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Resident Alien | fortyfivedownstairs
Written by Diane Stubbings   
Friday, 27 May 2016 12:11

Resident Alien | fortyfivedownstairs

Paul Capsis is a national treasure, and anyone who saw his solo piece Angela’s Kitchen will know he can carry a show. He is, purely and simply, the best thing about this production.

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Follies in Concert | Storeyboard Entertainment
Written by Vito Mattarelli   
Wednesday, 25 May 2016 10:49

Follies in Concert | Storeyboard Entertainment

The music has always been what people remember and want to hear, so it's little wonder that concert versions have proved popular around the world, and kept this gem of a show alive. 

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The Inaugural Annual Dance Affair | True North
Written by Catherine Della Bosca   
Sunday, 22 May 2016 17:39

The Inaugural Annual Dance Affair

Ladies and Gentlemen. No dance experience necessary. Must revel in a sense of community and be prepared to find themselves in an engine room for romance. House Band, Meat Tray and Supper on offer. Emcee, “Mints Bitch” and “Bellboy” included in ticket price.

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The Trolleys | Playlovers Theatre
Written by Dylan James   
Saturday, 21 May 2016 17:28

The Trolleys | Playlovers Theatre

Written specifically for a young cast, but offering challenging themes against a dystopian backdrop, The Trolleys is neither the stuff of crowd-pleasing youth theatre or the kind of edgy show used to break up a repertory season.

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In Search of Owen Roe | La Mama
Written by Liza Dezfouli   
Wednesday, 25 May 2016 14:18

In Search of Owen Roe | La Mama

O’Neill pays homage to her father, an Alzheimer’s sufferer, and ties in the above with stories of her ancestor Owen Roe, who led a rebellion against the English in the 1640s, as well as stories of her romantic life and motherhood.

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The Taming of the Shrew | Sport For Jove
Written by Richard Cotter   
Monday, 23 May 2016 08:16

The Taming of the Shrew | Sport For Jove

In this big, bold, inventive and innovative production of The Taming of the Shrew, license has been taken with Will’s quill, with Shakespeare’s Shrew shaken into a sea shanty, a silent film melodrama, and a silly arse farce, but the dizzying discipline on show from the entire ensemble keeps the engine of the narrative and plot at full steam.

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The Glass Menagerie | Malthouse Theatre
Written by Diane Stubbings   
Sunday, 22 May 2016 14:57

The Glass Menagerie | Malthouse Theatre

This is a deeply intelligent reading of a classic play, one that manages to be both contemporary and of its own time; a memory play that is (as playwright Tennessee Williams intended it to be) a ‘penetrating and vivid expression of things as they are’.

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Heathers The Musical
Written by Catherine Della Bosca   
Friday, 20 May 2016 16:04

Heathers The Musical

To quote Veronica Sawyer “Lick it up baby. Lick it up.” And that’s exactly what the audience did at Heathers The Musical, currently playing at the Arts Centre Melbourne.

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