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A quartet of original works explores bodily autonomy with mature, innovative performances.
Mona Foma and Terrapin deliver a bountiful, barmy show on a beautiful, balmy evening.
Andy Manley’s nearly wordless performance captivates young audiences, making the most of their powerful imaginations.
Abounding in energy and innovation but overall a contrary and inscrutable experience.
Queer sensibility, daring physicality, jaw-aching comedy and must-see artistry enliven the Hobart Fringe.
Handspring Puppet Company’s magical, life-size puppets return to dazzle Australian audiences – but the show veers into sentimentality.
Brisbane’s superstar circus returns home with a reminder of what human bodies can do when we keep showing up and pushing our limit
New York-based duo The Acrobuffos’ show is breathtakingly beautiful, offering delight for young and old.
A captivating story about a little-known piece of Australian history.
Opera Australia’s dynamic revival production is likely to please both opera fans and the uninitiated.
Hobart Fringe presents an endearing and imaginative family-friendly physical comedy.
This contemporary take on 16th-century English history marries witty writing with 90s girl pop.
A genuinely funny production that honours the inclusive values behind the popular film.
CDP Kids offers another engaging production for children with a fun set and energetic cast.
Bernadette Robinson’s versatile, nimble voice and Joanna Murray-Smith’s clever script bring five famous songbirds to life, as well
Inez Baranay presents in elegant prose a richly laden smorgasbord of concepts and ideas.
The dancers of Mature Artists Dance Experience show that growing older doesn’t have to be graceful with an impertinent, cliché-busting performance.
A confident, tense, two-hander that throbs with chemistry.
Double bill featuring Pushkin’s play and Rimsky-Korsakov’s opera shows that the more musical version builds on its inspiration.
Sofie Burgoyne and Tess Campbell’s cross-disciplinary work creates choreographic structures out of the embodied labour of care.
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