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Charles Sturt University’s Theatre/Media studies students have wowed audiences once again with two new ‘Sprung Festival’ productions – In Between and Sexpectations.
Impressions of three very different events at this year’s Brisbane Festival, ranging from a homage to horror and a retelling of First Peoples’ legends, to a new variety show.
Tina Arena shines as Eva Peron.
Despite an ill leading man on opening night, this is a Grimes that Brisbane can be immensely proud of.
A rollercoaster ride of thrills and chills.
As the headline act for Charles Sturt University’s annual "Sprung Festival" – a two-week theatrical event – Schapelle, Schapelle is a sensation.
Ladies in Black is comparable to Austen in its delicacy. Read it then see the film.
Townsville’s theatre company scores a hit with a western themed outdoor Shakespearean offering.
Fresh verve matched with exceptional virtuosity.
Winner of the 2018 Miles Franklin Award, The Life to Come is an expansive story that explores the microaggressions that occur in contemporary life.
The latest exhibition at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre was two years in the making and is ambitious but sometimes disappointing.
These beautiful poems are proof that Clive James has made good use of the extra time he has been allotted.
This well acted and directed production puts forged rights on stage in an emotional and warm reminder that the parallel Australian experience has creep rather than explosion and that vigilance is required.
Small in scale but large in imagination, these 40 forms provide an overview of the best of contemporary sculptural practice from every state and territory in Australia contained in a single room.
New circus, a remounted theatre work, and a musical comedy about a talking tree: three works hint at the breadth of artistic activity present at this year’s Melbourne Fringe Festival.
Newcastle Theatre Company has again delivered a theatrical production of high quality, and their pool of actors are impressive.
The much-loved musical hits all the right notes on its return to the Sydney stage.
Luna Gale is a production which guides its audience through a journey of unreliable ethical, religious and humanist first impressions to a place of disturbing and ferocious self-reflection.
Home offers a uniquely rewarding theatre experience to those who come with an open mind.
Described as 'a bloody good yarn' by Phelps' mother, this memoir is a loving tribute to Phelps' father and grandfather.
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