The Fringe Sessions 2019

Q&A with Fringe World 2019 artists.

5 men jumping in the air with umbrellas

A steep learning curve

As returning Fringe World favourites, the Djuki Mala dancers need no introduction. The ensemble's charismatic blend of choreography from both ...
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The Big City

A clown in the city

Louis Spencer's new work The Big City has come full circle. Bringing together clowning, cabaret, comedy and puppetry in what ...
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Wreaking feminist havoc

Charlotte Otton may be a Sydneysider by birth but in the four years that she’s been living in Perth, she’s ...
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A man doing magic

Creating a world of magical realism

It took more than an earthquake to stop Jeff Robinson from pursuing his dreams of being a circus artist. Now ...
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Twisting the narrative

Twisting the narrative

Whether you loved or loathed Elizabeth Gilbert's novel Eat Pray Love (and the film that followed), local theatre-maker Andrew Sutherland ...
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Girl standing in front of dystopian looking building

A not-so-imaginary future

Unprecedented heat waves, floods, bushfires... at a time when the effects of climate change are all too evident in Australia, ...
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A sultry woman with a shiny black bob peers out from behind red fabric.

When rock n’ roll met cabaret

Suave in her suit, Carla Lippis is the epitome of cabaret cool with her shiny bob, heavily lined lids and cigar ...
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A person in a pig costume and a young woman in dungarees against a cartoon backdrop of a forest

A creative, curious and enterprising pig

Serena Chalker may be best known as a choreographer of site-specific dance but this January will see her slip into ...
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Two young people squatting in front of graffiti. One is smoking the other is on her phone.

On trusting your gut

It’s been little more than a year since Isaac Diamond graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts but ...
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