Category: Theatre & Performing Arts

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04.04.17 — LGBTQIElizabeth Duck-Chong

Framing a Framed Man: The trouble with The Trouble with Harry

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16.03.17 — Books & WritingElizabeth Flux

Jasper Jones and the Art of Adept Adaptation

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14.03.17 — Theatre & Performing ArtsJane Howard

Seeing Through the Tangle

Backstage in Biscuit Land // Tourettes Hero

23.11.16 — Theatre & Performing ArtsJane Howard

Old Spaces Anew at the Melbourne Festival

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13.10.16 — Theatre & Performing ArtsJane Howard

Art for Kids, Kids for Art

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08.09.16 — Theatre & Performing ArtsJane Howard

Sink or swim: On artistic exhaustion

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19.08.16 — InterviewsAngela Serrano

A midair kind of faith: An interview with Circus Oz’s Spenser Inwood

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10.08.16 — Books & WritingJane Howard

Practical Magic: On The Cursed Child and published playscripts

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25.07.16 — Theatre & Performing ArtsJane Howard

Performing Intimacy: Three Acts, Two Dancers, One Radio Host

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17.06.16 — Theatre & Performing ArtsJane Howard

Radical Capability: Endurance and mutation in The Second Woman

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18.05.16 — Theatre & Performing ArtsJane Howard

The Single Lady and the Showstopper

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05.05.16 — InterviewsAlexandra Neill

Sad Clowns and Dark Laughs: The emotional voyeurism of comedy

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11.04.16 — Theatre & Performing ArtsJane Howard

Beautiful Arrogance: The radical choreographies of Pina Bausch and Atlanta Eke

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16.03.16 — Theatre & Performing ArtsJane Howard

Cringe Festival: The cost of five-star reviews

Sydney - January 20, 2016: This Is How We Die perfomed during the 2016 Sydney Festival (photo by Jamie Williams/Sydney Festival)

07.02.16 — Theatre & Performing ArtsJane Howard

Impossible Futures: Tomorrow’s Parties and This is How We Die

Tom Conroy and Colin Friels in Mortido. Photo credit: Shane Reid

09.11.15 — Theatre & Performing ArtsJane Howard

A Shining Nightmare: Mortido‘s Sydney

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05.11.15 — Books & WritingAngela Meyer

Outrageous Fortune: Seeing Hamlet as a Cumberbitch

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26.10.15 — Theatre & Performing ArtsJane Howard

Great Aspirations: In the shadow of Patrick White

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