Theatre review: How Do I Let You Die?, Arts House
Michele Lee’s autobiographical tale of Hmong parents, death and ghosts raises intriguing questions, which resonate with the migrant experience.
Book review: The Flirtation of Girls/Ghazal el-Banat, Sara M Saleh
A debut collection of poetry navigating the lives of Arab-Australian Muslim women.
Theatre review: The Seagull, Roslyn Packer Theatre
A contemporary version of Chekhov's famous play shows 'The Seagull' has lost none of its relevance.
Exhibition review: Louise Bourgeois, Art Gallery of NSW
The largest exhibition of Louise Bourgeois' work ever seen in Australia.
Exhibition review: Deep inside my heart, NGA
The NGA's collection show has oomph and demonstrates the importance of collecting lineages.
Theatre review: Vampire Lesbians of Sodom, fortyfivedownstairs
A night of queer spectacle jam-packed with laughs and all things camp.
Performance review: A Christmas Carol, Comedy Theatre
'A Christmas Carol' returns after a triumphant run last year, this time with Owen Teale as Scrooge.
Theatre Review: Dirty Birds, Heath Ledger Theatre, WA
'Dirty Birds' explores the off-centre symmetry of sisterhood in a context of anxious absurdity.
Music review: Chopin and the Mendelssohns, Adelaide Town Hall
The Australian Chamber Orchestra made fine music with pianist Polina Leschenko.
Theatre review: A Very Jewish Christmas Carol, Southbank Theatre
A repurposing of Dickens' classic tale with a gingerbread golem and a miser called Scroogavitz.