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High energy variety entertainment, showcasing the strong talents of all performers in a variety show with a clever narrative arc.
A stellar production of this demanding, thought-provoking play that confronts issues which are still extremely relevant today.
ArtsHub’s Performing Arts Editor Richard Watts dives into the opening weekend of Australia's largest arts festival, Adelaide Fringe.
A most delightful revival of this ever popular ABBA musical.
Offbeat comedy in an offbeat venue; random musings shared with impish good humour.
Enthralling tale of a personal boom and bust, with a coda descent into madness, presented with technical panache and vibrant live music.
"Comedy" that goes behind the scenes to reveal the art form is no laughing matter.
Haunting immersive theatre with comforting, humorous, thought-provoking and confronting personal responses to a Shakespearean concept.
Drama, laughter and perhaps a strange symmetry between worlds and people who at first seem so far apart.
Though occasionally earnest, Inua Ellams’ charming play has wit and heart in abundance.
There is no arguing that repeated standing ovations captured the audience’s response to Opera Australia’s Carmen, which was rolled out again this week.
Sondheim's Follies from National Theatre Live perfectly presented.
A personal and hilarious foray into the highly relatable rollercoaster ride of pregnancy and early parenthood.
Meditative and meticulously constructed, the slow, sparse nature of this Taiwanese production may prove difficult for some.
Skilfully executed, audacious and deeply personal circus from a 22-strong collective.
Direct and honest exploration of personal identity, cultural conflicts and responsibility for calling out bigotry.
Interactive theatre can be a special treat, and so much more so when it’s done well.
A hilarious reworking of the Ten Commandments that really makes you think.
The proposition is that to look forward is to look back.
"Hir" presents a continuation of Taylor Mac’s ferocious articulation of the post-patriarchal spirit.
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