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The Hitmen is a grotesque comedy with a quirky Australian flavour.
Technically adept and visually striking, this Belgian production uses miniature sets, live video editing and the performers’ fingers to bring an array of stories to life in an intricate handmade world.
Inventive puppetry tells a story of environmental collapse in a family-friendly show that ventures into bleak territory.
Exquisitely written and performed, this drama about identity, gender, faith and science is mesmerising and utterly of the moment.
An enjoyable version of Shakespeare’s plot-heavy potboiler moves the action to 1920s Hong Kong and 1970s Australia.
Modern-day social media spiritual guru The Truru returns in another satire.
Selby & Friends takes the audience to Vienna and St Petersburg in a superb season opener.
Mallika Sarabhai’s mixed-media performance is a call to action against injustice everywhere.
Rich in symbolism, doom and hope, you live through the cycle of life and death at the hands of Romeo Castellucci in his rethink of Mozart’s iconic Requiem.
An inclusive blend of hip-hop and spoken word that will get you moving.
Margaret Leng Tan cuts a figure of elegance, grace and ferocity in this blend of piano, storytelling and projection art.
Vietnamese Bamboo Circus’s stunning show embeds impressive physical skills in a vivid, cohesive narrative.
Joseph Sherman’s play is a brave, outstanding work that confronts the experience of Alzheimer’s.
An empathetic production about a community almost never seen onstage.
Asia TOPA presents a high-energy musical delight with extraordinary use of video.
Powerful, riveting, and deserving of wider recognition.
Just as Beethoven’s Ninth blends instrumental music and choral music to thrilling effect, so too the fusion of orchestral music with contemporary circus.
Despite a strong cast, the emotional resonance of Winton’s epic story is buried in the bluster.
Broadway fantasy meets wartime socialist activism to mixed success.
A joyful and irreverent night of queer and Asian comedy.
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