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Hobart Fringe presents an endearing and imaginative family-friendly physical comedy.
This contemporary take on 16th-century English history marries witty writing with 90s girl pop.
A genuinely funny production that honours the inclusive values behind the popular film.
CDP Kids offers another engaging production for children with a fun set and energetic cast.
Bernadette Robinson’s versatile, nimble voice and Joanna Murray-Smith’s clever script bring five famous songbirds to life, as well
Inez Baranay presents in elegant prose a richly laden smorgasbord of concepts and ideas.
The dancers of Mature Artists Dance Experience show that growing older doesn’t have to be graceful with an impertinent, cliché-busting performance.
A confident, tense, two-hander that throbs with chemistry.
Double bill featuring Pushkin’s play and Rimsky-Korsakov’s opera shows that the more musical version builds on its inspiration.
Sofie Burgoyne and Tess Campbell’s cross-disciplinary work creates choreographic structures out of the embodied labour of care.
Put your fear of missing out into gear and get to this. Rock and roll is dead but punk rock lives.
Adam Simmons and the Australian Chinese Music Ensemble offer an intimate exploration of the craft and beauty in a musical life.
NICA students and Gavin Marshall deliver a sophisticated, contemporary circus work.
Forty years since the company first performed under a big top in Albury, the Flying Fruit Fly Circus return to Hovell Tree Park in a showcase of energy, skill and exuberance.
A thrilling success hampered by an unsatisfactory acoustic.
Despite some heavy-handed religious imagery, this Opera Australia production is emotionally moving and a treat for the eyes and ears.
Based on research, but claiming artistic license, Alice Bishop’s new play explores the life of an eccentric and unusual would-be assassin.
Four innovative young choreographers create new dance works on members of the Sydney Dance Company, resulting in riveting moments of almost magically achieved movement.
Frahm creates a musical world in which any sound is possible: an explosion of choral singing, a robotic chittering, metallic flurries or horns singing whale song.
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