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Theatre
1 year ago
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Describing Unsuckle – a performance of acting and dance – is a challenge, much like the ideas it presents to its audience. A lot of the ideas it presents on motherhood; whether one should become a mother with climate change looming, the archetype of the mother in ancient times, questions on non-binary or trans parents,...
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Comedy
Independent Theatre
1 year ago
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There’s a general belief that adding any bells and whistles to Shakespeare’s plays is unnecessary. So it was with trepidation I arrived at the cozy backyard that hosted Sevenfold Theatre’s production of Much To Do About Nothing. That trepidation was unfounded, as this production (with a 21 st century coat of paint) does a great...
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Theatre
1 year ago
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Booms, puppets, cheers, and tears! – Tom Morris and Marianne Elliott’s production of the award-winning War Horse at Melbourne’s Regent Theatre was beyond spectacular with some of the best puppeteering and animatronic work for a stage production that Australia has ever seen. Within only a few weeks o the film 1917 being named film of...
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Theatre
1 year ago
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The Australian Shakespeare Company’s newest season of Hamlet, set on the lush lawns of Melbourne’s Royal Botanic Gardens, where the audience is able to revel in an outdoor setting that adds a new dimension to the ‘murder most foul’. As the summer sky darkened, so did Prince Hamlet’s breakdown of sanity. Andre De Vanny’s portrayal...
Uncategorized
3 years ago
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Now in its 28th year, Melbourne Queer Film Festival is back with a diverse line up of films from across the globe. There are 38 features, 72 short films and 14 documentaries on offer, plus Q&As, workshops and celebrations of queerness. MQFF is continuing to support emerging queer filmmakers with a series of awards. Australian...
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3 years ago
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Ego Jacket is a term once coined by Kylie Minoque, and quoted by Michael Hutchinson. A phrase that, according to performer Phillip Lee Curtis, “allows a way for performers to hide their insecurities and to almost put on a brave face.” Preparing for the opening of his show of the same name, Curtis had time...
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4 years ago
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Adventures are always fun – especially those adventures which allow you to think critically and explore your own city in ways that you hadn’t considered previously. Enter Outside: The Cloud, an engaging and fun game that started on January the 23rd and will run until the 26th of March. The game channels The Amazing Race...
News
4 years ago
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What if a chemical weapon was secretly tested on a major city? What if artificial intelligence could spread like a virus? What if human life was slowly being replaced from within? In early 2016, an artificial intelligence was accidentally unleashed onto the Internet – and into the physical world, via highly advanced nanotechnology that can...
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4 years ago
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Lion is an Australian production based upon Saroo Brierley’s memoir ‘A Long Way Home’. Directed by relative newcomer Garth Davis and written for the screen by Luke Davies (Candy), the film has strong footing in both Australia and India, but was produced by Aussie filmmakers. Based on true events, Lion follows Saroo (Sunny Pawar) as...
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6 years ago
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Let’s face it, Australia doesn’t really do Halloween, and we sure as hell don’t do Thanksgiving. Not that Thanksgiving really makes sense in America – it’s like, let’s eat a lot of food because we screwed over a lot of Native Americans, amirite Australians? So let’s look at our Australian holiday calendar. It goes: New...