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For Melbourne Fringe's VCR Fest, Joel Bray adapts his multi award-winning Fringe hit for the screen with 'Biladurang 2.0.'
As a response to the Covid-19 lockdown, Musica Viva is presenting an online concert program, the Discover series. The first in the series was a modest live-streamed chamber music concert, with accordion and cello, offered memorable moments.
An intimate recital of early classical works from the Melbourne Digital Concert Hall.
A kaleidoscope of intersecting voices, images, themes and motifs and an extraordinary feat of collaboration for which all involved must be congratulated.
This short series for preschoolers incorporates fine and gross motor skills, Auslan, shape recognition, singing, dancing and musical terms in each episode.
A play about anxious masculinity that isn't short on tragic humour.
In these times of compulsory virus lock-down, performing arts companies across the globe have hit the airways and social media.
This recording conveys the sumptuous detail and stunning power of the live production.
A thought-provoking and fascinating experience on many levels.
Sydney Chamber Opera creates a riveting online experience with works by four female composers.
With concert halls closed for the foreseeable future, the MSO is presenting livestream and pre-recorded concerts online.
Set in Far North Queensland, this comedy written by Laurie Trott was the perfect play to open the Bulmba-ja Arts Centre.
Saigon captures the way in which the diaspora is obsessed with its grief and dispossessed of its past.
Far from static, this grand Verdi opera is full of revenge, massive sets, feuding, and is brought to life with digital projections and live horses on stage.
This one-woman show is a politically charged and seductive performance, wrapped up in the innocence of a fairytale.
David Williamson’s hilarious 1987 satire receives a rip-roaring revival by Melbourne Theatre Company and Sam Strong.
Folds travels the geography of the piano at high speed, contributing convincing grabs of colour, spidery finger flurries and gliss
Both sumptuous and ascetic, Samsara is a contemporary dance duet that embodies the best elements of India and China’s special relationship.
An intriguing, highly elliptical account of Penelope's experience of waiting for her husband, Odysseus, to return from the Trojan War.
Kieran Hurley’s thrilling drama interrogates poverty porn clichés, the rules of playwriting, and asks who has the right to tell whose stories – especially when such stories cross class divides.
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