Onstage Dating: a comedy about intimacy and power dynamics

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Anne-Marie Peard

After several seasons of her live art comedy, Bron Batten has realised the show says more about how men behave with women than about the vulnerability of dating.

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Bron Batten and a date play Twister in Onstage Dating. Image credit: Theresa Harrison Photography.

About the author

Anne-Marie Peard has been a Melbourne-based independent theatre critic, arts writer and editor since 2006. Before that, she spent many years working in festivals and arts event management in Adelaide, Perth, Canberra and Melbourne. She writes for various arts publications as well as her blog, Sometimes Melbourne. She also teaches arts journalism and criticism at Monash University, and has been a panel member for awards including the Melbourne Fringe and Green Rooms. Follow her on Twitter: @SometimesMelb