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  • A Brutal Farewell. Photo: Stephen Heath Photography. A man wearing a geometric frame around his face (so that his hair is not visible) strums a ukeleke. He is dressed in black and stands against a black background, and both his face and the frame are a cream colour so they stand out. Variety proves spicy at TILT 2021
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    Variety proves spicy at TILT 2021

    23 September 2021

    As always, David Zampatti relishes the opportunity to gain an insight into the minds and preoccupations of graduating performance makers from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.

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  • Photo: Marnie Richardson A woman lies in a field of clover. Only her head and shoulders are in shot. Her crimson jumper is stark against the bright green leaves. What to SEE: Watch and Act
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    What to SEE: Watch and Act

    7 September 2021

    How do we cope with the impending climate catastrophe? Do we need a new kind of emergency warning system… or Nigella Lawson? Local theatre maker Katie McAllister explores the answers in her new play Watch and Act.

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  • (Left to right): Claire Appleby, Scarlet Davis, Shaun Johnston, Christopher Moro. Photo: Kaifu Studios Four friends sit around a large table, laughing. Diving into the drink
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    Diving into the drink

    3 September 2021

    Though it doesn’t answer all the questions it raises about drinking culture, My Shout is encouraging debut theatre production from a capable team.

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  • 2021.08.15 - Image of Gala Shevtsov - Photo by Hannah Evelyn A head and shoulders shot of a woman with her back to the camera looks to her left, proffering a string of pearls. Her shoulders are bare but for two thin black straps and she wears a tiara. A feminist take on Shakespeare
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    A feminist take on Shakespeare

    17 August 2021

    Local theatre collective Blank Space Productions is giving Shakespeare a feminist makeover at the Blue Room Theatre this month. Nina Levy caught up with Blank Space’s founder and creative director, Bridget Le May, to find out more.

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Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio