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Monica Byrne’s play is a subversive, feminist take on the familiar Catholic schoolgirl setting.
The first ever adaptation of Macbeth in the Noongar language of southwestern WA is ambitious, important and highly entertaining.
WA Ballet’s triple bill includes some stellar moments, alongside some clunky choices.
Expressive dancers create a beautiful sense of solidarity rooted in Ngarrindjeri culture.
A dark and clever work that produces visceral, divided responses from the audience.
A transcendent meeting of musical traditions and a superb tribute to the life and artistry of the late Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu.
Bangarra Dance Theatre’s exploration of the life of Woollarawarre Bennelong is a potent, powerful and polished work of art.
New Balance is a tender, insightful and intelligent look at the collective experiences of what it is to be queer.
Life getting messy doesn’t begin to capture this web of intrigue.
West Australian Symphony Orchestra’s program takes the audience on a romantic trail through various countries and eras.
A weighty, admirable yet bleak work for the end of days.
Brisbane Immersive Ensemble presents a whimsical reinterpretation of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Selina Jenkins’s mastectomy musical is a tender journey to the chest of one’s dreams.
Highlights of 2020 Fringe World include visual arts with machine learning and creative responses to mental health challenges.
Promenade performance in Guerrilla Fest presents diverse experiences of homelessness in Perth.
Opera Australia’s revival run of Sir David McVicar’s production is part revelatory – and part not.
A deliciously camp version of the Noël Coward play, direct to Australian screens from the London stage.
There are moments of gentle humour and intimacy in this production but the story is indulgent and implausible.
An absorbing and intimate new Australian musical exploring long-distance love.
What starts as a funny and relatable exposé of middle-class hypocrisy becomes uncomfortably screamy, shouty and stereotypical.
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