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Melbourne Fringe's gender benders, suspenders and upenders

Melbourne Fringe's gender benders, suspenders and upenders

Faux Fringe Fest and Lashes offer much more than your traditional drag show.

  • by Cameron Woodhead

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Homage to horror flicks a gory, glorious night out
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Homage to horror flicks a gory, glorious night out

Jakop Ahlbom's Horror will please even those who don't consider themselves a fan of the genre.

  • by Cameron Woodhead
Maxi Blaha impresses in this elegant and passionate one-woman play
Canberra life

Maxi Blaha impresses in this elegant and passionate one-woman play

Beloved Muse – Emilie Flöge tells the story of the fashion designer who was the life companion of artist Gustav Klimt, who may have been the model in his painting The Kiss.

  • by Alanna Maclean
Tao Po review: Stories of life after death

Tao Po review: Stories of life after death

As the death toll mounts in Philippine's President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs, the rippling stories behind that toll sometimes go untold.

  • by Nicole Precel
The Seasons is a funny, touching and joyously uplifting production
Canberra life

The Seasons is a funny, touching and joyously uplifting production

Indigenous playwright Nathan Maynard’s is a work of refreshing honesty, totally natural in the actors’ performances and salutary in its unaffected and joyful portrayal of the mob.

  • by Peter Wilkins
Surprisingly poetic scares and surprises in this old dark house
Canberra life

Surprisingly poetic scares and surprises in this old dark house

Jakop Ahlbom's urbane Horror combines physical theatre, special effects and blood with nods to various horror movies.

  • by Alanna Maclean
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The unbearable rightness of being young and silly

The unbearable rightness of being young and silly

The brilliant comic talents of the trio known as post are on glorious display in this slice of absurdist and scatological nostalgia.

  • by Cameron Woodhead
There's much to love about MTC's 2019 season
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There's much to love about MTC's 2019 season

Melbourne Theatre Company's 2019 season combines risky, challenging and popular entertainment.

  • by Cameron Woodhead
Circus Oz presents dizzying displays of acrobatics and agility
Canberra

Circus Oz presents dizzying displays of acrobatics and agility

In Model Citizens, the symbols of suburbia provide the inspiration to debunk the myths surrounding modern society and delight and thrill the audience.

  • by Peter Wilkins
Review: Contemporary take shows Bard's classic tale stands test of time
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Review: Contemporary take shows Bard's classic tale stands test of time

Julius Caesar will always be a story of power, loyalty and betrayal. Director James Evans' adaptation shows how the story resonates to this day.

  • by Cameron Myles
Energetic production of an all too relevant satire
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Energetic production of an all too relevant satire

New company Limbo Theatre's Accidental Death of an Anarchist builds up steam as it goes along.

  • by Alanna Maclean