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The aesthetically stylish production is strongest when it departs from realism.
MTC has managed to pull off an intriguing, optimistic rom com that succeeds in both the romance and the comedy.
Charles Sturt University’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream revels in the incongruity and farcicality of lovers and couplings.
A soundscape, brand new quartet and two classics.
The Production Company should be applauded for attempting to broaden their artistic horizons with this risk-taking yet woefully unsuccessful production.
In the age of #MeToo, Ivo van Hove’s adaptation of the Hollywood classic feels dated despite splendid performances.
Alana Valentine’s new play is a thought-provoking exploration of fatphobia with a snappy, moving script.
CO:3’s latest production is a passionate exposition of historical injustice through contemporary dance.
A rapturous affirmation of life, love, and opera, with surprisingly contemporary themes.
Opera Australia’s production is a beautiful escape for the soul and the senses.
Highly visual and physically engaging, this absurd clown show quickly became a buzz around Hobart.
Touring performance is a magical celebration of Greek culture and the life of composer Mikis Theodorakis.
A conceptual performance results from playful collaboration between three strong voices.
With 20 fingers, 15 composers, and 15 artworks, ZOFOMOMA is a creative and jubilant spectacle.
There’s plenty to get your teeth into in this ambitious and confronting work from Joel Bray.
Q44’s production is an intelligent, witty account of sabotage and arrogance in the professional arena.
Cracked is a powerful and thought-provoking look inside our criminal justice system from an exciting new voice.
Cathedral of Sound offered a program of two marvellous soundscapes of the highest standard.
Excellent dancing brings credit to this massive collaborative production of the 1877 ballet.
At its best, this triple bill celebrating Sydney Dance Company’s 50th anniversary is bold, inventive, joyous and memorable.
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