Friday, April 20, 2018

On the Couch with Natalie Gamsu by Arts Review

Who is Natalie Gamsu? Who is Natalie Gamsu… I think that question is always more accurate when you ask other people their experience of you. I think I’m your average neurotic warm he…

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2018 Bendigo Queer Film Festival by Arts Review

Now in its fifteenth year, and running 27 – 29 April 2018, the Bendigo Queer Film Festival (BQFF) is one of the few regional centres Australia wide to host its very own queer film festiv…

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Albert Dadon acquires Sydney jazz club The Basement by Arts Review

Musical entrepreneur and property developer, Albert Dadon, has acquired the name and assets of Sydney jazz club, The Basement, planning to reopen the iconic venue as soon as possible. The ol…

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ABC and Screen Australia release new series of Art Bites by Arts Review

Bingeable masterpieces that will make you laugh, cry and explore the importance of artistic expression, four new Art Bites documentaries helmed by emerging director and producer teams have b…

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Paige Rattray appointed Sydney Theatre Company Associate Director by Arts Review

Sydney Theatre Company (STC) has announced the appointment of former Richard Wherrett Fellow, Paige Rattray, in the new role of Associate Director. Currently Associate Artistic Director for …

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Music Market to be established at Collingwood Arts Precinct by Arts Review

The Music Market will open its doors next year as the first tenant of the new Collingwood Arts Precinct on Johnston Street. It will be home to music peak body Music Victoria and youth music …

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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Replica by Arts Review

The award-winning Stephanie Lake Company brings together international dancers, Christina Chan (Singapore) and Aymeric Bichon (France), alongside a creative team of leading Australian artist…

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NGV Triennial the most visited exhibition in Gallery’s 157-year history by Arts Review

The inaugural NGV Triennial has finished its record-breaking run with a final attendance of 1,231,742, making it the most visited exhibition in the NGV’s 157-year history. With an average …

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As Wentworth slips quietly onto the ABC, the series still asks tough questions about gender politics by Arts Review

In early March, the ABC issued a press release announcing that the “multi-award-winning Australian drama Wentworth” would make its free to air television debut on April 12. “This groun…

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Venice Architecture Biennale shines the spotlight on City of Sydney projects by Arts Review

Three City of Sydney projects have been selected to feature as part of the Australian contingent at the world’s top architecture showcase. Waterloo Youth and Community Centre, Prince Alfre…

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On the Couch with Katy Maudlin by Arts Review

Who is Katy Maudlin? I am a theatre and opera director who has a focus on collaboration, musicalised theatre processes and female dramaturgies. Currently, I am directing Right Now by Catheri…

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MICF: David O’Doherty – You Have to Laugh by Arts Review

Frequent MICF visitor David O’Doherty returns with his new show You Have To Laugh. Some, especially fans, might find this title relates more to a resigned state than a jubilant one. It mus…

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The Howling Girls by Arts Review

In Sydney Chamber Opera’s The Howling Girls, composer Damien Ricketson commands of Jane Sheldon’s celestial tone a considerable conversion. The unfamiliar sonic force created by Sheldon…

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Valour and Violets: South Australia in the Great War by Arts Review

Close to 35,000 South Australians enlisted for service overseas during the Great War. Around 5500 never came back. Countless more returned with physical and psychological injuries that would…

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Australian premiere of Cry-Baby announced for the Hayes Theatre by Arts Review

Based on the 1990 cult-classic John Waters film of the same name, which starred Johnny Depp, LPD in association with Hayes Theatre Co have announced the Australian premiere season of the ro…

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Tuesday, April 17, 2018

On the Couch with Tara Jade Samaya by Arts Review

Who is Tara Jade Samaya? An Artist, dreamer and adventurer. What would you do differently to what you do now? If dance didn’t grasp me as a career I would probably be a designer to some de…

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Rumpelstiltskin set for UK Premiere Season this December by Arts Review

London’s iconic Southbank Centre will be home to Windmill Theatre Co and State Theatre Company South Australia’s Rumpelstiltskin this December and January as Queen Elizabeth Hall hosts…

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Monday, April 16, 2018

Dwelling Poetically: Mexico City, a case study by Arts Review

Considering the ways artists and cities mutually inform and transform one another, the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) presents Dwelling Poetically: Mexico City, a case study…

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Record Store Day 2018 by Arts Review

With just days until the 11th Record Store Day Australia, stores across the country are gearing up for one of their busiest days of the year on Saturday 21 April 2018. This annual event rei…

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Stellar cast assembled for Sydney Opera House season of Assassins by Arts Review

The Sydney Opera House has announced the final cast members for its upcoming production of the critically-acclaimed musical Assassins. After a sold-out season at the Hayes Theatre Co, which …

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Right Now by Arts Review

An exquisite portrayal of one woman’s crisis, Red Stitch Actors’ Theatre presents Catherine-Anne Toupin’s daring black comedy, Right Now in an Australian premiere from 21 Ap…

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Queensland Symphony Orchestra appoints new Director of Artistic Planning by Arts Review

As Queensland Symphony Orchestra continues to achieve critical acclaim for its musicality and long-term vision, Chief Executive David Pratt has announced that one of the country’s leading …

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Look What We Made by Arts Review

Look What We Made is an eclectic collection of maker stories from across Australia, lovingly brought to you by the people behind frankie magazine. Inside you’ll meet hatmakers and brewers,…

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La Traviata set to enchant Arts Centre Melbourne’s State Theatre Stage by Arts Review

American powerhouse soprano Corinne Winters will make her Australian debut in Melbourne this week in the classic role of Violetta Valéry in La Traviata. A recent nominee in the Internationa…

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Sunday, April 15, 2018

MICF: Emma Malik – If You Can’t Train It, Eat It by Arts Review

British-born Emma Malik grew up with animals and has over a decade of professional animal handling and training. She’s drawn on this in her first solo stand-up show If You Can’t Train It…

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The Patrick White Playwrights’ Award Shortlist Announced by Arts Review

Sydney Theatre Company has announced the shortlist of five plays in the running for the 2017 Patrick White Playwrights’ Award. The winner of this prestigious award will be announced with a…

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Saturday, April 14, 2018

Antony and Cleopatra by Arts Review

If you’re not familiar with Shakespeare’s rarely performed Antony and Cleopatra, but are keen to take this opportunity to experience it, then you’d be well-advised to brush up on the t…

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Friday, April 13, 2018

MICF: Jude Perl – Let’s Hang Out by Arts Review

Texas-born and Melbourne-raised, Jude Perl has something of a hybrid accent. Her new MICF show is also an unusual mix for the ear, one of stand-up comedy and music. She’s got form here, ha…

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On Couch with Corinne Winters by Arts Review

Who is Corinne Winters? I’m an international opera soprano, writer, spiritual seeker, foodie, amateur yogi, and lover of all things art and philosophy. What would you do differently to w…

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Thursday, April 12, 2018

Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Arts Review

Based on Mark Twain‘s classic 1884 novel, Neglected Musicals in association with Hayes Theatre Co presents Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn for six performances from 1…

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Alexis Wright wins 2018 Stella Prize for Tracker by Arts Review

Alexis Wright has been awarded the 2018 Stella Prize for her remarkable biography of Aboriginal leader, thinker and entrepreneur, Tracker Tilmouth. Tracker is a book uniquely written by weav…

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