Arts
Independent Theatre
Theatre
1 year ago
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83
The Meeting Points series is an ongoing artistic project that pits styles that would not normally be expected to even be aware of each other onstage. Hand To Earth is very clearly in this genre – it would not normally strike many, I am sure, to have a Korean jazz vocalist paired up with an...
Arts
Music
Review
1 year ago
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73
Packed to the rafters, Homophonic! was clearly the place to be on that hot Melbourne night. A mixture of good music with audience participation (more on that later), the show as touching and at the same time educational, highlighting the “straight-washing” that exists in classical music (something which, from my own experiences as well as...
Review
5 years ago
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48
If you’re after a quirky show that is fun – and filled with great music – then Michelle Brasier’s “Space Tortoise” is the show for you. Although it’s probably not the show for everyone. In the interest of full disclosure, the author was 10 minutes late, so I missed the opening moments of the performance,...
Review
6 years ago
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57
Sammy J & Randy are pretty famous. One of them is a tall, lanky blond man and the other one is a purple puppet. It doesn’t affect their relationship much. They sing songs and tell jokes. After seven years of performing together, An Evening With Sammy J & Randy is their fifth Melbourne International Comedy...
Review
6 years ago
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54
Daniel Tobias is happy to be onstage. He is energetic, buoyant even, which takes the audience somewhat by surprise. “Isn’t this an autobiographical show about testicular cancer?” They think. “Shouldn’t things be a little more solemn? Why is he holding a guitar?” Tobias is holding a guitar because the Orchid and the Crow, his one...
Review
8 years ago
2
54
Review-Off is like a Sing-Off, but with opinions and critique instead of spontaneous harmonies. If you want to declare a winner, feel free. Other reviewers: Hansen I am hopelessly in love with musicals. I was in the tech crew for over a dozen musicals in high school, know a bunch of musicals backwards and forwards, review...