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  • Maniya Amin Dehghan, Harry Hamzat, Satchen Lucido and Happyness Yasini. Presented by Perth Festival and co-produced by Performing Lines WA and Encounter. Four young people of colour stand on stage. At the front one young woman points hopefully at something out of shot. The set is the deck of a boat. Cream of the crop 2021
    Features

    Cream of the crop 2021

    15 December 2021

    Which shows were Seesaw Mag’s favourites this year? We ask our writers to reflect on the year that was… and the year that will be.

    Reading time • 10 minutesMulti-arts
  • A man dressed as a sailor sits in front of a screen onto which is projected an ocean. What to SEE: CinemaStage
    What to SEE

    What to SEE: CinemaStage

    27 October 2021

    West Australian company Theatre 180 has been charming audiences with a new approach to storytelling that marries live performance to the silver screen.

    Reading time • 10 minutes
  • Photo: Stewart Thorpe Photography A man dressed in a sailor outfit holds is sailor cap aloft. In the background is a projection of the ocean's surface A true tale of two ships
    Reviews

    A true tale of two ships

    20 August 2021

    The loss of the Australian light cruiser Sydney II and its crew was one of the great tragedies of Australia at war, and its discovery over 60 years later was a triumph of commitment and perseverance. David Zampatti was moved by both stories as told by Theatre 180.

    Reading time • 5 minutesTheatre
  • A woman dressed as a man holds a large gun up to two men. They are dressed in trousers, shirts and braces that suggest a scene from the early 20th century. The backdrop is of West Australian bush; a huge gum tree is in the foreground. A fortunate adaptation
    Reviews

    A fortunate adaptation

    2 September 2020

    Designed to be performed in front of a cinema screen, THEATRE 180 and CinemaStage’s stage adaptation of Albert Facey’s classic novel A Fortunate Life is stylish and innovative, reports David Zampatti.

    Reading time • 5 minutesTheatre

Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio