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Music
Theatre
10 months ago
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Could there really be means to replicate that same participate theatrical experience from the confines and comfort of your own home?
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Theatre
1 year ago
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Acceptance. The theme rings, echoing, space filling, lights flashing-ing and painted in big bold letters on the foreheads of each character in Emily Sheehan’s youth drama ‘Daisy Moon Was Born This Way’. But not just the sort of light-hearted teen drama acceptance you may be expecting. Daisy Moon tackles the idea of Acceptance in a...
Arts
Opera
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1 year ago
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“I like to be in America, Okay by me in Americ–”…Oh, no, wait sorry – CARMEN. Bafflingly I was distracted by how seamlessly fresh Opera Australia’s Latin American revival of John Bell’s Carmen is that I was unable to recognise it as Bizet’s clunky 150 year old opera at a glance. Often when tinkering with...
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Theatre
1 year ago
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Every Brilliant Thing makes it’s triumphant return to Belvoir after it’s acclaimed 2019 Season. I missed it then, but I promised myself I wouldn’t miss it this time around. I’m struggling to find the words that do just this production, that don’t already feature in it’s title but I can’t – it’s Brilliant. Duncan Macmillan’s...
Opera
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Theatre
1 year ago
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Fran Edwards’ re-imagining of Puccini’s La Boheme dazzles – – It’s stunning no denying it; but what we take away from this production seems to be merely no more than dazzle, not a note of anything more remains in one’s mind upon exiting the theatre. Perhaps shame on me, a mere millennial theatre critic, too...
Arts
Independent Theatre
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1 year ago
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The Peach Season is a glistening ruby in Debra Oswald’s crown of stage drama’s that give her the title ‘Queen of the Contemporary Australian Playwrights’. Artistic Director of Independent Youth Theatre Company JOPUKA, Joshua Maxwell has admired this crown for quite sometime and determined that 2019 was the year that The Peach Season was ripe...