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The Sheds @ Sydney Fringe

Ian Horner19th Sep, 2014
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I Can't Say the F Word @ Melbourne Fringe Festival

I Can't Say the F Word @ Melbourne Fringe Festival

By Daniel Witthaus 18th Sep, 2014

Roach’s strength is his sometimes unnerving ability to take audience participation to a new, and rather unexpected, level...

The Last Confession @ Lyric Theatre, QPAC

The Last Confession @ Lyric Theatre, QPAC

By Heidi Maier 8th Sep, 2014

"A veritable embarrassment of riches, drawing together a wonderful cast whose impressive performances inject such life into the historical period they enact."

Wolf Lullaby @ New Theatre

Wolf Lullaby @ New Theatre

By Christian Baines 25th Aug, 2014

Let a family's most sinister fears sing you to sleep.

Glory Box @ The Melba Speigeltent

Glory Box @ The Melba Speigeltent

By Dean Arcuri 21st Aug, 2014

THIS is burlesque - it’s subversive, liberating and exposing in all the right ways.

Lady Gaga's artRAVE @ Perth Arena1

Lady Gaga's artRAVE @ Perth Arena

By Alice Mod 21st Aug, 2014

"Looking very Marilynesque at one point, it struck me how much of an amazing performer she really is. It's a full-on show, but also really showcases her voice."

Constellations @ Eternity Playhouse

Constellations @ Eternity Playhouse

By Matthew D'Silva 19th Aug, 2014

Constellations is a play with a unique approach - it’s kind of like a stage play version of 'Sliding Doors'.

The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me @ the Butterfly Club

The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me @ the Butterfly Club

By David Branigan 13th Aug, 2014

Drake's gays of future past narrative steps through bullying, burgeoning identity, coming out, gym queenery and bar scenery with an honesty that's both time-stamped and oddly current.

Film: Palo Alto

Film: Palo Alto

By Belinda Hazelton 12th Aug, 2014

"While the subject of teenage angst has been dealt with by countless others, the manner in which it is handled by this debut filmmaker/writer makes it fresh, relevant and entirely contemporary."

Film: Guardians of the Galaxy

Film: Guardians of the Galaxy

By Dean Arcuri 5th Aug, 2014

"These guys are losers, they aren't the coolest cats on the block, they are heroes only by default and that can't help but endear you to them."

Dark Voyager @ Ensemble Theatre

Dark Voyager @ Ensemble Theatre

By Matthew D'Silva 4th Aug, 2014

This would have to be one of the most lavish and fabulously camp productions I have ever seen at the Ensemble Theatre.

DVD: Elton John - The Million Dollar Piano

DVD: Elton John - The Million Dollar Piano

By Ian Horner 29th Jul, 2014

"The show was no doubt an experience to remember. If you couldn’t afford to get to Vegas, this is the next best thing."

Ugly Mugs @ Griffin Theatre

Ugly Mugs @ Griffin Theatre

By Matthew D'Silva 28th Jul, 2014

This would have to be one of the grittiest productions I have seen this year. Rape and murder aren't exactly the lightest topics to watch on a stage, but the way this is presented is not only clever but also keeps the play raw and real.

Review: STATUS @ The Arts Centre

Review: STATUS @ The Arts Centre

By Dean Arcuri 26th Jul, 2014

A powerful piece of theatre, STATUS looks at how we all deal with those living with HIV.

Hedda Gabler @ Belvoir

Hedda Gabler @ Belvoir

By Matthew D'Silva 24th Jul, 2014

How does Ash Flanders go in the prized and privileged role of Hedda?

DVD: The Great Beauty

DVD: The Great Beauty

By Ian Horner 23rd Jul, 2014

"Rome has never looked so beautiful. Which only under-scores Jep’s frustration as his search for real eternal beauty and meaning gets increasingly desperate."

DVD: The Battle of the Sexes

DVD: The Battle of the Sexes

By Ian Horner 22nd Jul, 2014

"This is the best tennis documentary ever made, and it’s not even about tennis."

Shake & Stir Theatre's '1984'

Shake & Stir Theatre's '1984'

By Chad St James 21st Jul, 2014

"When it reaches its chilling climax, it will hit you like a cruel fist to the stomach. This is one performance not for the weak-hearted."