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  • Photo: Anthony Tran Pushed to the brink
    Opinion

    Pushed to the brink

    5 April 2020

    In difficult times we turn to the arts for comfort… but as the COVID-19 crisis intensifies, the Australian arts sector is being eroded, writes Nina Levy.

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    Reading time • 8 minutesTheatre
  • Photo: Annie Harvey The phenomenon of pornography
    The Fringe Sessions

    The phenomenon of pornography

    4 February 2020

    Charlotte Otton and Andrew Sutherland are both known for making smart and subversive theatre. They’ve joined forces in 30 Day Free Trial, to explore pornography and performance.

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  • St John Cowcher singing into a microphone The end of the world, rock style
    The Fringe Sessions

    The end of the world, rock style

    22 January 2020

    What better way to tell a story about the end of the world than a rock’n’roll cabaret show with plenty of Ziggy Stardust and a nod to Nick Cave?

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  • A close up of a dial-face telephone, in the dark Channelling ghosts on the graveyard shift
    The Fringe Sessions

    Channelling ghosts on the graveyard shift

    21 January 2020

    If you’re looking for something spooky this Fringe, Hannah Cockroft’s new play Talkback promises plenty of paranormal activity.

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  • Girl in a carrot suit, in a supermarket aisle Fresh food and feminism
    The Fringe Sessions

    Fresh food and feminism

    21 January 2020

    Set on the shelves of a supermarket, BITE ME, by emerging local playwright Sian Murphy, takes a playful approach to sparking a conversation about the male gaze.

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    Reading time • 6 minutesTheatre
  • Tony Bonani Miyambo puts on a powerfully physical performance as Red Peter in Kafka's Ape. Caught between worlds
    Review

    Caught between worlds

    21 January 2020

    Tony Bonani Miyambo gives a masterful physical performance in the gut-wrenching work that is Kafka’s Ape, writes Craig McKeough.

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    Reading time • 4 minutesFringe World Festival
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