In Passenger, the audience is carried along with two actors on the bus as witnesses to a conversation that starts out in a very quotidian manner, and gradually evolves into something far more meaningful.
Annabel Ross is a Reporter for The Age.
As part of this year's Melbourne Design Week, Nick Rennie curates a show that proves good design doesn't come with a price tag.
Non-professional dancers The Clams have pooled their talents with the aim of making menstruation fun.
''Faster'' is a modern ballet that plays out like an MGM musical with a Hitchcockian soundtrack.
Nat Cursio was 41 when she tried skateboarding for the first time, and even a trip to the hospital didn't deter her.
"It will be down to the wire, after the siren!" says curator Victor Griss of Leather Poisoning, his AFL-themed exhibition featuring some of Australia's most prominent and prized artists.
Over the years, Melbourne artist Miranda Skoczek has made a habit of picking up little trinkets on her travels to exotic places.
The Play That Goes Wrong revels in other's misfortune with highly physical comedy, an abundance of unruly props and a set fraught with hidden peril.
It's the day before one of Melbourne's biggest events of the year, but first-time artistic director of White Night David Atkins says it's all under control.
White Night's music program may not boast as many recognisable names this year, but that doesn't mean the standard of talent is any lower, according to first-time artistic director David Atkins.