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John Sheehan moves toward a more abstracted visual language.
An incisive portrait of twenty-something disaffection.
NEXT WAVE: A daily series of provocations from artists, key thinkers and our international curators-in-residence, including coffee and good conversation.
MUSICA VIVA: Young, glamorous and very French, Trio Dali are taking the chamber music world by storm.
NEXT WAVE: A thoughtful, playful, evocative and transformative live art experience centred around and upon Melbourne’s Yarra River.
S.H. ERVIN GALLERY: The annual alternative Archibald & Wynne Prize Selection continues to reflect Australia’s wide spectrum of contemporary art practise.
SONY: Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones return to their roles as members of a secret agency charged with maintaining the balance between Earth’s human and alien populations.
KING STREET THEATRE: This world premiere about a colonial Australian serial killer is written with delightful wit and Victorian ornateness.
LA MAMA: Originally written as a gift for her family, Bethany Simons’ play is a faded portrait of country life told through one woman’s stories of war times, local dances, and homemade sausage rolls.
SHARMILL FILMS: Hosted by Ira Glass, a live concert version of this much-loved public radio program is about to screen in selected Australian cinemas.
NEXT WAVE: Circus artist Skye Gellman uses an iPhone app to lead an audience through his innovative and thoroughly fun new work.
HUMAN RIGHTS ARTS & FILM FESTIVAL: Tomer Heymann’s documentary is a deeply personal portrait of a family caught between loyalty and personal freedom.
THE OWL & THE PUSSYCAT: This one-woman show is a nicely rounded piece of theatre that contrasts modern dating dilemmas with the portrayals of love in the novels of Jane Austen.
NEXT WAVE: Daniel Santangeli’s post-apocalyptic museum of civilisation ropes in its audience to create a melancholy, humorous and thoroughly enjoyable live art work.
CARRIAGEWORKS: An astonishing piece of physical theatre about the preservation of our fragile planet.
THE NEW THEATRE: Sydney playwright Melita Rowston takes us on a fast-paced, acerbic Gen X ride that drags the ‘lost child’ of Australian myth into the 21st century.
FORTYFIVEDOWNSTAIRS: Laurence Strangio’s interpretation of Chekhov aspires to sweeping grandeur but doesn’t quite make the distance, with its mismatched cast and logistical failings taking a toll on the production.
PERTH INTERNATIONAL COMEDY FESTIVAL: All singing, all dancing puppets for grownups fill the stage as well as the heart, with genuine laughs throughout.
THE AUSTRALIAN SHAKESPEARE COMPANY: Directed by Glenn Elston, this new production is set in a filmic style and uses live cameras, visuals and AV.
NEXT WAVE: A cross between Wall Street and Lord of the Flies, this intense work explores the consequences of power turned in on itself in an uncivilised world.
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