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A Social Service sees David Woods and Nicola Gunn teaming up again in this performance-art-analysis of the public housing system, and the people at the top who control it. It's a smart send-up of greed...
Picnic is an intimate dance-theatre work conceived and performed by KAGE creative director Gerard Van Dyck, who is returning to the solo stage after the successful production The Collapsible Man ....
American playwright Lisa D'Amour's Pulitzer-nominated dark comedy – premiering in Victoria at Red Stitch this month – delves into class struggle and suburban isolation. Ben and Mary live in a...
Latest Melbourne theatre reviews
A fine rendering of Conor McPherson’s chilling ghost tale
Fleur Kilpatrick's crawling eye turns to lust in the fashion industry
Misses a certain oomph-fulfilling hook to carry it through
Morgan Rose's entire cast is tremendous
Victorian Opera serves up a deliciously dark slice of gothic horror
The little show that could has become the big show that shouldn't
The crown may be slipping, but this show still rules them all
This skirmish with a cinema masterpiece is not short on ambition
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Our reigning queen of music theatre plays another fabulous dame
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Ash Flanders' new show explores the joys of YouTube voyeurism
William Forsythe's 'impossible' work comes to Melbourne