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Joseph Sherman’s play is a brave, outstanding work that confronts the experience of Alzheimer’s.
An empathetic production about a community almost never seen onstage.
A fistful of narratives converge in a searing portrait of absurd and brutal immigration policy.
It's not a prestige drama or an outright parody, which makes critical assessment tricky, says Mel Campbell.
Havelock Stevens is one of the more exciting contemporary artists working today, with an astute pulse on the collective psyche.
A magnificent book of photographs that speaks volumes.
Subhash Jaireth deserves a place alongside other great essayists.
Carolyn Eskdale presents a thoughtful response to the architectural qualities of Sunday and John Reed’s former residence.
Just as Beethoven’s Ninth blends instrumental music and choral music to thrilling effect, so too the fusion of orchestral music with contemporary circus.
Noske’s debut is a fine example of modern Australian Gothic storytelling.
Despite a strong cast, the emotional resonance of Winton’s epic story is buried in the bluster.
Broadway fantasy meets wartime socialist activism to mixed success.
A joyful and irreverent night of queer and Asian comedy.
Shechter’s no-holds-barred style is brought to life in brilliant fashion by an all-Australian cast.
A dance work of epic proportions, Stephanie Lake's Colossus is performed with wonderful sensitivity and precision.
Tempest is a force of nature, a stage stealer, a charismatic performer of sharply drawn narrative who crosses genre boundaries fearlessly.
Impressive and evocative, Karul Projects’ performance tells the story of a cultural site on Bundjalung country.
There’s never been anything quite like this iteration of Wilde’s sparkling comedy in which Jon Haynes and David Woods perform all nine roles.
Jess Johnson and Simon Ward’s exhibition combines virtual reality, textile works, and retrofuturistic aesthetics.
Fast and furious wins the day in ACO’s tour celebrating Beethoven’s 250th birthday.
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