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WE ARE LIGHTNING! - Arts House, North Melbourne
WE ARE LIGHTNING! Photo by Bryony Jackson Welcome to the final night of the Town Hall, a live-music
venue that’s about to be replaced by an apartment building or a hotel or some
kind of progress that feels more like the loss of art and soul. WE ARE LIGHTNIN...
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Sydney: Theatre & Exhibitions
Muriel's Wedding  - Sydney Theatre Company Photo:Lisa Tomasetti I was in Sydney last weekend for a few days to see theatre,
catch up with friends, have a meeting and visit a couple of galleries. Robert Mapplethorpe:
The Perfect Medium – Art Gallery of NSW “...
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Melbourne Fringe: Appropriate Kissing for All Occasions
Reaction Theatre have coupled a great pair of short plays by
David Finnigan and Isab Martinez about the intimacy of kissing. The first play, to
heat you up and cool you down , is set at rush hour in a cheap café. Two
waitresses are run off their feet, their...
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Melbourne Fringe: The Vagina Monologues
Eve Ensler’s 1996 play, The
Vagina Monologues , has been described as one of the most important pieces
of political theatre ever devised. It has been produced thousands of times
around the world and led to the creation of a non-profit movement that has
rais...
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Melbourne Fringe: The Basement Tapes
A young woman is alone, cleaning out her late grandmother’s
basement. Immersed in the flotsam and jetsam of furniture, nick nacks and tapes
she left behind, the woman hears a recording that exposes a family secret. The Basement Tapes is the work of New Zeal...
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Melbourne Fringe: Traps – A Romantic Comedy for the Modern Sociopath
Three characters struggle to tell their own stories, while
the narrator laments the fact he has no character at all. Stephanie works for and is
in love with vet, Joe. Joe still lives with his mother and she’s never happy.
Julia has accidentally shot her dog...
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Melbourne Fringe: The Nose
Kovalev has lost his nose but worse than that, his nose has
taken on a life of its own. Based on Nikolai Gogol’s short story, The Bloomshed’s
new show is a satire on capitalism, beauty and class. Here, though, Kovalev is the head of the Disney Corporation,
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Melbourne Fringe: Title and Deed
A man alone on stage; bright lights illuminate him and us. We
see the remnants of other lives here, other plays and the man addresses us
directly, a clump of people listening to his story. He breaks the fourth wall,
he transgresses and tells us in detail ab...
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Melbourne Fringe: Ophelia’s Inner Monologue
Ari is an aspiring actor, looking to audition for a role in Hamlet . She’s not interested in any of the
female parts, though. She is going to walk into that audition room and nail
the Prince of Denmark. Or Claudius. Or, at least, the ghost of Hamlet’s fathe...
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Melbourne Fringe: The One
Marriage. It’s at the centre of public debate here in
Australia. And The One is the second
of Jeffrey Jay Fowler’s shows I’ve seen with a wedding at its centre, after Fag/Stag in 2015. Where the wedding of a high school sweetheart was the catalyst
to examin...
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