Saturday, May 30, 2020

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Sylvia – the Australian Ballet’s best yet

The Australian Ballet has delivered a performance like never before, focusing on strength as a theme in their new co-production, Sylvia. Together with stunning costumes,...

REVIEW: How great is The Great Moscow Circus?

Going to the circus as a child, everything amazed me - the stunts, the props, the glittery costumes. The whole atmosphere was magical. When the...

Not a lost cause: Blues event saved

We all get the blues sometimes, but Linda Eldridge and Melinda Traves from Playin’ for a Cause, are putting them to good use. After finding...

Improv Conspiracy: The art of making it up it as you...

  If you like to be creative and if you are currently after a hobby, then look no further. Located on Meyers Lane, a tiny...

PERSONA, a Deakin theatre production

https://youtu.be/gxXCcjbiVKY PERSONA is a stage show that explores identity, the self and who we are. The show, which is informative and thought provoking, is a...

Review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

While the stage play of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has been widely acclaimed by critics and fans alike, the screenplay in book...

Inside Out Review: An exploration of dance and architecture

Texture, angles, construction – descriptors of architecture or descriptors of dance? If done correctly, site-specific work should draw the eye of the audience to simultaneously...

Go to uni or dance full time? Uncovering alternative learning paths

There’s a grey haze flooding the floor of the Brunswick studio, leading to a welcome sign that reads warns of smoke and flashy lighting...

Tommy Little, a lot to be desired

Ever had a high school crush, where you were just so secretly in love with them? Then you bump into them a couple of years...

Review: three gigs at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival

The Melbourne International Comedy Festival is back for its 32nd year. More than 600 shows are brining humour and laughter to venues across the...