Performing arts

Ian Wilkes and Michael Leslie in 3.3

Reclaiming language through dance

It's been decades since Michael Leslie has taken to the stage but the legendary Aboriginal dancer and choreographer is about ...
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PAWA Awards 2017

Best on the boards

As readers of Seesaw know, the WA performing arts sector punches well above its weight in terms of both the ...
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Claire Voss and Oscar Valdes in La Sylphide. Photo by Emma Fishwick

An enchanting escape

Review: West Australian Ballet, La Sylphide · His Majesty’s Theatre, 18 May · Review by Amy Wiseman · Attending the ...
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Denmark Festival of Voice

Raise your voices

Denmark will be awash with harmonies over the WA Day long weekend, when hundreds of people descend on the town ...
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Susie Conte in Sparrow

A window on the past

Review: Tempest Theatre, Sparrow by Susie Conte · Subiaco Arts Centre Studio, 3 May  · Review by David Zampatti · ...
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Glitter and be gay

Musical magic in Mount Lawley

Review: Emma Matthews with WAAPA's Faith Court Orchestra, "Glitter and be Gay" · Judith Cottier Theatre, 12 May · Review ...
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summer of the 17th doll

Black Swan’s Doll is a revelation

Review: Black Swan State Theatre Company, Summer of the Seventeenth Doll  · Heath Ledger Theatre, May 9 · Review by ...
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Iain Grandage

And the director is…

Perth Festival has announced the appointment of Iain Grandage as artistic director of Perth Festival 2020-2023, succeeding current director Wendy ...
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Rise WAAPA dance

Students rise to the challenge

Review: WAAPA Dance: Rise · Geoff Gibbs Theatre, 5 May · Review by Nina Levy · When it comes to ...
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Hive Mind

Tasty home-grown honey

Review: Rorschach Beast, Hive Mind · Blue Room Theatre, 3 May · Review by Xan Ashbury · Monday nights in ...
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