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Often I Find That I Am Naked
Written by Adrienne Gross   
Sunday, 11 September 2011 09:41
Often I Find That I Am Naked
Where are you at in your dating life? Trawling through nightclubs, or settled down with Mr/Mrs Good Enough? Unless you’ve had the luck of finding ‘The One’ on your first date, then we’ve all had those cringe-worthy ‘what was I thinking’ moments.
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2011 Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow
Written by Adrienne Gross   
Saturday, 28 May 2011 16:48
2011 Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow
Grab the scarf and head out on the town, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow held annually at the Canberra Theatre is always worth leaving the comfort of a fireside sofa.
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My Imaginary Family | Grahame Bond
Written by Adrienne Gross   
Thursday, 17 March 2011 18:40
My Imaginary Family | Grahame Bond
My Imaginary Family is a living memoir performed solo by Grahame Bond with rich reminiscences to past Australian comedy television and theatre performances.
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Look Back in Anger | Paris Hat
Written by Trevar Alan Chilver   
Friday, 18 February 2011 06:42
Look Back in Anger | Paris Hat
This is an opportunity to experience a first-rate performance of a play that was pivotal in the development of modern theatre.
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Blood Brothers - The Musical
Written by Trevar Alan Chilver   
Friday, 08 July 2011 00:56
Blood Brothers - The Musical

The story is shocking at times, light-hearted and even funny at others, and it boasts a strong humanity throughout.
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I Am My Own Wife | Tasmanian Theatre Company
Written by Adrienne Gross   
Thursday, 19 May 2011 18:23
I Am My Own Wife | Tasmanian Theatre Company
The underlying question through I Am My Own Wife is how on earth did an overt transvestite survive Nazi Germany and Stasi-rife East Berlin?
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42nd Street | Canberra Philharmonic Society
Written by Trevar Alan Chilver   
Thursday, 10 March 2011 23:27
42nd Street | Canberra Philharmonic Society
Erindale was alive tonight with Philo's opening of 42nd Street. The froth and bubble of Broadway is generous if not really enlightening, and the cast delivered a fine performance of a quaint old musical.
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Lies, Love and Hitler | CADA
Written by Trevar Alan Chilver   
Friday, 19 November 2010 06:43
Lies, Love and Hitler | CADA
How often have you wanted to have one of your heroes sit on your shoulder and tell you how to make decisions about your life?
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