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Leskes Method | La Mama
Written by Nic Velissaris   
Friday, 04 May 2007 12:41
Leske's Method
Leske’s Method is an evening of three short plays presented by Fractured Femur Theatre at La Mama.
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Mirage | Igneous
Written by Bree Hadley   
Thursday, 03 May 2007 06:07
Mirage

Dancer James Cunningham uses a combination of dance and data projection to draw the audience into a strange new perceptual space.

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Bombshells | Perth Theatre Company
Written by Anna Locke   
Monday, 30 April 2007 09:56
Bombshells
Over the course of the night, the audience is introduced to a frazzled mother and a bride to be, a cactus loving wife and a widow, a teenage wannabe star and a fading singer
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Sista She And The House Of The Holy Bootay
Written by Stephanie Glickman   
Sunday, 29 April 2007 09:17
Sista She And The House Of The Holy Bootay
Sista She was in the house. And it certainly wasn’t a house that one would normally find a feminist comedic hip hop duo.
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A History of Motion Pictures | La Mama
Written by Nic Velissaris   
Friday, 04 May 2007 12:39
A History of Motion Pictures
Frank Bren’s A History of Motion Pictures is a fast and furious theatrical shadow play of films and film-making in the early twentieth century, that rockets along at a great rate like an early silent film.
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Rusalka | Opera Australia
Written by Darryl Emmerson   
Monday, 30 April 2007 12:35
Rusalka
Opera Australia this year presents Dvorak’s Rusalka, a work rarely staged in this country and a welcome departure from the standard Italian or German repertoire.
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Krishnans Dairy | Indian Ink Theatre Company
Written by Ursula Beaumont   
Monday, 30 April 2007 07:35
Krishnan's Dairy
The multiple strands of the piece are deftly woven into a comprehensive and engaging story that catches the audience’s laughter with sighs of sadness.
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Self Esteem | Wharf2loud
Written by Selma Nadarajah   
Saturday, 28 April 2007 10:50
Self Esteem
Taking a stab at Australian apathy and self-deprecation is Brendan Cowell’s bold new black comedy, Self-Esteem.
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