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Reviews/Melbourne
A nettled thicket of social critique, violently funny and hysterically violent, the theatre of Eugne Ionesco is a theatre of modern entropy.
Monday, 19 March 2007 | Read more
Reviews/Melbourne
Friday’s opening night performance marked the company’s 383rd performance of it. That’s a lot of practice at getting it right!
Monday, 19 March 2007 | Read more
Reviews/Melbourne
Joanna Murray-Smith's Love Child is a beautifully crafted play that works both on a personal and a political level, whilst never falling into preachiness.
Monday, 19 March 2007 | Read more
Reviews/Melbourne
Behind every great sporting hero “autobiography” hovering in the background is a humble ghostwriter.
Monday, 19 March 2007 | Read more
Reviews/Sydney
Cullen is something of a rarity in Australian theatre, a consummate performer who has stood by his craft without compromise.
Sunday, 18 March 2007 | Read more
Reviews/Brisbane
The mundane reality of inner city Brisbane bleeds through into a world of greater mysteries, malign spirits, and the surveillance of the Moogi Man
Saturday, 17 March 2007 | Read more
Reviews/Brisbane
A play that touches on issues of prejudice, deceit and ignorance, it does so with flair, but do not the title fool you. This is not a song-and-dance musical style show.
Saturday, 17 March 2007 | Read more
Reviews/Melbourne
Ostensibly this is a play about the resilience of humanity and its propensity to go to extremes.
Saturday, 17 March 2007 | Read more
Reviews/Sydney
Daniel Keene’s The Nightwatchman is a contemplative, elegiac piece that explores the emotional reverberations between a father and his children as he prepares to move out of the family home.
Friday, 16 March 2007 | Read more
Reviews/Sydney
Bell Shakespeare’s latest Macbeth is quality theatre, but it is something of a disappointment given the luminaries involved.
Friday, 16 March 2007 | Read more

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