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Cons Spire | Judith Wright Centre
Written by Erin White   
Friday, 02 March 2007 03:01
Con's Spire
It seems no-one loves a conspiracy more than Errol Bray. His long Australian theatrical career has evidently led him to a place of cheerful cynicism about the state of our world.
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Short and Sweet
Written by Sarah Doyle   
Tuesday, 27 February 2007 09:01
Short and Sweet
Short & Sweet offers a good opportunity for theatre dramatists to have their work seen by the general public, to be validated as artists, to practice and grow in their craft.
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Laughing At Gravity Tour | CircusOZ
Written by Amanda Tyler   
Sunday, 25 February 2007 17:15
Laughing At Gravity
Circus Oz is a rough, raw, feisty and cheeky show of brilliant Aussie talent which appeals to a multi-generational audience. Naughty enough to be a thrill for the parents and cute enough for the kids to screech with laughter - which they did.
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Matthew Bournes Swan Lake
Written by Selma Nadarajah   
Sunday, 25 February 2007 03:18
Swan Lake
Swan Lake is a bold, dynamic and clever interpretation. Bourne throws in elements of jazz, modern dance, Latin (including an energetic paso doble set to Tchaikovsky’s Spanish Dance) as well as ballroom and folk.
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The Messiah | HotHouse Theatre
Written by Jan Chandler   
Thursday, 01 March 2007 13:37
The Messiah
This is a highly comic and eccentric re-telling of the Nativity story produced by an amateur theatre company of three! Be ready for some segues back and forth in time, visual and verbal comedy, a touch of opera and some impressive sound effects including kookaburras and possums!
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A Midsummer Nights Dream | Australian Shakespeare Company
Written by Jessica Thomson   
Sunday, 25 February 2007 19:14
A Midsummer Nights Dream
With its somersaulting ‘acro-fairies’, a punch-up between leading ladies Hermia and Helena, and a completely manic Puck inclined to moon the audience at whim, this is one revved up, madcap production of what is arguably Shakepeare’s best-loved comedy.
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Ground Elastic Sound | Dead Horse Ensemble
Written by Darryl Emmerson   
Sunday, 25 February 2007 05:20
Ground Elastic Sound
The group uses electronic and recorded, as well as live music, and gives some importance to visual design and staging. This wide-ranging perspective certainly lends considerable interest to its performances, but the results are mixed.
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A Midsummer Nights Dream | RAW-EM Theatre Co
Written by Jack Teiwes   
Saturday, 24 February 2007 09:49
A Midsummer Nights Dream
Nothing quite adds a sense of reality to a “night in the woods” like a diegetic thrum of real cicadas. At one point a chorus of kookaburras struck up, as if perfectly on cue to provide a fanfare for Titania’s entrance!
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