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Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Poetic License by Arts Review

Once upon a time, a god believed that he could save an ancient city from ruin by bringing a dead poet back to life. Now in 2017 the need has again arisen – our world, our city, our neighbo…

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Excelsis: Stabat Mater – Karl Jenkins by Arts Review

Under the direction of Tom Buchanan, Excelsis will present Karl Jenkins’ Stabat Mater with full orchestra in the exquisite surrounds of Melbourne’s St Patrick’s Cathedral on Frida…

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Cyrano de Bergerac by Arts Review

Winner of the 2013 Sydney Theatre Award for the Best Independent Production, Director and Actor, Sport For Jove Theatre Company presents a return season of their acclaimed production, Cyra…

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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

On the Couch with Jake Silvestro by Arts Review

Who is Jake Silvestro? I am an acrobat, one of the newest cast members of Circus Oz. I am 26 years old, I have lived all over Australia, studied in Canberra at the School of Art and have bee…

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Trepidation and delight: experiencing Dark Mofo with a three-year-old by Arts Review

As usual, this year’s Dark Mofo has drawn a crowd of thousands from across Australia and the globe. Despite being known for its dark subject matter and evocative themes – this year i…

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VELVET to dazzle Melbourne audiences for an additional week by Arts Review

After opening to rave reviews and audience acclaim, the ARIA nominated and award-winning hit show VELVET has announced, due to popular demand, a one week extension to its Melbourne season at…

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Australian Writers’ Guild announce nominees for 50th Annual AWGIE Awards by Arts Review

Academy Award and BAFTA-nominated film Hacksaw Ridge leads the impressive line-up of nominees for the Australian Writers’ Guild’s 50th Annual AWGIE Awards. Celebrating its 50th anni…

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Sandra Willis appointed as OperaQ Executive Director by Arts Review

Multi-talented arts producer and manager Sandra Willis has been appointed as the new Executive Director of Opera Queensland and will relocate from Melbourne to Brisbane to commence on 24 Jul…

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The Adventures of Peter Pan & Tinker Bell in Return to Pantoland by Arts Review

Audiences young and old will be all smiles and flying high this June when Bonnie Lythgoe Productions presents The Adventures of Peter Pan & Tinker Bell in Return to Pantoland in its worl…

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Monday, June 19, 2017

Vale Tony Woods – Australian artist and film-maker by Arts Review

Australian Arts Review is saddened to hear of the passing of Australian artist and film-maker, Tony Woods. Born in Hobart in 1940, Anthony (Tony) David Woods developed an interest in the vis…

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Cunning Little Vixen by Arts Review

The forest comes alive in Victorian Opera’s new production of Leoš Janácek’s Cunning Little Vixen. One of the great masterpieces of early twentieth century music, this rarely-heard ope…

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On the Couch with Emily Paddon-Brown by Arts Review

Who is Emily Paddon-Brown? A Performer, Educator, Eco-warrior and Mother. What would you do differently to what you do now? I would see into the future and know what clothes I will never wea…

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Lior and ASQ: Love, Loss and Compassion by Arts Review

“When he came on stage he was not much to look at” is a quote from an early critique of one of Lior’s early concerts, from a critic who had not seen him perform previously. Lior shared…

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MPavilion 2017 revealed by Arts Review

The Naomi Milgrom Foundation has revealed the MPavilion 2017 design by Netherlands-based architects Rem Koolhaas & David Gianotten of OMA. A creator of modern architectural icons,…

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Million dollar boost to Victorian regional arts and touring by Arts Review

Art and theatre lovers in regional Victoria have a million reasons to celebrate, with the Victorian Government’s latest round of grants providing support for a range of tours and programs …

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17th Annual Helpmann Awards Nominations Announced by Arts Review

The countdown to the 17th Annual Helpmann Awards is on following tonight’s announcement of the 2017 Helpmann Award Nominees at simultaneous events in Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth…

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Arts House reveals Season Two by Arts Review

Maintaining its reputation as Melbourne’s home of all things experimental and contemporary, Arts House reveals a brave and bold new season featuring a diverse program of events, installati…

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What’s HOT at the 2017 Melbourne Cabaret Festival by Arts Review

Australia’s Queen of Cabaret, Dolly Diamond has taken the reins of this year’s Melbourne Cabaret Festival bringing together ten Australian premiere shows along with some of the best …

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Sunday, June 18, 2017

2017 Miles Franklin Literary Award shortlist announced by Arts Review

60 years ago, author Miles Franklin had a vision: to advance and better Australian literature. As the shortlist for the 2017 Miles Franklin Literary Award is revealed, it’s fair to say Mil…

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On the Couch with Le Gateau Chocolat by Arts Review

Who is Le Gateau Chocolat? Drag performance artist, opera singer, uncle, brother, partner, rhythmic ribbon gymnast with a penchant for storytelling, lycra, glamour and high fashion. What wou…

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The Haunting by Arts Review

The Haunting takes place entirely within a library. Designer, John Kerr, has made a long set, shelves stretched tall like a picture in the wrong aspect ratio, creating an unsettling sense of…

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Eight Australian artists announced for Primavera 2017 by Arts Review

Eight Australian artists have been selected to exhibit their work at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) for Primavera 2017, opening 23 August. Working in a range of disciplines, …

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I Love You Now by Arts Review

A tragi-comedy and love puzzle that takes a long hard look at intimacy, desire and fidelity, Darlinghurst Theatre Company presents the premiere season of Jeanette Cronin’s new Australian p…

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Saturday, June 17, 2017

Dream Lover – The Bobby Darin Musical Principal Cast Announced by Arts Review

Producer John Frost has announced the casting of the principal roles in Melbourne’s summer musical Dream Lover – The Bobby Darin Musical, which plays at Arts Centre Melbourne from 29…

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On the Couch with Bonnie Lythgoe by Arts Review

Who is Bonnie Lythgoe? I am a very loyal and honest person that loves life and the challenges that come my way. I always try to respect listen and understand people and not jump in with my …

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Bondi Feast announces stellar line-up to shake off Sydney’s winter blues by Arts Review

Sydney’s favourite indie pop-up winter festival Bondi Feast is back – bigger and better than ever with 40 shows and 158 artists over a two week period at the iconic Bondi Pavilion th…

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Peter Coleman-Wright and Nexus Quartet: Composers in Exile by Arts Review

It may have seemed like a curious combination, a singer and four saxophones, but in reality it proved to be a match made in heaven. The singer was Peter Coleman-Wright, and the four saxophon…

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Friday, June 16, 2017

Melbourne’s love-hate relationship with being Australia’s ‘street art capital’ by Arts Review

Tourists are drawn to cities by a myriad of attractions and activities. Some cities are blessed with iconic attractions that are on every visitor’s ‘must see’ list – the …

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On the Couch with Gig Clarke by Arts Review

Who is Gig Clarke? An aspiring cool dude and misplaced cartoon character. Performer, part-time sellout and wannabe art-world figure. My mum sometimes thinks I’m cool. What would you do dif…

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Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. by Arts Review

You are expected to behave… Use the right words … Act appropriately… Don’t break the rules… Just behave. This play is not well behaved. Like a shot of adrenaline de…

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The Very Worst of the Tiger Lillies by Arts Review

The Tiger Lillies present their fiercest, filthiest tunes for the perverse pleasure of fans old and new. Mean, moody and magnificent – if Hell had a house band, it’d be The Tiger Lillies…

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