decades, cult icons Yo La Tengo are infallible veterans of the alternative music industry.
This collaboration between pianist Asher Fisch and German mezzo-soprano Stefanie Irányi provided an unusual treat.
This simple yet ingenious show is an unadulterated joy for theatre goers...
Maa (The Mother) is a courageous attempt to deal with female subjugation and poverty in Indian society.
As our lives move more and more rapidly online, Australian playwright Adam Cass seems to find himself with more material.
At first glance, Andrew Bujalski’s Computer Chess seems simple, charting the unglamorous battle of man and machine.
Heritage orchestra’s Blade Runner concert was the best concert in ages.
A different audience and a worthy afternoon with visiting Moscow soloists.
A program typo was the most notable part of this concert.
Vladimir Ashkenazy, conducting the Sydney Symphony was all about the Walton.
Ensemble Theatre's latest production of David Williamson's Happiness doesn't break new ground, but will strike a chord with some.
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