Performing arts

A deep dive into the heart of darkness

A deep dive into the heart of darkness

Review: Feet First Collective, S-27 ⋅ Fremantle Arts Centre ⋅ Review by Steven Cohen ⋅ There’s something about dystopian reality ...
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Sweeney sets the blood racing

Sweeney sets the blood racing

Review: WA Opera, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street · By Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler · His Majesty's Theatre, 13 ...
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Captivating creatures

Captivating creatures

Review: Spare Parts Puppet Theatre, Fox ⋅ Spare Parts Puppet Theatre, Fremantle, July 6 ⋅ Review by Bethany Stopher ⋅ Based on ...
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Witnessing self-definition

Witnessing self-definition

Review: Joshua Pether, Jupiter Orbiting · PICA, 24 May · Review by Patrick Gunasekera · Two years since its initial development ...
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The Tap Pack

From the iconic to the electric

Review: The Tap Pack · Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre 3 July · Review by Xan Ashbury · While it’s fair ...
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Puppetry and dance perfect partners

Puppetry and dance perfect partners

Review: Spare Parts Puppet Theatre, Fox ⋅ Spare Parts Puppet Theatre, Fremantle, July 6 ⋅ Review by Rosalind Appleby ⋅ “There are no ...
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Jazz rains supreme

Jazz rains supreme

Review: West Australian Youth Jazz Orchestra, King Street Corner Pocket Jazz Festival ⋅ His Majesty's Theatre and surrounding venues, July 4-6 ⋅ ...
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Much Ado About Nothing Rehearsal. Zindzi Okenyo, Vivienne Awosoga, Suzanne Pereira. Photo: Prudence Upton.

WIN a double pass to Bell Shakespeare’s ‘Much Ado About Nothing’

We have two double passes to give away to see Bell Shakespeare’s production of Much Ado About Nothing, on August ...
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Single dancer to the right of image

WIN a double pass to Bangarra Dance Theatre’s ’30 years of sixty five thousand’

We have two double passes to give away to see the matinee performance of "Bangarra: 30 years of sixty five thousand", ...
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Floor Thirteen

A thrilling dance around memory

Review: Marshall Stay, Floor Thirteen · The Blue Room Theatre, 13 July · Review by Miranda Johnson · Phoebe is ...
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