Australian comedian JMAC has the looks and the confidence but it’s none other than her map of Tasmania that she uses to woo her crowds, writes Caitlin Jones.
Christopher Wayne and Mike Tyler have brought an enticing twist to traditional magic with their Adelaide Fringe creation, 'The Naked Magicians', writes Catharine Watson.
The 28th Melbourne International Comedy Festival program launch was held this morning at The Toff In Town, located in the beating heart of the Melbourne comedy scene.
Combining the mood of artist-run initiative 107 Projects and old-school speakeasy’s, Luka Lesson returns to Sydney to introduce a new style to his performance, a cappella, alongside his spoken word poetry and rapping histories.
Most of us have been reared on Australian national stories that put a proud swagger in our step; Gallipolo and Pharlap included. 'Beautiful One Day' is a national story that needs telling, writes Jess Sykes, because a nation isn’t just built on the stories of triumph and greatness.
Chelsea Clugston reviews ‘Boy out of the Country’ - unpredictable and thought-provoking, it is definitely the show to see if you are planning a night out over the next few weeks, and looking for something a little out of the ordinary.
For the first time, Bangarra Dance Theatre has assembled an all-women choreographic team with four of the company’s senior female dancers each creating a new work. The resulting program of diverse styles and ideas will be presented as part of the inaugural festival, Corroboree Sydney.
Straight picked out the difficulties of nudging thirty and feeling like you’ve either become a staid, boring old couple, or, conversely, that your single hedonistic lifestyle might be nearing pathetic. Jess Sykes related uncomfortably well to both.
Jess Sykes reviews Lyric Opera's 'Iphigenie' and even without being an opera enthusiast, the atmosphere and experience was one everyone should try and have at least once. More if you enjoy great aural and being surrounded by the over-emotional.
While it could rely on its novelty alone to carry the show, 'Cavalia' delivers beyond expectation. The show is slick and professional but doesn’t take itself too seriously. 'Cavalia' is diverse, brave, highly entertaining and original, writes Brittany Stewart.
Jess Sykes reviews 'Savages', currently running at fortyfivedownstairs, where the direction of Susie Dee choreographed these men into what was essentially a 90 minute dance, dripping with barely restrained masculinity and misogyny. And boy was it effective.
The first of four regional WA contemporary dance performances, collectively known as Future Landings, will see twelve Broome child-and-parent duos come together for ‘Because of You’, an inter-generational contemporary dance extravaganza.