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  • Humphrey Bower and Gibson Nolte in Savage Grace. Photo: Daniel Grant Humphrey Bower and Gibson Nolte sit opposite one another on office chairs, in the corner of a room that has a white floor and black walls. Between them sits a bunch of flowers on a coffee table. They are having what looks like an animated discussion. Bower wears a casual suit, Nolte wears a lab coat over jeans and Converse sneakers. A tender reckoning with right and wrong
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    A tender reckoning with right and wrong

    13 August 2021

    While Savage Grace serves a vital role in transmitting queer elders’ stories to the next generation, Patrick Gunasekera says that this incisive work is a gift to audiences from all walks of life.

    Reading time • 5 minutesTheatre
  • Natalie Allen performs in Julia. Natalie Allen as Julia Gillard has one finger raised and her mouth open as though she has swung around to retort. She wears a bright red wig and blue suit. A dance work for our times
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    A dance work for our times

    23 May 2021

    Solo dance work JULIA is a work for our times, a powerful statement of feminist resistance and rage, with a glimmer of hope, writes Nina Levy.

    Reading time • 6 minutesDance
  • Julia at Harvey Town Hall Natalie Allen performing JULIA. Wearing a bright red wig and a blue suit over a white t-shirt, she is leaning over a table with one arm extended as though punctuating a point. A springboard to empower women
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    A springboard to empower women

    5 May 2021

    It’s been nearly 10 years since Julia Gillard made her landmark misogyny speech in parliament, but local director Sally Richardson believes there’s never been a better time to look back to that seminal moment in Australian history.

    Reading time • 10 minutesDance
  • From cabaret horror to Zoom duos
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    From cabaret horror to Zoom duos

    24 February 2021

    “MoveMoveMove” is a choreographic, sonic and visual adventure through independent local dance, one that finishes next door to another kind of journey in Feminism Has No Borders, discovers Nina Levy.

    Reading time • 9 minutesPerth Festival
  • Dance and music in the attic
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    Dance and music in the attic

    28 November 2020

    Reminding us of theatre’s ability to synthesise the joys and pleasures of the past with contemporary forms, STRUT Dance and Tura New Music’s ‘Situ-8’ is an evocative program of short new site-specific works, writes Jonathan W. Marshall.

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Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio