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Friday, October 18, 2019

On the Couch with Monique Fisher by Arts Review

Who is Monique Fisher? A Melbourne born and raised actress who loves food, her dog and making art. She is the artistic director of the new production company ‘Around The Moon’  and is c…

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Tasmanian Theatre Company announce new Artistic Director by Arts Review

Tasmanian Theatre Company has announced Maeve Mhairi MacGregor as their new Artistic Director/CEO. In making the announcement, Anne Cordiner, Acting Chair Tasmanian Theatre Company said “T…

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Lobby Hero by Arts Review

In a night of suspense, humour and compromised morality, Around the Moon Productions presents Lobby Hero by Oscar-winning playwright Kenneth Lonergan at fortyfivedownstairs from 22 October 2…

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Jenny Kee and Linda Jackson: Step Into Paradise by Arts Review

Drawing on more than four decades of one of the most influential pairings in the history of Australian fashion, the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (MAAS) presents Jenny Kee and Linda Ja…

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Promised by Arts Review

Though extremely capable of outlasting others on a deserted Fijian island, it is Pia Miranda’s AACTA award-winning performance in 2000s Looking for Alibrandi that will remain her careers m…

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Thursday, October 17, 2019

MONA FOMA reveals 2020 program by Arts Review

With over 400 artists across 25 venues, Mona Foma has announced the program for its twelfth festival, the second of its kind in Launceston, Tasmania. “Mona Foma 2020 finds us using one of …

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Liveworks Festival of Experimental Art set to push artistic boundaries and create unexpected experiences by Arts Review

Now in its fifth year, Liveworks Festival of Experimental Art is internationally known as a creative platform for captivating new work. For the next 11 days, Performance Space brings togethe…

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On the Couch with Danielle O’Malley by Arts Review

Who is Danielle O’Malley? A girl from Perth who’s mother always told her that she could achieve anything she set her heart on. I owe so much to her. What would you do differently to what…

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MIAF: The Shadow Whose Prey the Hunter Becomes by Arts Review

Geelong’s Back-to Back has once again graced the Melbourne International Arts Festival stage with a hard-hitting and unashamedly honest work. The stage is set for a town hall meeting; fami…

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Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Jane Eyre by Arts Review

One of the most iconic pieces of English literature will leap off the page when shake & stir theatre co’s new stage adaptation of Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre blazes into the Cremor…

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The Choir of Man return to Melbourne this December by Arts Review

Fresh from a hugely successful world tour, including the Adelaide and Edinburgh Fringe Festivals and a sell-out Sydney season, The Choir of Man return offering up 90 minutes of indisputable …

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My Brilliant Career – a musical adaptation by Arts Review

Monash University’s Alexander Theatre in Clayton will play host to an original musical adaptation of the legendary coming-of-age novel My Brilliant Career by Miles Franklin from 18 October…

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International Artists take to the stage for the 2019 OzAsia Festival by Arts Review

World-class contemporary music, theatre, dance, film, literature and visual art from across Asia and beyond will be showcased at Adelaide Festival Centre’s OzAsia Festival 2019 from today …

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Liz Hughes appointed new CEO of NIDA by Arts Review

Australia’s pre-eminent performing arts school (National Institute of Dramatic Art) NIDA has announced the appointment of Ms Liz Hughes to the role of CEO effective December 2019. In r…

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On the Couch with Paolo Bordogna by Arts Review

Who is Paolo Bordogna? I’m an Italian opera singer. I was born in a little town close to Milan and I’m the only musician in my family. I’m saying this because I want to pay a tribute t…

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Ernie Dingo to star alongside a host of young Australian talent for the Bran Nue Dae 30th Anniversary Tour by Arts Review

Legendary Australian actor and TV presenter Ernie Dingo will reprise the role of Uncle Tadpole he first performed 30 years ago when the hit musical Bran Nue Dae, written by Jimmy Chi in coll…

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Eight new Commissions announced for the 2020 Keir Choreographic Award by Arts Review

Now in its fourth edition, Keir Foundation, Dancehouse, Carriageworks and the Australia Council for the Arts have announced the eight artists and collectives who have been commissioned to ma…

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Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Jason Alexander returns with The Master of His Domain Tour by Arts Review

Celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Seinfeld with Jason Alexander Live! After selling out his last Australian tour, Jason Alexander is returning Down Under in February 2020 and he’s ready t…

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Rosaline by Arts Review

A dark tale of juicy revenge and teenage obsession, based on Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, Award-winning Australian playwright Joanna Erskine’s Rosaline will premiere at the Kings Cros…

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Full Cast announced for Shrek The Musical by Arts Review

Australia’s leading theatre producer John Frost has announced the full adult cast of the lavish and fun multi-million dollar musical comedy Shrek The Musical, which opens in Australia next…

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On the Couch with Frank Kerr by Arts Review

Who is Frank Kerr? Frank Kerr! What would you do differently to what you do now? Drink more water? Eat more vegetables? I wouldn’t do much differently in my life to be honest, pretty conte…

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The End of Eddy by Arts Review

Since it was published in France in 2014, Édouard Louis’ coming of age story has reached close to half a million readers. Now the internationally acclaimed story is brought to life on sta…

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FORM Dance Projects: Mea Culpa by Arts Review

A gutsy new dance theatre work from French-Australian multi-disciplinary artist Cloé Fournier, FORM Dance Projects presents Mea Culpa at Parramatta’s Riverside Theatres for a strictly lim…

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The Marriage of Figaro by Arts Review

Opera Australia’s Young Artist Program has proved enormously successful in discovering and developing Australian singers, with seven of the program’s talented alumni set to perform in Si…

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Woodford Folk Festival 2019/20 Program Announced by Arts Review

The largest gathering of artists and performers of its kind in Australia, one of country’s most iconic annual events, the Woodford Folk Festival, is back this December, with its most ambit…

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Monday, October 14, 2019

Holden Sheppard: Invisible Boys by Arts Review

An emotional tale of identity, sexuality and suicide derived from personal experience about three teenage boys who struggle to come to terms with their homosexuality in a small Western Austr…

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Baby Doll by Arts Review

A play sizzling with desire, lust, jealousy and betrayal, Sydney’s Ensemble Theatre will stage the Australian Premiere of a brand new adaptation of Tennessee Williams’ Baby Doll from 18 …

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On the Couch with Sonya Lifschitz by Arts Review

Who is Sonya Lifschitz? A musician, piano maverick, serial collaborator, artistic director, educator, radio personality and arts advocate. She works across many contexts, with repertoire spa…

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Heart of St Kilda Concert set to rock the Palais Theatre by Arts Review

A unique concert showcasing some of Australia’s finest live music and comedy performers, Sacred Heart Mission’s Heart of St Kilda Concert is back again with another exciting line-up. Thi…

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Taikoz: Seven Flowers by Arts Review

For one night only, Taikoz will present the world premiere of their latest work, Seven Flowers – a truly unique combination of spectacular taiko drumming, beautiful song, dynamic movement …

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David Griggs: Between Nature and Sin by Arts Review

A major survey exhibition of painting, photography and film by leading Australian artist David Griggs has opened at the Bunjil Place Gallery and is on display until 1 December 2019. The exhi…

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