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Sherlock Holmes. Image is a grey-haired middle aged man in a gold brocade smoking jacket.

Performance review: Sherlock Holmes: The Last Act, Adelaide Fringe Festival

A one-man performance channelling arguably the world's most famous detective.


Theatre review: The Lewis Trilogy, Griffin Theatre

A trilogy of plays by Louis Nowra is a mixed bag of treats.

Future Cargo. Two figures in silver bodysuits moving across a panel.

Performance review: Future Cargo, Adelaide Fringe Festival

Alien arrivals distinguish a mesmerising dance performance.

Billy Fogarty, a non-binary actor, performing on stage. Image is a performer downstage in a black top and black hat, with one hand on their hip and the other touching their lower neck. Behind them in the background is a figure in dark trousers and a light shirt.

New possibilities: casting and training non-binary actors

The industry and training institutions are rushing to keep up with a softening of gender binaries.

Three people are hanging out of a yellow car, which has cut-off panels. Stunt Double.

Theatre review: Stunt Double, Perth Festival

Inside the filming of a 1970s Aussie action flick – with cast, crew, stunt doubles and volunteers.


Performance review: The Wharf Revue: Pride in Prejudice, Union Theatre

In its 25th year, The Wharf Revue is a well-oiled production, but the writing has a few hiccups. 

Seven figures are submerged in a pool. They are all lined up in one lane looking towards the side of the pool.

Performance review: The Pool, Perth Festival

A site-specific location makes this poolside production an innovative treat.

Mutiara, Marrugeku. Perth Festival. A dancer in silhouette in front of a curtain of ropes.

Dance review: Mutiara, Perth Festival

Dance storytelling inspired by Broome’s pearling industry.

The Jungle Book Reimagined. Image is a group of actors on a stage with a backdrop lit blue. They are stretching and crouching, playing jungle animals.

Performance review: Jungle Book reimagined, Perth Festival

A dystopian-tinged dance interpretation of Kipling's classic work.

A woman stands on stage against a black backdrop wearing a short black and red tasselled costumer with long red gloves. She is laughing and grimacing and standing next to a sandwich board.

Performance review: Endhoe, FRINGE WORLD, WA

A comedic exploration of endometriosis, one of the world's most painful diseases.

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