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The door of karma never closes. Such is the main theme of White Snake, one of China’s most famous folk tales, as retold by director Giacomo Ravicchio and brought to life by a stellar cast from Shanghai Dramatic Arts Centre (SDAC).
Queensland Symphony Orchestra’s performance, barely visible with the musicians and conductor (Sarah Hicks) lit in blue beneath the giant screen, was amazing.
In this co-production from Black Swan State Theatre Company and Queensland Theatre, love and loss are explored in a riveting performance that pulls out all the stops.
Cath Styles has invited around a few of her comedic besties and they’re having an open party every night, with everyone invited.
Set in a regional Australian pub in 1989, Jim Cartwright’s play Two is almost an anthology, containing no pronounced core narrative, but rather as a showcase for two actors to show their versatility as they double-up in a succession of several...
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