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Theatre: Red Stitch presents Fury

Joanna Murray-Smith’s 'Fury' begins in the living room of a middle aged urban Australian couple – successful, self-assured and proud
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Theatre: My Sister Feather
'my sister feather' touches on themes of family, forgiveness and femininity in a compelling, abstract shell that I found myself needing to poke at to let hatch.
Theatre: The Nightingale and the Rose
'The Nightingale and the Rose' is an hour of fairytale-like wonder set in a dark and mystical garden.
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Theatre: La Mama presents Ellida
Ellida, the Lady from the Sea is a dreamy, somewhat scandalous and very metaphor-friendly story, set in a coastal fjord town in 19th Century Norway.
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Theatre: Malthouse Theatre presents Going Down
'Going Down' is purely original, entirely from left field, and affronting in the best way possible.
Theatre: Opera Australia presents Don Quichotte
Opera Australia has brought this beautiful work by Jules Massenet to life in five acts of colour and passion.
Theatre: Carmilla
You are afraid to die? Yes, everyone is! But to die as lovers may – to die together, so that they may live together?
Theatre: Opera Australia presents Tosca
Opera Australia’s 2018 production of Tosca is the perfect cocktail of passion and violence of the highest artistic integrity.
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Theatre: Right Now
A dreamy and transfixing performance from start to finish, French-Canadian playwright Catherine-Anne Toupin’s Right Now is a surreal examination of trauma, loss, and passion, with a strong sense of humour.
Theatre: Bare
Bare is a pop-rock musical that has an incredibly talented cast bringing life to a narrative that has aged poorly.
The Book of Mormon: mission of mirthy
To call The Book of Mormon ‘highly anticipated’ is an understatement in the extreme.
MTC: Born Yesterday
MTC’s 2017 season opens with the glamorous 1940s screwball comedy Born Yesterday, an apposite choice made six months ago when it looked likely that Hillary Clinton would take out the presidency, and even more relevant in the aftermath of the Trump inauguration.
The Odd Couple — the 1960s comedy that is as sharp as ever
'The Odd Couple' opens on a hot summer night in New York City and Oscar Madison (Francis Greenslade) is hosting a weekly poker game.
Cyndi Lauper’s ‘Kinky Boots’ a one person show
In a sea of musical theatre it’s tough to stand out, but 'Kinky Boots' is a gloriously sequined fish that swims against the current.


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