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Sunday, August 20, 2017

Tina Arena to play Eva Peron in EVITA by Arts Review

Opera Australia Artistic Director Lyndon Terracini, Australian theatre producer John Frost and leading UK theatre producer David Ian have announced that Australian icon, singer, songwriter a…

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Miracle City by Arts Review

A brand new production of Nick Enright and Max Lambert’s celebrated Australian musical Miracle City takes over the Sydney Opera House Studio from 12 – 29 October with an outstanding cast…

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Hilarie Mais by Arts Review

Since the early 1970s, Sydney-based artist Hilarie Mais has consistently produced work underpinned by what she describes as her abiding interest in the history of abstraction, first in the U…

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The Yellow Brick Road extends to Adelaide and Melbourne by Arts Review

Producers John Frost and Suzanne Jones have announced additional cast members for the upcoming Australian tour of The London Palladium production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Wizard of Oz…

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Friday, August 18, 2017

Crazy Horse Paris: Forever Crazy by Arts Review

It has been tantalising Paris for more than 65 years and now for the first time, Crazy Horse Paris has headed to Australia to seduce audiences with its sensual glamour and sophisticated fe…

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David LaChapelle exhibition headlines Ballarat International Foto Biennale by Arts Review

An exhibition of 90 works by iconic American photographer David LaChapelle headlines the month-long Ballarat International Foto Biennale (BIFB) when it opens at the Art Gallery of Ballarat …

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On the Couch with Claire McArdle by Arts Review

Who is Claire McArdle? I’m a contemporary jewellery and object maker and the Co-Founder/Director of Radiant Pavilion, Melbourne Contemporary Jewellery and Object Biennial. What would you d…

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Adelaide Festival to premiere Hamlet in 2018 by Arts Review

After dazzling audiences and critics alike at its recent world premiere produced by the renowned Glyndebourne Festival Opera in the UK, Neil Armfield’s production of Australian compose…

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The Father by Arts Review

A giant of Australian theatre for over 50 years, John Bell makes a welcome return to the Sydney Theatre Company (STC) in the Australian premiere of The Father by French playwright Florian Z…

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New partnership to showcase Australian contemporary art by Arts Review

A new partnership between the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) and Sydney Airport will see the arrival of a large-scale contemporary art commission for the T1 International termina…

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A new approach to culture by Arts Review

“I can’t understand why people are frightened of new ideas,” the composer John Cage once remarked, “I’m frightened of the old ones”. Last week’s announcement that the Myer, Tim…

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Thursday, August 17, 2017

Pile of Bones by Arts Review

It begins from blackout, the smell of haze, and a foreboding pulsating base. As the show progresses, that beat permeates everything. A primitive heartbeat, a frenetic urban rhythm, a rapid t…

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Aerial dancers take performance to new heights in Sydney by Arts Review

One of the world’s leading dance companies has brought its pioneering ‘vertical dance’ to Australia for the first time. Presented as part of the City of Sydney’s Art & About Sydn…

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Blue Love by Arts Review

Defying categorisation, but deliciously subversive and irresistibly entertaining, this cleverly devised work began life as a diversion to fill in time during breaks in the filming of Baz Luh…

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Wednesday, August 16, 2017

On the Couch with Amelia Farrugia by Arts Review

Who is Amelia Farrugia? A vivacious star Soprano who was born to perform. A generous, kind and loving Mum, a warm and wonderful friend, a leader and an inspiring teacher. What would you do d…

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Blue Love by Arts Review

A quirky, character-based work is a multi-media, physical theatre comedy: accessible, challenging and enormously entertaining, Shaun Parker & Company presents Blue Love at selected ven…

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Ballarat Cabaret Festival back in the spotlight this October by Arts Review

For the sixth year in a row, the Ballarat Cabaret Festival will be back in the spotlight this October taking centre stage with shows at the Ballarat Mining Exchange, the Mechanic Institute …

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Tastes like Sunshine by Arts Review

Exploring the role of food as artistic inspiration and medium, the Museum of Brisbane presents Tastes like Sunshine on display at City Hall from 18 August 2017. Where art meets food, this fl…

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New Arcade proves games are a serious business for Victoria by Arts Review

Home to Academy Award and BAFTA winners and the creators of some of the world’s most popular digital games, an unassuming building in South Melbourne is the epicentre of Victoria’s thriv…

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Audition for NAISDA Dance College’s 2018 Intake by Arts Review

Young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with a passion for the performing arts are invited to register their interest to audition for NAISDA Dance College’s 2018 intake. NAISDA …

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On the Couch with Shaun Parker by Arts Review

Who is Shaun Parker? I was born in Mildura in 1970, and grew up on a grape-growing property with my mum and dad, older brother Cory and older sister Kim, three dogs Silky, Rocky, and Sheba, …

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The whispering forest of memories by Arts Review

A fully immersive installation that creates a metaphysical forest of memories, The whispering forest of memories will be presented at fortyfivedownstairs for four days only from 16 August 2…

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Radiant Pavilion 2017: Contemporary Jewellery and Object Biennial by Arts Review

After its huge success in 2015, Radiant Pavilion returns to Melbourne bringing together over 200 leading and emerging Australian and international artists from Saturday 26 August to Sunday 3…

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Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Pip Smith: Half Wild by Arts Review

Based on the true lives of Eugenia Falleni, Half Wild is Pip Smith’s stunningly original debut novel. Sydney, 1938. After being hit by a car on Oxford Street, sixty-three-year-old Je…

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Artists announced for the 2017 Melbourne Art Trams by Arts Review

Eight new artists were today announced for the 2017 Melbourne Art Trams: Bushra Hasan, Emma Anna, Josh Muir, Justine McAllister, Matthew Clarke, Oliver Hutchinson, Robert Owen and St Albans …

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Monday, August 14, 2017

Niche by Arts Review

Presented as a part of the 2017 Darebin Arts Speakeasy season, Elbow Room bring Melbourne audiences their highly anticipated new show, Niche to the Northcote Town Hall for a limited season f…

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Robert Stigwood Fellowships announced by Arts Review

After three successful years, the Robert Stigwood Fellowship will again help kickstart the careers of South Australia’s best artists and industry entrepreneurs. Named after Adelaide expat …

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Amelia Farrugia: DIVA by Arts Review

Paying tribute to the lives and careers of Australian divas June Bronhill and Dame Joan Sutherland, popular soprano Amelia Farrugia stars in the world premiere of DIVA at City Recital Hal…

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On the Couch with Clayton McGregor by Arts Review

Who is Clayton McGregor? An Exhibition Designer who worked on Te Papa’s touring science exhibition, Bug Lab: Little Bugs, Super Powers. What would you do differently to what you do now? R…

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The Rape of Lucretia by Arts Review

Sydney Chamber Opera (SCO) in a new co-production with Victorian Opera presents Benjamin Britten’s pioneering and tragic work, The Rape of Lucretia to Sydney audiences for the first …

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Turning up the volume on the Australian Music Vault by Arts Review

Australia’s music hall of fame will have a dedicated space in Melbourne when the Australian Music Vault opens later this year. Minister for Creative Industries Martin Foley today announced…

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