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  • Chihiro Nomura as Alice and Juan Carlos Osma as Lewis Carroll in ALICE (in wonderland). Photo by Scott Dennis (14).JPG Chihiro Nomura as Alice and Juan Carlos Osma as Lewis Carroll in ALICE (in wonderland). Photo by Scott Dennis (14).JPG Whimsical and wonderful: an Alice for all ages
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    Whimsical and wonderful: an Alice for all ages

    26 November 2019

    Junior reviews: West Australian Ballet, Alice (in wonderland) · His Majesty’s Theatre · Reviews by Bethany Stopher (13) and Saskia Haluszkiewicz, aged 9 · Opening night,…

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  • Chihiro Nomura as Alice and Matthew Lehmann as the Cheshire Cat in ALICE (in wonderland). Photo by Sergey Pevnev (3) Chihiro Nomura as Alice and Matthew Lehmann as the Cheshire Cat in ALICE (in wonderland). Photo by Sergey Pevnev (3) Ending the year on a high note
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    Ending the year on a high note

    22 November 2019

    Review: West Australian Ballet, Alice (in wonderland) · His Majesty’s Theatre, 21 November · Review by Nina Levy · West Australian Ballet (WAB) is ending the…

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  • James Clayton as Macbeth. Photo James Rogers a king spotlit on a dark stage, with witches in the shadows Magnificent Macbeth
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    Magnificent Macbeth

    21 October 2019

    Review: West Australian Opera, Macbeth ⋅
    His Majesty’s Theatre, 19 October ⋅
    Review by Sandra Bowdler ⋅

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  • Alexa Tuzil as Giselle and Juan Carlos Osma as Albrecht in Giselle (2019) (2). Photo by Sergey Pevnev Alexa Tuzil as Giselle and Juan Carlos Osma as Albrecht in Giselle (2019) (2). Photo by Sergey Pevnev Sparkling duo leads the way
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    Sparkling duo leads the way

    15 September 2019

    Review: West Australian Ballet, Giselle ·
    His Majesty’s Theatre, 14 September ·
    Review by Nina Levy ·

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  • Aurora Jillibalu Riley, Karina Schiller, Sam Aldham, Spenser Inwood, Adam Malone, Photo: Rob Blackburn. In precarious hands
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    In precarious hands

    26 July 2019

    Review: Circus Oz, ‘Precarious’ ·
    His Majesty’s Theatre, 25 July·
    Review by Varnya Bromilow ·

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    Reading time • 4 minutesCircus
  • Libby Hammer Quartet, Downstairs at the Maj. Photo Rosalind Appleby Jazz rains supreme
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    Jazz rains supreme

    5 July 2019

    Review: West Australian Youth Jazz Orchestra, King Street Corner Pocket Jazz Festival ⋅
    His Majesty’s Theatre and surrounding venues, July 4-6 ⋅
    Review by Ron Banks ⋅

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  • Alexa Tuzil as Nikiya in La Bayadère. Photo by Sergey Pevnev (3) A rare treat
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    A rare treat

    12 May 2019

    West Australian Ballet, La Bayadère · His Majesty’s Theatre, 9 May · Review by Amy Wiseman · La Bayadère or The Temple Dancer is not widely…

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  • Dada Masilo's Giselle.
26 April 2017, The Dance Factory, Johannesburg.
Dada Masilo’s GISELLE will have its World Premiere in Oslo, Norway on May 4th.
In South Africa, it will Preview at the UJ Theatre in Johannesburg on June 24th and 25th.
And have its South African premiere at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown on June 29th to July 1st.

Choreography - Dada Masilo
Music - Philip Miller

Dancers: Dada Masilo, Kyle Rossouw, Llewellyn Mnguni, Tshepo Zasekhaya, Khaya Ndlovu, Liyabuya Gongo, Ipeleng Merafe, Nadine Buys, Zandile Constable, Thabani Ntuli, Thami Tshabalala, Thami Majela.

Lighting: Suzette le Sueur
Photograph: John Hogg Dada Masilo reaching out to audience The marvellous Masilo
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    The marvellous Masilo

    1 March 2019

    Perth Festival review: Dada Masilo’s Giselle ·
    His Majesty’s Theatre, 28 February ·
    Review by Nina Levy ·

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