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Belvoir, State Theatre Company and the cream of Australian acting combine in Brian Friel’s Faith Healer, the latest production in State Theatre Company South Australia’s 2018 season.
A rare outing of a problematic yet effervescent American operetta.
The latest NORPA production draws on road movies and horror movies to explore the fine line between finding yourself and losing yourself in the hinterland.
Free finger puppets is a ripper way to start a show, so sitting there with puppets on fingers, the audience was primed and ready to go.
Melodrome is a novella that hovers between fantasy and realism.
Stretton was convinced that decision-makers should work towards greater equality for everyone at all levels.
Inspired, hate-filled, shocking, yet necessary hilarity from Mary Leunig.
Hidden secrets, family traditions, and a great cast.
This is a delightful, well constructed and unconventional murder mystery.
This production is gentle and respectful with a soft-spoken empathy that gives the viewer consent to add their voice to the strength we are gifted by the outspeaking of the women and men in the underlying narrative.
David Graeber makes an historical, sociological and anthropological critique on late-stage capitalism.
After a heavy-handed opening act, Alpha blossoms into a familiar but effective man-and-mutt adventure.
Kill All Normies explores the short but influential history of online culture and its sway over politics, culture and education.
A courageous and necessary autobiographical work that takes a look at human fragility, vulnerability and the taboo of abortion.
This book is a penetrating report by Bob Woodward about the current president of the USA, Donald Trump.
A powerful piece of contemporary dance that flirts with potentially heavy-handed imagery but never succumbs to the obvious or the banal.
A derivative family-friendly haunted house film that merely scares up the expected.
Charles Sturt University’s Theatre/Media studies students have wowed audiences once again with two new ‘Sprung Festival’ productions – In Between and Sexpectations.
STALKER THE MUSICAL. It’s an arresting title. Slightly misleading though and the audience’s disambiguation of the word is all part of the fun because the show is secretly about love and the inescapability of attraction.
Impressions of three very different events at this year’s Brisbane Festival, ranging from a homage to horror and a retelling of First Peoples’ legends, to a new variety show.
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