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  • Brenna Harding as Rose Pickles (right) with Natash Herbert as Dolly Pickles. Photo: Philip Gostelow. No clouds in Rose’s head
    Q&A

    No clouds in Rose’s head

    5 March 2020

    This is the second time that actor Brenna Harding has taken on the role of Rose Pickles in the stage adaptation of Tim Winton’s epic novel Cloudstreet. A co-production by Black Swan State Theatre Company and Malthouse Theatre, directed by Matthew Lutton, the production debuted in Melbourne in 2019, and is currently playing Perth Festival. And Brenna is relishing the chance to revisit her role in the play, she tells Nina Levy.

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    Reading time • 5 minutesPerth Festival
  • Raw and relevant
    Review

    Raw and relevant

    26 February 2020

    Amanda Palmer’s voice was raw, earthy and emotive, but Erin Hutchinson found it was her message that was most powerful.

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    Reading time • 4 minutesPerth Festival
  • Beauty and bewilderment
    Review

    Beauty and bewilderment

    25 February 2020

    Tiffany Ha praises Hansel and Gretel, despite some questionable production aspects.

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    Reading time • 4 minutesPerth Festival
  • Love tells the story of a boy, his mum and their love luggage. Photo supplied Summer 2020 gig guide for kids
    Feature

    Summer 2020 gig guide for kids

    17 December 2019

    Summer has barely begun and we’re sweltering already. Thankfully we have the beach and festival season to help us and our children through these hot months. Read on for Seesaw’s curated list of the Fringe and Perth Festivals.

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    Reading time • 7 minutesKids
  • Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa and Pavan Kumar Hari. image credit Daniel J Grant.jpg Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa and Pavan Kumar Hari. image credit Daniel J Grant.jpg Cream of the crop 2019
    Feature

    Cream of the crop 2019

    13 December 2019

    Which shows were Seesaw writers’ favourites this year? What were the highlights and lowlights for the arts in WA? And which artists will our contributors be looking out for in 2020? As 2019 draws to a close, Seesaw writers reflect on the year that was and the year that will be.

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    Reading time • 10 minutesMusic
  • Photo: Jacob Nash. Walking the walk with Iain Grandage
    Feature

    Walking the walk with Iain Grandage

    31 October 2019

    We are living in strange times but Iain Grandage’s debut program for Perth Festival provides a sense of hope. Nina Levy spoke to the Festival’s new artistic…

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  • Soloist Karina Utomo. Photo: Rachael Barrett. A woman singing against a pink drape. Balancing the scale
    Opinion

    Balancing the scale

    8 March 2019

    Did anyone else notice? Featured among the international artists appearing at the Perth Festival were two local composers, and they were both women. Cat Hope’s searing…

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    Reading time • 6 minutesMusic
  • Cassils, Alchemic, as part of Perth Festival, at Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, 2019.
Photo: Christophe Canato. Image courtesy of Cassils and Ronald Feldman Gallery. Three people in an art gallery, watching a film of a person in a fire-proof suit, engulfed in flames. Flux and fluidity
    Review

    Flux and fluidity

    27 February 2019

    Review: Cassils, “Alchemic” and Marco Fusinato, “Lower Power” · PICA, 16 February · Review by Jenny Scott · Curated by Anne Loxley and Eugenio Viola, “Alchemic” offers an…

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    Reading time • 5 minutesPerth Festival
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