The Australian Burlesque Festival brings together the best of homegrown seasoned performers and newbies, as well as renowned international icons never before seen on Australian stages. Delight in the stunning array of the art of the sensational tease where glamour, seduction, sparkle and sizzling performances abound.
When WikiLeaks uncovers a sex tape of Julia Gillard and Tony Abbott, a general election is called. Under the slogan 'Doing it for the Team!' the AFL launches a political party...'Aussie Rules' is the love child of George Orwell's Animal Farm and The Footy Show.
A show of good taste that makes light of the everyday, Kitty Flanagan's MICF show has definitely been the highlight so far for Aneeka Simonis - just be warned, you may be in hysterics for a solid hour, and that kind of action hurts.
Sandi Sieger chats to Tim Ferguson, after the DVD release of DAAS KAPITAL, the show he created with Paul McDermott and Richard Fidler. DAAS KAPITAL is an action-packed absurdist musical comedy with hilarious characters, chaotic stories and original songs.
Sandi Sieger chats to The Pajama Men - Shenoah Allen and Mark Chavez - on why they perform their comedy shows in their pajamas, life in New Mexico and what they think of Australian culture.
Legendary Australian comedian and award-winning actor Kim Gyngell will make his Western Australian stage debut for Perth Theatre Company in the WA premiere of British play 'A Number'.
Katie Reddin-Clancy is performing her fabulous ‘Kate Middleton Show Queen’ at this year’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Gaynor Alder chats with her, and finds out what it’s like to be Kate Middleton’s double.
It’s performances such as the NICA’s latest production, 'Leap of Faith: Circus in Motion' that sees Melbourne earn its title as Australia’s cultural hot spot, with art and creativity flying well outside of the lines, writes Aneeka Simonis.
With a gender-confused past as a MSN messenger deviant and finely tuned analysis of ‘read only’ Facebook predators, JMAC’s hilarious MICF performance manages to take you back to that awkward, shudder-worthy age in your pre-teen life that you wished you could forget, reviews Aneeka Simonis.
Sandi Sieger chats to Stephen Page, the Artistic Director of Bangarra Dance Theatre, ahead of the upcoming 'Blak' tour. Under his leadership, Bangarra has built a strong reputation touring throughout Australia and the world.
'The Grand Guignol' is the tale of five stories told by different characters – all played by Dave Bloustien – with an eerie interlude between each with two finger puppets – think Hansel and Gretel meets Punch and Judy (if Hansel and Gretel were from Adelaide), writes Brittany Stewart.
Pippa Evans' sexy and psychotic comedy creation, Loretta Maine, makes her Australian debut at MICF with songs to sing, tales to tell and bitter pain to unleash. Sandi Sieger chats to her about breaking into comedy and life in the UK.