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Thursday, September 24, 2020

On the Couch with Merlynn Tong by Arts Review

Who is Merlynn Tong? I am an actor and playwright originally from Singapore but now living in the beautiful Meanjin, Brisbane. What would you do differently from what you do now? Everything …

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Emily Havea joins the Cast of Black Swan’s production of Oklahoma! by Arts Review

Black Swan State Theatre Company has announced that actor Emily Havea (Wentworth, Harrow, The Secrets She Keeps) has been cast as cowman Curly McLain in their forthcoming production of Oklah…

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In the Mood – A Love Letter to Wong Kar-wai & Hong Kong by Arts Review

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Hong Kong director Wong Kar-Wai’s landmark film In the Mood for Love, the Sydney Opera House has commissioned In the Mood – A Love Letter to Wong Kar…

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The ‘PAC is back: major arts companies stage QPAC homecoming by Arts Review

Thanks to recovery funding from the Queensland Government, Queensland’s flagship arts companies will once again grace the stages of the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) from 27 Sep…

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Schitt’s Creek: the TV show has been showered with Emmys but is it worth the hype? by Arts Review

This year’s Emmy Awards saw some surprising and not so surprising moments. Perhaps the most astonishing event was the Canadian-produced comedy Schitt’s Creek winning seven major awards, …

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Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Mark Morri: A Woman of Force – the True Story of Deborah Wallace by Arts Review

Veteran crime writer Mark Morri brings to life the jaw dropping true story and official biography of former Detective Superintendent of the NSW Police, Deborah Wallace. The police force can …

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Save our Stages NSW by Arts Review

With the NSW music scene on the brink of collapse, 61 independent live music venues have joined together to launch an online petition calling on the NSW Government to provide immediate suppo…

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Screen test for UniSA’s next generation movie makers by Arts Review

A group of top students at the University of South Australia will earn the chance to showcase their own short film at the Adelaide Film Festival as part of a final year learning experience t…

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Celebrity, money and power: TVs obsession with the Murdoch family dynasty by Arts Review

Of all the words written about Rupert Murdoch, “boring” is not one of them. The media mogul has been the object of fascination for six decades, after he followed his father Sir Keith in …

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Monday, September 21, 2020

Melbourne Fringe Festival announces over $305,000 in financial support to artists by Arts Review

The 2020 Melbourne Fringe Festival is going up against all odds to present a boundary pushing program of experimental and digital art, and is set to include the first in-person events taking…

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Show Queen returns this October by Arts Review

After selling out in just two hours, Sydney’s most iconic cabaret night, Show Queen, returns with a stellar lineup of local talent throughout October. Hosted by the inimitable Trevor Ashle…

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Spot On Children’s Festival 2020 by Arts Review

Riverside Theatres Parramatta will throw open it’s doors to welcome back physical audiences to the theatre, when it hosts the 2020 Spot On Children’s Festival this September. Back for it…

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Queensland Ballet’s bid to be involved in the AFL Grand Final by Arts Review

If it’s something uniquely Queensland the AFL are looking for to entertain the crowds at this year’s Grand Final, then they won’t have to look much further than the Queensland Ballet. …

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Australian Plays launches the Nimrod 50 Collection by Arts Review

The Nimrod 50 Collection is an extensive and exciting collection of previously unpublished, out of print or never published works celebrating 50 years since the founding of the Nimrod Theatr…

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Sunday, September 20, 2020

New tickets released for Disney’s hit Broadway musical FROZEN by Arts Review

The countdown is on to experience the magic of Disney’s Frozen, with new tickets for the much-anticipated Australian premiere season of the hit Broadway musical now available. Tickets to n…

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Adelaide Fringe reveals 2021 Poster Design by Arts Review

Embracing the vibrancy, colour and fun of the festival, Adelaide Fringe has unveiled the official 2021 Poster Design, kicking off the start of celebrations for the season. Designed by Adelai…

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Supporting Victoria’s world-famous music scene and workers by Arts Review

Funding for more than 100 beloved live music venues, grants to support music jobs on stage and behind the scenes as well as new planning controls to better protect venues will help the state…

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Statement by the Equity Diversity Committee on the Rob Guest Endowment by Arts Review

The following statement has been issued by the Equity Diversity Committee in response to the cancellation of the 2020 Rob Guest Endowment: The Equity Diversity Committee (EDC) has been in co…

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Rob Guest Endowment Semi-finalists respond to cancellation of 2020 Scholarship by Arts Review

The former Rob Guest Endowment Semi-Finalists have remained united whilst navigating these past few weeks. As a result, through MEAA, they have issued the following statement: We acknowledge…

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Friday, September 18, 2020

On the Couch with Scott Stuart by Arts Review

Who is Scott Stuart? Scott is a bestselling children’s author and illustrator who is passionate about dismantling gender stereotypes and empowering children to follow their own unique path…

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Top Picks at the 2020 Queer Screen Film Fest by Arts Review

Now in its eighth year, the 2020 Queer Screen Film Fest comes to you! Comprising over 40 feature films, documentaries and shorts – 90 percent of the festival can be accessed by LGBTIQ+ com…

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Statement: Rob Guest Endowment announces cancellation of 2020 Scholarship by Arts Review

On 20 August, the Rob Guest Endowment announced the 30 semi-finalists for this year’s scholarship. Due to the lack of racial diversity of the semi-finalists, we received criticism for not …

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Riverside Theatres Digital: Pancha Nadai by Arts Review

Riverside Theatres Digital will present Pancha Nadai by renowned classical contemporary Indian Dance Company, Lingalayam, streaming to audiences’ homes, in a one-show only performance at R…

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Kirsten Coelho by Arts Review

In Kirsten Coelho, the first major publication on a practice spanning thirty years, images of Coelho’s impeccable vessels are interleaved with fragments of poetry and reproductions of pai…

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Thursday, September 17, 2020

Paige Black wins 2020 Darebin Songwriters’ Award by Arts Review

Paige Black has been crowned the winner of the prestigious Darebin Songwriters’ Award with her song, Oceans Apart. The annual Songwriters’ Award Grand Final was held last night (Thursday…

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On the Couch with Lisa Byrne by Arts Review

Who is Lisa Byrne? Director, McClelland Sculpture Park+Gallery, Langwarrin – 45 minutes from City via Monash Hwy or M1. What would you do differently from what you do now? I am very fortun…

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Joel Tonks: Forged by fire, shaped by time by Arts Review

Inspired by recent art-making expeditions to landmark mountains and along local river systems to document the biological and geological taxonomy of the Central West, Bathurst Regional Art Ga…

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Melbourne Youth Orchestras launches MYO UNLIMITED by Arts Review

In the face of the global COVID-19 pandemic and in a year characterised by social distancing and economic upheaval, Melbourne Youth Orchestras (MYO) is playing on. In an unparalleled online …

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Australasian Dance Collective back on stage with Arc by Arts Review

After 307 days, the Australasian Dance Collective are back on stage, performing live with the World Premiere of Arc at River Quay Green, South Bank on 18 & 19 September as part of the 20…

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Move, Make, Create these September school holidays with Arts Centre Melbourne by Arts Review

Spring has sprung making it the perfect time for young ones to move, make and create with Arts Centre Melbourne’s Families Program via the Together With You digital platform. In the spirit…

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Guide to the Classics: The Secret Garden and the healing power of nature by Arts Review

Frances Hodgson Burnett’s The Secret Garden has been described as “the most significant children’s book of the 20th century.” First published in 1911, after being serialised in The A…

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