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A close examination of love and quantum mechanics that will have you pondering the delicate nature of human relationships.
Sit back, open your heart, and go on an incredible journey.
Five performers offered distinctive, poignant takes on womanhood on a cosy winter night.
Bell Shakespeare’s new production is a uniquely Australian interpretation with something profound to say.
A period rom-com that celebrates the mess and magic of theatre.
Peta Hanrahan’s adaptation showcases Woolf’s insight and wit but doesn’t move the conversation forward.
A genre-bending show that explores the narrative of colonialism, culture and connection with humour.
Free-Rain Theatre Company’s production captures the joy of the Broadway musical.
A satisfying and well-crafted production that falls short of making a splash.
Opera Australia has premiered its first new work in nearly a decade, and it’s quintessentially Australian, both in subject and tone, but does it capture the spirit of artist Brett Whiteley?
The four-day program fosters inclusive art and new possibilities.
A fitting farewell to a very popular Principal Conductor.
Gary Abraham’s production brings alive a mesmerising and thrilling Mancunian urban dystopia.
Sarah Grochala’s dark and gritty production could go further in terms of immersion.
Newcastle artist Lyndal Campbell dealt with her fast-approaching exhibition deadline by moving into the gallery.
Sam Wang’s solo show is a hilarious and nostalgic thrill ride through time and pop culture.
A picturesque, experimental production that doesn’t shy away from Lewis Carroll’s darker side.
A timely exploration of a particular kind of maleness that entertains even as its protagonist hurtles towards the abyss.
Dutch dance artist Frank van de Ven is joined by Tasmanian performers and musicians in an intriguing collaboration.
A sex-positive and playful cabaret about life as a bisexual woman.
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