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Ngarluma and Yindjibarndi people from the Pilbara region bring their voice to the Melbourne Festival with a cross cultural exploration of myth and exploitation.
Dance exists in a space beyond words, and there is a definite sense that movement can be more supple, more ambiguous and fluid than text. Italo Calvino said "There is no language without deceit"; should we...
It’s impossible to approach a new production of Les Misérables with anything but trepidation. Our modern age is bitterly full of reboots, remakes and ‘improved versions’ that have resulted in...
Latest Melbourne theatre reviews
Words and movement come to a ceasefire
Epic spectacle at its best; the quintessential modern musical
Once makes a strong case for the power of music
Montreal brings a slightly muted vision of the city to Melbourne Festival
Caroline Lee expresses herself through words and pictures simultaneously
This dream is so fast it’s more like a mid-afternoon nap
A a tract on the power and responsibility of art
A big fish is the least of worries for this feisty girl and her grandfather
Melbourne theatre previews, news & interviews
Artistic Director David McAllister breathes new life into old classics
A bewildering, chaotic world that sets out on a journey of recovery
The director of the award winning musical talks about the power of music
Maude Davey dons a suit for her latest role as a transgendered killer
The 2015 season for Malthouse has been announced
John Bell's company turns 25, celebrates by doing what it does best
Oh Baby, we're ready for you… Dirty Dancing is coming to Melbourne in 2015
What do Hitchcock, Tim Rogers and Steve Vizard have in common?