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Breathing Corpses Review

13.04.22 Eye Contact Theatre Company’s Breathing Corpses (by Laura Wade) has finally gotten its run and honestly all I can say is thank goodness it has! This show has had a very bumpy road to the KXT stage, having suffered two cancelled seasons due to the old covid cough and…
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Grief Lightning Review

21.04.22 As almost any Arts, English or Film major will tell you, the chances of using Milton to debunk a Grease Lightning theory beyond the classroom are slim to none. To which, many typically respond with something like ‘first, that’s a very specific thing to say, and second, well, obviously’.…
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The Deb

22.04.2022 The Deb cast at the Australian Theatre For Young People, 2022. Photo: Tracey Schramm © How lucky I was to experience the opening night of The Deb and to share that with such a warm and star-studded audience.  A new ATYP production in its spectacular new home. Sitting in the front row almost eye to eye with the…
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The Chapel, the Fire, and the Dead Cat Review

07.04.2022 The Chapel, the Fire, and the Dead Cat at NHSPA. Photo: Clare Hawley © What happens when eleven teenagers creep onto a church ground at night? The Chapel, the Fire and the Dead Cat (winner of the 2019 Senior ATYP Foundation Commission). Madelaine Nunn’s wonderful and ghostly play explores…
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The Lies We Were Told

01.05.2022 The Lies We Were Told 2022. Photo: Clare Hawley © There was exciting energy in the Shopfront Arts foyer on a Friday evening for Shopfront Arts’ smash hit ‘The Lies We Were Told.’ As you check in, you are asked to write down your own lie, either one you…
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PASH Review

30.03.22 Olivia McLeod in PASH, 2022. Photo: Evangeline Clough Good © PASH is the brainchild of its lead actress Olivia McLeod in this one-woman debut at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Housed in Motley Bauhaus, McLeod’s show plays with both the intimacy of the small performance space and the cinematic…
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