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UWA’s GRADS take on a Tennessee Williams classic

UWA’s GRADS take on a Tennessee Williams classic

Tennessee Williams’ most powerful and haunting play, The Glass Menagerie, is being staged at UWA’s Dolphin Theatre this October. Presented by the Graduate Dramatic Society and directed by Jane Hille, the classic American drama is a stirring portrait of a family that struggles with the past, future – and each other. Amanda Wingfield desperately struggles […]

Get a healthy dose of queer comedy at YAAAS Kween

Get a healthy dose of queer comedy at YAAAS Kween

If you’re in need of a laugh, here’s the perfect tonic – a night of queer comedy at Lazy Susan’s Comedy Lounge. The sketch comedy show YAAAS Kween will be at the comedy room above the Brisbane Hotel for two nights this month. The comedy romp promises to explore feminism, diversity and all things millennial. The show is […]

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Black Swan State Theatre Company’s next production is ‘Fully Sikh’

Black Swan State Theatre Company’s next production is ‘Fully Sikh’

Black Swan State Theatre Company’s next production is Fully Sikh.  Fully Sikh by Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa is a co-production between Black Swan and Barking Gecko Theatre and will have its world premiere from 10 to 27 October in the Studio Underground at the State Theatre Centre. Fully Sikh is a new work by Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa […]

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Dancer Kevin Jackson will join the WA Ballet’s ‘Giselle’

Dancer Kevin Jackson will join the WA Ballet’s ‘Giselle’

The West Australian Ballet have announced that Kevin Jackson, Principal of the Australian Ballet will join the cast of their acclaimed production of Giselle due to dancer Matthew Lehmann having a foot injury. For an exclusive week of Giselle, Perth-born Jackson, will provide cover for counter-part Lehmann, dancing in the highly technical and specialised role […]

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Review | Say “Hello” to the comical ‘Book of Mormon’

Review | Say “Hello” to the comical ‘Book of Mormon’

The Book of Mormon | Crown Theatre | Until 17th November | ★ ★ ★ ★ ★  The smash hit musical Book of Mormon has made it to Perth eight years after its Broadway debut, and it’s a comical and uplifting experience that was totally worth the wait. Created by Avenue Q composer Robert Lopez and South Park duo Matt Parker and Trey Stone, […]

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‘The Book of Mormon’ stars are on a mission to entertain

‘The Book of Mormon’ stars are on a mission to entertain

Hello! Broadway’s breakout original hit from the creators of South Park is knocking on Perth’s door on a Tony-award winning comedy mission. The Book Of Mormon opens this week at Perth’s Crown Theatre and fans have been waiting 8 long years for the international favourite to head to Western Australia. We caught up with two of the stars […]

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KISS Club add second show loaded with LGBTIQ+ artists

KISS Club add second show loaded with LGBTIQ+ artists

pvi collective and Perth Institute of Contemporary Art (PICA) have announce a second show for KISS Club since selling out the original event. The annual event hosted by tactical media arts group pvi collective and PICA allows practitioners to test new work in development in front of an audience of peers, industry professionals and the […]

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Review | ‘Perpetual Wake’ is full of laughs and camp foolery

Perpetual Wake | Subiaco Arts Centre | Until 7th September | ★ ★ ★ ½ The Last Great Hunt have established themselves as one of the most interesting and boundary pushing theatre companies in Australia. They’ve had a series of popular productions, Helpmann nominations and garnered critical acclaim. So expectations are high for their latest offering Perpetual […]

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‘In The Dark’: Enter the maze with LINK Dance Company this weekend

‘In The Dark’: Enter the maze with LINK Dance Company this weekend

Devised and created from responses the LINK dancers had to questions around fear, In the Dark is a maze, a jigsaw puzzle, a road map of fear. Set over two floors inside the expansive spaces of Fremantle’s Packenham Street Art Space the work offers a promenade and finally seated experience in this contemporary dance meets […]

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Review | ‘Wonder Woman’ is filled with humour and emotion

Review | ‘Wonder Woman’ is filled with humour and emotion

Wonder Woman | State Theatre Centre | Until 31st August | ★ ★ ★ ★  If there was an award for best entrance of the year Laura Boynes would have it in the bag, and she’d probably be able to pick up the best costume gong at the same time. The dancer’s one-woman work has an impressive […]

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