Theatre

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Part cracking musical, part Indigenous family drama, Belvoir’s latest production deserves to go far
By Fiona McGregor
The annual festival of experimental art energised Sydney’s Carriageworks over ten days
By Fiona McGregor
Nat Randall plays a five-minute scene of attempted reconciliation – with 100 different men over 24 hours
By Fiona McGregor
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Agatha Gothe-Snape’s performance work interrogates and celebrates one of the great conceptual artists
By Fiona McGregor
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Audio describers bring theatre to life for the vision impaired
By Paul Connolly
Taylor Mac’s ‘HIR’ at Belvoir is not your average kitchen-sink drama
By Fiona McGregor
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Malthouse Theatre’s ‘The Real and Imagined History of the Elephant Man’ runs the risk of erasing its protagonist
By Alison Croggon
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La Mama, one of Australia’s most influential theatre companies, turns 50
By Alison Croggon
Susie Dee and Patricia Cornelius deliver the wake-up call Australian theatre needs
By Fiona McGregor
Does the playful transgression of Caryl Churchill’s ‘Cloud Nine’ still have the capacity to shock?
By Harry Windsor
State Theatre Company South Australia updates Henrik Ibsen’s ‘A Doll’s House’ for contemporary Australia
By Jane Howard
Malthouse Theatre’s ‘Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.’ is an exciting but nihilistic condemnation of how contemporary feminism has been derailed
By Alison Croggon
‘Macbeth’ at Melbourne Theatre Company attempts to draw on the tension between high and low art
By Alison Croggon
‘Wild Bore’ at the Malthouse Theatre is an irreverent criticism of criticism itself
By Alison Croggon
Malthouse Theatre and Sydney Theatre Company’s co-production of ‘Away’ explores the shadows of Gow’s sunny and much-loved text
By Alison Croggon
‘Joan’, created by Kate Davis and Emma Valente, is sensory, shapeshifting theatre at its very best
By Alison Croggon
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The arts funding cuts are just a symptom of a broader malaise in Australia
By Alison Croggon
Taking ‘Stories I Want to Tell You in Person’ to India
By Lally Katz

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