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Friday, October 20, 2017

On the Couch with Ian Cleworth by Arts Review

Who is Ian Cleworth? Married, father of two boys… young men, actually, as I’m a grandfather-to-be sometime in the next 2 or 3 weeks! Plus, musician, composer, teacher, and Artistic Direc…

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I Am My Own Wife by Arts Review

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and Tony Award for Best Play, Black Swan State Theatre Company presents the WA premiere of Doug Wright’s I Am My Own Wife, currently playing at t…

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Additional Cast announced for The Rocky Horror Show by Arts Review

Give yourself over to absolute pleasure, and do the Time Warp again, as the producers of the world’s favourite rock and roll musical, Richard O’Brien’s The Rocky Horror Show announc…

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Arthur Streeton: Blue and Gold by Arts Review

Celebrating Arthur Streeton’s contribution to the formation of an Australian identity, a new exhibition at the heritage South Australian property, Carrick Hill, Arthur Streeton: Blue and…

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Thursday, October 19, 2017

Your Diva Needs You by Arts Review

Part cabaret, part game show and part regional Victorian singing eisteddfod, where audience sing-a-longs are not only encouraged but mandatory, Your Diva Needs You plays at The MC Showroom …

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BALI by Arts Review

From the multi-award-winning team who brought you FAG/STAG comes a new comedy, BALI. The fourth new work in The Last Great Hunt’s 2017 Perth Season, BALI is currently playing at the Subia…

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On the Couch with Chris Isaacs by Arts Review

Who is Chris Isaacs? 31 year old writer, devisor, performer, theatre maker, privileged white cis-gender heterosexual male, husband, friend, co-owner of a cat, average dancer, sports enthusia…

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The Unflinching Gaze: photo media & the male figure by Arts Review

The first Australian photographic exhibition of the male figure, The Unflinching Gaze: photo media & the male figure has opened at the Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, and is on display …

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Dream Lover announces full cast for summer musical by Arts Review

Capturing the glamour and passion of the big band era, the Rat Pack in Vegas and the Golden Age of Hollywood, Melbourne’s summer musical, Dream Lover – The Bobby Darin Musical has a…

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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

The Melbourne Monologues by Arts Review

The Melbourne Monologues was a selection of six monologues presented by Melbourne Writers’ Theatre. The first piece, To Understand, had an intriguing premise: What if Ted Bundy gave a …

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175 years of service and the jobs that time forgot by Arts Review

Rat catchers, nurses, gully flushers, the town clerk and joiners are just some of the staff to have worked at the City of Sydney since it was established 175 years ago. Along with carters, b…

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2017 Rob Guest Endowment Finalists Announced by Arts Review

Stefanie Caccamo, Jayme-Lee Hanekom, Georgina Hopson, Thomas McGuane, Imogen Moore and Morgan Palmer have been announced as the Finalists of the 2017 Rob Guest Endowment Award. Competing ag…

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Glen Street Theatre to showcase a glorious feast of Cabaret by Arts Review

Showcasing some of the greatest cabaret artists from Australia and around the world, the inaugural Cabaret in the Glen at the Glen Street Theatre will transform into a glorious feast of en…

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On the Couch with Andrew Strano by Arts Review

Who is Andrew Strano? Ooh! That’s me! I’m him! I’m a writer, lyricist, improviser, director and a musical theatre performer. But, as is the case for lots of creative in Australia, I’…

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Outside In by Arts Review

Move over Wentworth, this is women’s prison you can almost touch! wit incorporated presents the Victorian premiere of Hilary Beaton’s Outside In at Footscray’s Bluestone Ch…

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The NGV stages epic re-hang of its salon gallery by Arts Review

The National Gallery of Victoria has embarked on one of its most ambitious gallery re-hangs, canvassing every wall and corner of the 19th century gallery with more than 140 works of European…

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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Eight upcoming arts and culture activities in Sydney you can’t afford to miss by Arts Review

Sydney shines when it comes to outstanding art exhibitions and premiere musicals, and with a jam-packed calendar of inspiring, upcoming events, there’s no better time to visit the Harbour …

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Want to help shape Melbourne’s musical future? by Arts Review

Community groups, industry experts and music lovers are being urged to have their say on the future of Melbourne’s music scene. The City of Melbourne is putting together its draft Music St…

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Liveworks 2017: a celebration of experimental art and performance by Arts Review

A two week celebration of performance and cross-disciplinary art, Performance Space presents its most ambitious Liveworks at Carriageworks from 19 October 2017. The 2017 program features an…

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Taikoz 20: Land-Sea-Sky-Home by Arts Review

Australia’s leading taiko drumming ensemble Taikoz will present a very special concert, Taikoz 20: Land-Sea-Sky-Home in celebration of an incredible 20 years of music making and performanc…

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A View From The Bridge by Arts Review

A searing drama of love and revenge set in 1950s Brooklyn, Red Line Productions presents Arthur Miller’s A View From The Bridge at the Old Fitz Theatre from 18 October 2017. Eddie Ca…

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Monday, October 16, 2017

On the Couch with Hilary Bell by Arts Review

Who is Hilary Bell? I’m a playwright, librettist and lyricist. I also create picture books with artists extraordinaire Antonia Pesenti (Alphabetical Sydney, Numerical Street) and Matthew M…

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Gold Museum reawakens the dragon by Arts Review

A new exhibition at Sovereign Hill’s Gold Museum has unveiled one of the most extensive Chinese artefact collections, and for the first time in over five decades, has reawakened Loong …

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Melbourne Festival – A Requiem For Cambodia: Bangsokol     by Arts Review

Australians might know a little of the genocide committed by the Khmer Rouge in the 1970s. But what do we know of the survivors, and what followed? We had a glimpse of this in A Requiem For …

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Memphis The Musical by Arts Review

Memphis The Musical is the third of five productions Stageart have planned for 2017. Unlike your typical middle child, Memphis is not invisible or resentful – instead, it’s another magni…

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Gerhard Richter: The Life of Images by Arts Review

Widely considered one of the world’s most influential living artists, Brisbane’s Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) presents the first major exhibition in Australia of work by German artist G…

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Sunday, October 15, 2017

One of Australia’s largest public art installations nears completion by Arts Review

One of Australia’s largest public art installations is nearing completion. Titled Sun Veil, the $4.35m kinetic screen by internationally acclaimed environmental artist Ned Kahn was commiss…

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The Carnival of Lost Souls by Arts Review

Dare to enter the dark and magical world of a 19th century circus as The Carnival of Lost Souls tours through Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney and Brisbane this October & November – lea…

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American Song by Arts Review

There’s a beautiful economy about Red Stitch’s production of American Song: Darryl Cordell’s minimalist brush of sky and wheat along the stage walls; Bronwyn Pringle’s natural lift a…

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Sydney Dance Company reveals 2018 season by Arts Review

Marking his tenth year as Artistic Director of Sydney Dance Company, Rafael Bonachela has revealed his 2018 season that features exquisite athleticism and human connection that comes from…

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Friday, October 13, 2017

Melbourne Festival – All the Sex I’ll Ever Have by Arts Review

At the commencement of All the Sex I’ll Ever Have, the producers from Mammalian Diving Reflex have the audience stand and take a pledge. We are to never reveal what we hear tonight – we …

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