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Quirky robot action!

Quirky robot action!

Review: My Robot by Barking Gecko Theatre ◆ Studio Underground, 10 November ◆ Reviewed by Ellen-Hope ...
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Memory as dance

Memory as dance

Review: im spiegel by LINK dance ◆ The Edith, Perth, 9 November ◆ Review by Varnya ...
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Ordinary people doing extraordinary things

Ordinary people doing extraordinary things

Review: The Beauty Index by Annette Carmichael ◆ Brave New Works #24, Denmark, WA, 3 November ◆ ...
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Perth Festival picks

Perth Festival picks

Seesaw co-editor Nina Levy shares her tips for the 2018 Perth Festival. One of my ...
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The road to Valentine: Kynan Hughes

The road to Valentine: Kynan Hughes

Ahead of the premiere of his first full length work, Valentine, choreographer and dancer Kynan ...
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Win a double pass to the Brandenburg Quartet in Perth!

Win a double pass to the Brandenburg Quartet in Perth!

Seesaw has a double pass to give away to the Brandenburg Quartet, who will be ...
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Close encounters of the remote kind

Close encounters of the remote kind

Review: Visitants: Close encounters with remote Western Australia ◆ FORM Gallery, Perth ◆ Review by ...
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Falling for Washington... again

Falling for Washington… again

Review: Megan Washington with West Australian Symphony Orchestra ◆ Perth Concert Hall, 27 October ◆ ...
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A whirlwind tour of ideas

A whirlwind tour of ideas

Review: Strut Dance: “Short Cuts”, Program A and B Studio 3, King St Arts Centre, ...
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Tragedy is a triumph

Tragedy is a triumph

Opera: West Australian Opera: Lucia di Lammermoor ◆ His Majesty's Theatre, Perth, Western Australia, 26 ...
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Sleeping beasts and spectacular contraptions

Sleeping beasts and spectacular contraptions

Review: Speak Percussion presents Fluorophone ◆ Tura New Music Totally Huge New Music Festival, 25 ...
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Birds of a feather

Birds of a feather

Review: Aeon, Lz Dunn and collaborators◆ Presented by PICA and Tura New Music as part ...
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Side by side

Side by side

What happens when you exhibit amateur and professional art works side by side... and anonymously? ...
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The repose of the bathroom

The repose of the bathroom

I cannot be this person anymore. I have always known deep down in my biology ...
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mais pourquoi 23 October

mais pourquoi 23 October

Petronella's conversations always resonated with some unspoken truth. Read more from mais pourquois at et-maispourquoi.blogspot.com.au ...
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Stranger than fiction

Stranger than fiction

Review: I Am My Own Wife, Black Swan State Theatre Company ◆ Studio Underground, 18 ...
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Local musical is world-class

Local musical is world-class

Review: Once We Lived Here, Western Sky Theatre ◆ The Blue Room Theatre, 19 October ...
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Bali serves up whip-smart treat

Bali serves up whip-smart treat

Review: Bali, The Last Great Hunt ◆ Subiaco Arts Centre, 19 October ◆ Review by ...
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Beauty and the bathroom

Beauty and the bathroom

Review: Within Touching Distance, Mardi Crocker ◆ Spectrum Project Space ◆ Review by Jenny Scott ...
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Ada - Chapter Two

Ada – Chapter Two

Ada is the working title of a novel-in-progress by Varnya Bromilow.  This is chapter two ...
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Unpacking our libraries: a reflection on creating

Unpacking our libraries: a reflection on creating

Behind every artist is a rich collection, a "library", compiled of works by other creators, ...
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Un-Ravel-ing the musical threads

Un-Ravel-ing the musical threads

Review: 'French Connections' – WASO with cellist Li-Wei Qin and conductor Douglas Boyd ◆ Perth ...
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Every cat has its day

Every cat has its day

Review: The Life and Times of Scarface Claw ◆ Awesome Festival, State Library of WA ...
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A step back in time

A step back in time

Review: The Secret Project: Dispatch ◆ Wireless Hill, 7 October ◆ Reviewed by Nina Levy ◆ ...
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The story behind the storyteller: Sally Richardson

The story behind the storyteller: Sally Richardson

Sally Richardson's work defies simple definition. Bringing together circus, theatre, puppetry and clowning, her latest ...
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Up, up and away!

Up, up and away!

Review: Polar Bears Go Up ◆ Awesome Festival, Heath Ledger Theatre, 5 October ◆ Reviewed ...
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Exciting, acrobatic and muddy!

Exciting, acrobatic and muddy!

Review: Kaleidescope and Mud Island ◆ Awesome Festival, 4 October ◆ Review by Veronica Bromilow ...
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Rethinking the landscape

Rethinking the landscape

Review: Looking Glass, Gregory Pryor ◆ Art Gallery of WA ◆ Review by Phoebe Mulcahy ◆ Hear ...
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922/1000

922/1000

Review: The Spaceman Cometh ◆ Awesome Festival, 30 September ◆ Review by Sir Cassidy Runyon ...
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Best when it's one-on-one

Best when it’s one-on-one

Review: Proximity Festival, Programs A and B ◆ Cathedral Square precinct, 27 September ◆ Review ...
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mais pourquoi: Wednesday 27 September

mais pourquoi: Wednesday 27 September

Piecrust wasn't sure how to tell Alexandra that he actually really wanted to be a ...
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Evocative, freaky wonderment

Evocative, freaky wonderment

Rules of Summer, Spare Parts Puppet Theatre ◆ Dolphin Theatre, 22 September ◆ Review by ...
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Powerful & visceral

Powerful & visceral

Hypatia, Open Lid Ensemble ◆ The Blue Room Theatre, 20 September ◆ Review by Xan ...
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Reality cheque

Reality cheque

Review: Taylor Reudavey’s "I Know How Hard It Can Get" Moana Project Space, 9 September ...
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A brave new step

A brave new step

What makes a father-of-two with no formal dance training sign up to dance in a ...
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A feast for the eyes, ears and brain

A feast for the eyes, ears and brain

Review: Laika: A Staged Radio Play, Second Chance Theatre • The Blue Room Theatre, 13 ...
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The flash before the crash

The flash before the crash

Review: The Great Gatsby: West Australian Ballet - His Majesty's Theatre, 14 September - Review ...
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Photography by M. Miller-Furesh

Photography by M. Miller-Furesh

'ROA Platypus - Midland Railway Workshops, Western Australia  2011'. Photo: M. Miller-Furesh ...
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mais pourquoi: Thursday 14 September

mais pourquoi: Thursday 14 September

After two days of receiving the silent treatment from Louis, Sandra finaly snapped. Read more ...
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A sneak peek at PIAF 2018

A sneak peek at PIAF 2018

Scorching days, balmy nights… it won’t be long til it’s summer in Perth... the season ...
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Telling West Australian stories

Telling West Australian stories

Wendy Martin, artistic director of Perth International Arts Festival, talks to Nina Levy about the ...
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Designed to delight

Designed to delight

Review: ‘Wagner’s World”, Asher Fisch presenting and conducting West Australian Symphony Orchestra - Perth Concert ...
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Something good, something really good

Something good, something really good

Review: The Zone: Co3 - State Theatre Centre, 7 September - Review by Varnya Bromilow ...
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Remaking the old into new

Remaking the old into new

Review: Jen Cloher - Mojo's Bar, 3 September - Review by Kevin Runions - Jen ...
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Science made poetic and personable

Science made poetic and personable

Review: Energies: Haines & Hinterding - Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, 1 September - Review ...
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A collection of songs at the Cathedral

A collection of songs at the Cathedral

Review: Concerts at One: Classical voice students from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts ...
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Sparking dialogue

Sparking dialogue

Review: "Silence", Kyle Hughes-Odgers - Turner Galleries, opening night 1 September - Review by Belinda ...
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A musical masterclass

A musical masterclass

Review: "Inspiring Wagner", West Australian Symphony Orchestra, presented and conducted by Asher Fisch - Perth ...
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An uplifting lunch break

An uplifting lunch break

Review: Concerts at One: Prendiville Catholic College - St George’s Cathedral, 30 August 2017 - ...
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Vantage point

Vantage point

Review: The Perth Centre for Photography’s Iris Award 2017 - Review by: Belinda Hermawan - ...
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In the spotlight: Francesco Lo Surdo, West Australian Symphony Orchestra 

In the spotlight: Francesco Lo Surdo, West Australian Symphony Orchestra 

Unlike the usual suspects – piano, violin – you don’t often hear of children taking ...
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mais pourquoi: Tuesday 29 August

mais pourquoi: Tuesday 29 August

Johannes embarked on a new research project. Read more from mais pourquois at et-maispourquoi.blogspot.com.au ...
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Human versus fate: Mozart & Mahler

Human versus fate: Mozart & Mahler

Review: Asher Fisch conducts Mozart and Mahler, West Australian Symphony Orchestra - Perth Concert Hall, ...
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Wit of the acerbic kind: Switzerland

Wit of the acerbic kind: Switzerland

Review: Black Swan Theatre Company- State Theatre Centre, 24 September - Review by Varnya Bromilow- As ...
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Scratching Under the Surface: Richard Bell

Scratching Under the Surface: Richard Bell

Review: Scratch an Aussie, Richard Bell - Art Gallery of Western Australia, 22 August - Review ...
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Strange & stunning: Arteries by Ancestry

Strange & stunning: Arteries by Ancestry

Review: Arteries by Ancestry, FUGUE - The Blue Room Theatre, 22 August - Reviewed by Jenny ...
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Rapping and weaving: Hannah Brontë

Rapping and weaving: Hannah Brontë

Claire Trolio catches up with Hannah Brontë, one of nine artists performing in the 2017 ...
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Transmission Interrupted - Alex Hobba: A Conversation

Transmission Interrupted – Alex Hobba: A Conversation

Review: "A Conversation", Alex Hobba -  Moana Project Space -  Review by Phoebe Mulcahy -  ...
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A tense and captivating ride

A tense and captivating ride

Review: An Almost Perfect Thing, Gabrielle Metcalf - The Blue Room Theatre, 15 August - Reviewed ...
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Placing old age centre stage

Placing old age centre stage

Acclaimed Australian actor Jenny Davis OAM talks to Nina Levy about why her role in ...
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Real hope

Real hope

Review: Sista Girl - Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company and State Theatre Company of South Australia ...
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Confronting privilege & prejudice: Bell Shakespeare's 'Merchant of Venice'

Confronting privilege & prejudice: Bell Shakespeare’s ‘Merchant of Venice’

Review: The Merchant of Venice - Bell Shakespeare - State Theatre Centre of WA - ...
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THE FLOOD

THE FLOOD

when the flood came, in generous waves and pouring rain so cacophonous the pounding on ...
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Implanted clouds: Builded Remnants

Implanted clouds: Builded Remnants

Review: Builded Remnants - Berndnaut Smilde - The Goods Shed - Reviewed by Phoebe Mulcahy ...
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mais pourquoi: Wednesday 9 August

mais pourquoi: Wednesday 9 August

Iris coordinated focus groups for the Federal Onomatopoeia Council ...
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1984: the message amidst the medium

1984: the message amidst the medium

Review: 1984, Headlong, Nottingham Playhouse & Almeida Theatre - His Majesty’s Theatre, 4 August - Reviewed by ...
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Dancing at any age

Dancing at any age

Perth's newest dance ensemble is rewriting the rules about who gets to perform, discovers Nina ...
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Twists, turns and music: Jenny Simpson (Part II)

Twists, turns and music: Jenny Simpson (Part II)

In "Twists, turns and music: part I", AWESOME Arts CEO Jenny Simpson told Nina Levy ...
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Twist, turns and music: Jenny Simpson (Part I)

Twist, turns and music: Jenny Simpson (Part I)

This year Jenny Simpson is celebrating a decade at the helm of AWESOME Arts, an ...
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Disrupted

Disarming and disruptive

It’s all about disarming assumption, unravelling expectation and provoking curiosity at the fourth Disrupted Festival ...
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mais pourquoi: Monday 24 July

mais pourquoi: Monday 24 July

Earl quickly gained a reputation as a marketing consultant who told you what you didn't ...
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A delicate and poignant gem: Coma Land

A delicate and poignant gem: Coma Land

Review: Coma Land - Black Swan State Theatre Company & Performing Lines WA - Studio ...
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Something in nothing: Immaterial

Something in nothing: Immaterial

by Gemma Ben-Ary and Mandy Harwood - Spectrum Project Space, Edith Cowan University, Mt Lawley ...
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Innocence and experience

Innocence and experience

Roslyn Oades is at the forefront of headphone-verbatim theatre – an innovative form that fuses ...
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mais pourquoi - monday 17 july

mais pourquoi – monday 17 july

During the saddest moments of her life, Regine could always count on Alyosha to arrive ...
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Theatrical gold

Theatrical gold

Review: The Merry Widow - West Australian Opera - His Majesty's Theatre - 15 July ...
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Montages: More than just a supercut

Montages: More than just a supercut

Review: Montages: The Full Cut 1999–2015 - Artist Tracey Moffatt and collaborator Gary Hillberg - ...
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Saltbush

Choreographed by light

Review: Saltbush Compagnia TPO & Insite Arts Studio Underground, State Theatre Centre of WA 12 ...
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Ada

Ada

by Varnya Bromilow – The doctor was looking at her in a way that she ...
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The Arrival

A strange and beautiful ride

Review: The Arrival - Spare Parts Puppet Theatre - The Dolphin Theatre, University of Western ...
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A powerful punch: Good Little Soldier

A powerful punch: Good Little Soldier

Review: Good Little Soldier Ochre Contemporary Dance Company and The Farm Subiaco Theatre Centre 9 ...
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Mais pourquoi

mais pourquoi – monday 10 july

Kristen was looking for a new co-conspirator. Read more from mais pourquois at et-maispourquoi.blogspot.com.au ...
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How to watch contemporary dance

How to watch contemporary dance

If you’re not familiar with it, watching a contemporary dance work may seem like a ...
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A most rewarding puzzle

A most rewarding puzzle

Review: Rubik, Elizabeth Tan - Published by Brio Books - Reviewed by Belinda Hermawan - ...
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Dark, disturbing depiction of dysfunction

Dark, disturbing depiction of dysfunction

Review: The Eisteddfod, Black Swan State Theatre Company - Studio Underground, State Theatre Centre of ...
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Young musicians impress

Young musicians impress

Review: Concerts at One: John XXIII College -  St George’s Cathedral -  21 June 2017 ...
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