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Peter Wright's production of the Tchaikovsky classic is a family friendly experience. Australian Ballet team up with Orchestra Victoria to tell the story of ballet student Clara, who is given a nutcracker...
If you had two undergraduate degrees, one in arts and one in engineering, and a masters in creative writing what would you do? Xavier Toby’s answer is to work in the mines for six months, write a book...
You Took the Stars is set in an alley behind the North Melbourne Town Hall (hence meeting on the steps) and explores modern relationships in all of its dysfunctional glory at the Melbourne Fringe...
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For anyone seriously interested in theatre, this is not to be missed
Chunky Move continue to push boundaries
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The new play from award-winning actor and writer Brendan Cowell
John Bell's company turns 25, celebrates by doing what it does best
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