Monday, February 19, 2018

APAM 2018 cements Brisbane’s place on the global stage by Arts Review

The Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM 2018) officially opened today at Brisbane Powerhouse, an event that has brought an influx of visitors to the city – shining a light on Austr…

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White Night illuminates Melbourne by Arts Review

White Night Melbourne captured the imagination of more than 600,000 people over the weekend, delivering on its promise to experience the city as never seen before. This year’s White Night …

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Gilligan’s Island: The Musical by Arts Review

From the wonderful bustle of the preamble – greeting and interacting with people as they come in while also wrangling Gilligan as he slapsticks himself among the seats – to the f…

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On the Couch with Tamara Saulwick by Arts Review

Who is Tamara Saulwick? Tamara Saulwick is the Artistic Director of Chamber Made – a Melbourne based performing arts company working at the nexus of performance, sound and music. Tama…

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Sunday, February 18, 2018

Mamma Mia! by Arts Review

Australia has a love affair with the music of ABBA. We just can’t get enough of it. The stage productions of Muriel’s Wedding, Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, and of course Mamma Mia! al…

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What’s HOT at the 2018 Adelaide Fringe by Arts Review

The 2018 Adelaide Fringe kicked off in spectacular style over the weekend, as North Terrace was transformed into a Parade of Light – an animated corridor of colour, light and wonder!…

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Mikelangelo & Anushka: Siblings by Arts Review

There are times when something you like is lessened by just being stretched too far. This applies somewhat to Siblings, the latest collaboration between musical Melbourne natives Mikelangelo…

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Greta Nash announced as the winner of Tropfest 2018 by Arts Review

Tropfest Australia has announced 23 year old Victorian Greta Nash as the winner of this year’s prize for her film, Two Piece. The short film was unanimously selected by an extraordina…

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Friday, February 16, 2018

White Night Melbourne by Arts Review

White Night Melbourne is set to transform the city from 7.00pm on Saturday 17 February through installation, lighting, exhibitions, street performances, film, music, dance and interactive ev…

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On the Couch with Sam Anderson by Arts Review

Who is Sam Anderson? I feel I have been grappling for an answer to this question for over 15 years and (at 34) I needed to write a one person show about this very question. (BI-CYCLE) is my …

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Modern Currents by Arts Review

Glowing, funky, cool and iconic, Modern Currents features works from the TarraWarra Museum of Art’s collection of abstract painting and sculpture, providing a context for the explorati…

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Wildebeest & Valley by Arts Review

Featuring two exciting works by Israeli choreographer Omer Backley-Astrachan, FORM Dance Projects presents Wildebeest and Valley at Parramatta’s Riverside Theatres until 17 February …

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Thursday, February 15, 2018

The Nose by Arts Review

The Australian premiere of Barrie Kosky’s new production of the rarely performed Shostakovich classic The Nose has become the most highly anticipated production of Opera Australia’s Sydn…

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Melbourne Art Fair announces 2018 gallery list and artist commission by Arts Review

Taking place from Thursday 2 to Sunday 5 August, Melbourne Art Fair’s 2018 edition will feature 40 leading galleries from Australia, New Zealand and Southeast Asia, presenting a curated se…

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Calamity Jane by Arts Review

After the enormous success of a sold out season of Calamity Jane at Hayes Theatre Co last year, One Eyed Man Productions in association with Neglected Musicals and Hayes Theatre Co are getti…

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Victorian Opera finds a new home by Arts Review

Just a short walk from the current North Melbourne train station, Victorian Opera has secured a new home in West Melbourne – a former commercial plasterboard warehouse set to be transf…

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On the Couch with Rebecca Coates by Arts Review

Who is Rebecca Coates? Director of Shepparton Art Museum (SAM), located in regional Victoria – home to one of Australia’s leading ceramics collections in regional Australia, presenti…

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Bernadette Robinson: The Show Goes On by Arts Review

In a triumphant new production, Bernadette Robinson celebrates some of the world’s most publicly adored singers through their own words and legendary songs in The Show Goes On at Ar…

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Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Adam Fawcett announced as the Playtime 2018 Winner by Arts Review

Gasworks Arts Park has announced that Adam Fawcett is the winner of Playtime 2018 for his work, Become The One. Playtime Staged Readings is an initiative presented by Gasworks Arts Park in…

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Nightsongs by Arts Review

Written and composed by Natasha Moszenin, Nightsongs will be presented at The Butterfly Club for two shows only from 16 February 2018. Nightsongs is a collection of beautifully evocative and…

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Adelaide Film Festival seeks submissions for 2018 Program by Arts Review

The Adelaide Film Festival (ADL Film Fest) is inviting Australian and international submissions for features, shorts and VR works – drama, documentary, hybrid, experimental and animati…

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Museum of Love & Protest by Arts Review

A signature event for the 40th anniversary Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras celebrations, the Museum of Love & Protest, opens on Friday 16 February at the National Art School, Darling…

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The Fabulous Singlettes by Arts Review

For around thirty years, Aussie trio, The Fabulous Singlettes – Naomi Eyers, Melissa Langton, and Diane Dixon – have graced international stages and tv screens. Particularly kno…

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Emma Saunders: Dancing With Myself by Arts Review

NORPA Associate Artist Emma Saunders is in residence in the NORPA Studio this week developing a new solo dance work Dancing With Myself. As part of her research she is inviting guests into …

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Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Fleur Kilpatrick wins Max Afford Playwrights’ Award by Arts Review

Playwriting Australia has announced Fleur Kilpatrick as the 2018 winner of the $30,000 Max Afford Playwrights’ Award. Fleur’s standout script, Whale was described by the judges as “h…

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How copyright law is holding back Australian creators by Arts Review

Australian creators struggle to understand copyright law and how to manage it for their own projects. Indeed, a new study has found copyright law can act as a deterrent to creation, rather t…

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On the Couch with Gregg Arthur by Arts Review

Who is Gregg Arthur? A singer, a storyteller, a lyricist. Performing original songs, adult contemporary music and the Great American Song Book. What would you do differently to what you do n…

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Melbourne Queer Film Festival reveals 2018 Program by Arts Review

Building on its reputation for showcasing the finest, contemporary queer cinema from Australia and beyond, the 28th Melbourne Queer Film Festival has assembled a line-up of deliciously evoca…

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Monday, February 12, 2018

The Helpmann Academy to award $112,000 to South Australia’s best emerging artists by Arts Review

In a first for South Australian emerging artists, The Helpmann Academy will present $112,000 worth of awards and opportunities to visual artists from a range of creative disciplines. Now cel…

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Jersey Boys announces full cast ahead of Sydney season by Arts Review

Director Des McAnuff has announced the stellar ensemble he has assembled for the highly anticipated season of Jersey Boys, opening for a strictly limited time at Sydney’s Capitol Theat…

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On the Couch with Jake Speer by Arts Review

Who is Jake Speer? 5 foot 7. Brown eyes. Brown hair. Last spotted parading around Brisbane in 6 inch red leather boots. Most likely to be eating a burrito or donut. What would you do differ…

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