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Circa. Image is a group of barechested acrobats holding up another performer on a dark stage.

Performance review: Son and Wolfgang’s Magical Musical Circus, Playhouse Theatre, QPAC

A Circa double bill featuring new work from First Nations-led ensemble Circa Cairns, and a family-friendly reimagining of Mozart and…

At the End of the Land. Image is a swirling blue haze with a black circle in the middle in which stands a woman with black top and shoulder length hair.

Performance Review: At the End of the Land, PICA Performance Space, WA

A non-linear and Lynchian solo performance, with visual and aural extravagances.

Daylight Connection. Image is an Aboriginal man flanked by two Aboriginal women whoh each have a hand on his shoulder. All are wearing grey T shirts.

Theatre review: Whose gonna love ‘em? I am that i AM and Chase, Malthouse Theatre

First Nations Theatre collective A Daylight Connection presents a double bill that provokes, examines and entertains.

'Shakespeare in the Garden – A Midsummer Night’s Dream'. Image is a green leafed clad fairy atop a green leafy piece of set with a background of trees.

Theatre review: Shakespeare in the Garden – A Midsummer Night's Dream, Wollongong Botanic Garden

Merrigong Theatre Company's enchanting reimagining of Shakespeare's classic against a breathtaking natural backdrop.

'How Do I Let You Die?' by Michele Lee, performed at Arts House featuring Alice Qin. Photo: Sarah Walker.

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.

The Seagull. A young man with a bloodied bandage on his head sits with his legs drawn up to him and is embraced by an older woman in a black jumper.

Theatre review: The Seagull, Roslyn Packer Theatre

A contemporary version of Chekhov's famous play shows 'The Seagull' has lost none of its relevance.

Vampire Lesbians of Sodom. Image is a female in long black clothes sweeping another woman in what appears to be pale blue bathers off her feet. They are on a bare stage in front of a curtain.

Theatre review: Vampire Lesbians of Sodom, fortyfivedownstairs

A night of queer spectacle jam-packed with laughs and all things camp.

A Christmas Carol. Image is a darkened stage with an ensemble of Dickensian actors holding lanterns and Scrooge in a reddish dressing gown looking out through a door frame.

Performance review: A Christmas Carol, Comedy Theatre

'A Christmas Carol' returns after a triumphant run last year, this time with Owen Teale as Scrooge.

Dirty Birds. Image a large ink set of a bedroom, with two women looking out a window with their backs to us.

Theatre Review: Dirty Birds, Heath Ledger Theatre, WA

'Dirty Birds' explores the off-centre symmetry of sisterhood in a context of anxious absurdity.

A Very Jewish Christmas Carol. Image is two people standing on stage in a spotlight in front of a red curtain. One is dressed as a present, the other as a Christmas tree.

Theatre review: A Very Jewish Christmas Carol, Southbank Theatre

A repurposing of Dickens' classic tale with a gingerbread golem and a miser called Scroogavitz.

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