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Melissa Reeves has crafted a play that speaks to modern concerns which are depressingly similar to 1882.
Jacklyn Wagner continues her documentation of the inhabitants of South Lismore, but this time joined by fellow Lismore photographer Peter Derrett.
Presented by Sharmill films, this filmed version of a theatrical production of An Ideal Husband comes to us via London’s Vaudeville Theatre.
A multimedia extravaganza: a magical vision of light with ambient tunes that further underscore the eerieness of the night.
Australian action hero Errol Flynn gets a swashbuckling but wearily cartoonish biopic based on his pre-fame days.
Despite a stellar cast, this film adaptation of Chekhov’s classic play merely hits the expected notes.
Isabel Hertaeg is terrific in a production perfect for opera fans and those new to the artform alike.
Flawlessly combining the classic with the contemporary in a rousing and memorable performance. As good as opera can get
Curated by Kentridge himself, this is a great celebration of creative engagement and its capacity to dovetail into every aspect of life.
With scissors, glue and cuttings from printed paper, Elizabeth Gower has constructed a career that turns craft traditions into high precision art.
Magic is the most incredible true story you are likely to read in a very long time.
This is a striking and deeply moving graphic novel, which uses simple drawings and few words to tell an important story.
Kevin Hart’s latest odd-couple comedy proves generic, messy and flat, with the strained result failing to earn a passing grade.
A body horror comic book origin story that’s also a buddy comedy about a guy and the creature overtaking his being.
The show is beautiful and there wasn’t a child there who didn’t seem to enjoy the performance.
Particle/Wave, set at the Planetarium in Scienceworks, is a love letter, a poem to what has been discovered in our universe, and more pointedly, what has yet to be discovered.
Wales-based NoFit State's circus show, Lexicon, opens with ruckus as spit balls are thrown about and the class runs amok.
A joyous celebration of community; a warmhearted and generous theatrical production; a clarion call about the necessity of maintaining culture.
A play about assisted dying is standard MTC fare. Johnny Carr shines.
Performance art, installation, spoken word, expressive dance and the thrill of aerial acrobatic circus made this a night to remember.
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