Saturday, August 17, 2019

On the Couch with Kimberly Bartosik by Arts Review

Who is Kimberly Bartosik? NYC-based Choreographer, performer, educator Kimberly Bartosik creates viscerally provocative, ferociously intimate choreographic projects that are built upon the d…

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CHORUS by Arts Review

What is the cost of a woman’s success when it comes at the expense of her family? Agamemnon is about to find out. Featuring a creative team that boasts some of Sydney’s best and brightes…

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Friday, August 16, 2019

Funding loss a devastating blow for Australian Playwrights by Arts Review

Australia’s leading digital publisher and promoter of theatrical texts, Australian Plays, has been advised that it will no longer receive critical organisational funding from the federal …

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On the Couch with Michael Dagostino by Arts Review

Who is Michael Dagostino? I have an Uber rating of 4.4 and have received excellent feedback on eBay (prettymayhem) and Airtasker (Michael D.). What would you do differently to what you do no…

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Sensory Decadence by Arts Review

Human beings are naturally inclined to value remembering over experiencing. But what would happen if the experiencing self were triumphant? In a vibrant celebration of sensation, five circus…

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Jasper Jones by Arts Review

10 years after Craig Silvey’s award-winning novel first burst onto the Australian literary scene, State Theatre Company South Australia will bring a brand new production of Kate Mulvany’…

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Roger Kemp: Visionary Modernist by Arts Review

The first major exhibition to chart the career development of acclaimed Australian abstract artist Roger Kemp, the National Gallery of Victoria presents Roger Kemp: Visionary Modernist from …

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Feinstein & Fox Shaken And Stirred by Arts Review

Five-time Grammy Award-nominated and two-time Emmy-nominated American performer Michael Feinstein will tour Australia in November together with special guest, Australian musical theatre star…

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Experience and diversity define new Advisory Boards in NSW by Arts Review

Minister for the Arts Don Harwin has announced the ten Chairs and 73 Board Members that will lead Artform Advisory Boards to guide arts and cultural funding in New South Wales. The announcem…

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Thursday, August 15, 2019

On the Couch with Adam Broinowski by Arts Review

Who is Adam Broinowski? An Australian theatre maker and academic. What would you do differently to what you do now? More travel, poetry and music. Who inspires you and why? All of the artist…

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Metamorphosis by Arts Review

Adapted from Franz Kafka’s bizarrely comic tale about alienation, Canberra’s The Street Theatre will present Steven Berkoff’s stage play, Metamorphosis for a limited season from 17 Aug…

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Pros and cons of buying paintings online by Arts Review

Online shopping has boomed over the past few years and now it seems that you can buy virtually anything over the internet. One particular area of interest is the ability to buy paintings onl…

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2019 Melbourne Art Trams Artists Announced by Arts Review

Melbourne International Arts Festival has announced the seven new artist commissions and one re-creation of an original art tram to be transformed into eight major mobile artworks on the cit…

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Rob Guest Endowment announces major changes by Arts Review

The Committee for the Rob Guest Endowment, one of Australia’s most exciting scholarship programs providing financial assistance and industry support to the next generation of musical theat…

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Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Another Country by Arts Review

I had expected to emerge from the cinema ready for some verbal activism on behalf of the afflicted Indigenous community shown on screen. I understand and despise cultural oppression and disp…

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Creating a fairer, more inclusive Arts Sector in Victoria by Arts Review

Ten leading Victorian arts organisations will be the first to take part in a transformative program to become more diverse and inclusive. Fair Play: Equity, Inclusion and the Creative Indust…

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On the Couch with Emily Goddard by Arts Review

Who is Emily Goddard? A human, an actor, a theatre maker, a friend. Born & raised in Melbourne, with half a Yorkshian heart. I went to theatre school in Paris and now spend my days prete…

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Ghost Quartet by Arts Review

Blurring the line between a contemporary concept album and traditional musical theatre, Antipodes Theatre Company presents the Australian premiere of Dave Malloy’s Ghost Quartet at Gaswork…

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Nicole Car & Etienne Dupuis in recital with Jayson Gillham by Arts Review

It may have been one of the year’s coldest nights outside, but inside the Canberra Theatre the audience couldn’t have been more warm and welcoming to the artist touted as being “one of…

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A Family by Arts Review

The saying goes that you can choose your friends, but you can’t choose your family. Yet if you were to go by the events in 2019 Australian-by-the-way-of-Ukraine dark-comedy A Family, you m…

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Acclaimed Indigenous actor Ningali Lawford-Wolf has died by Arts Review

WARNING: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are warned that the following article contains the name and image of a deceased person.  The family of Ms Lawford-Wolf has authorised …

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Monday, August 12, 2019

On the Couch with Stephen Anderson by Arts Review

Who is Stephen Anderson?  Tall, pale and almost offensively handsome. I’m also currently playing Mr. Salt in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. What would you do differently to what you d…

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Marama Dina | Yirran Miigaydhu by Arts Review

On display from 17 August, Campbelltown Arts Centre presents Marama Dina – an exhibition led by Australian and Aotearoa New Zealand female artists with iTaukei (Indigenous Fijian) heritage…

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SBS partners with Screen Australia to launch Digital Originals by Arts Review

SBS has partnered with Screen Australia to launch Digital Originals – a new initiative aimed at developing exciting and innovative scripted short-form projects for SBS On Demand. The initi…

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The Grapes of Wrath by Arts Review

Based on John Steinbeck’s personal journey through the migrant camps of 1930s California, New Theatre presents Frank Galati’s adaptation of The Grapes of Wrath for a limited season until…

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‘night, Mother by Arts Review

Whether it was in the performance, particularly in the final moments – Thelma’s (Caroline Lee) grief, visceral, her body twisting from guilt and the loss of her daughter, Jessie (Esther …

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Sunday, August 11, 2019

Private Peaceful set for Melbourne Premiere in September by Arts Review

Melbourne audiences will soon have the chance to see another of War Horse author Michael Morpurgo’s stories on stage, with the World War One award winning drama Private Peaceful to play a …

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On the Couch with Lynda Draper by Arts Review

Who is Lynda Draper? Artist and educator, currently Head of Ceramics at the National Art School, Sydney and the recipient of the recently announced 2019 Sidney Myer Fund Australian Ceramic …

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City Recital Hall to host High Standards Charity Concert by Arts Review

Good Egg Creative has announced an exciting new charity concert for Sydney, High Stardards, which will be held at the City Recital Hall on Monday 28 October, and raise much needed funds for …

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Below by Arts Review

A detention centre dark-comedy featuring the star of Australian cinema Anthony LaPaglia, Maziar Lahooti’s directorial film debut, Below, offers a confronting examination on Australia’s r…

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Saturday, August 10, 2019

Open Heart by Arts Review

Where do you go when you love someone who doesn’t fit with you anymore? Open Heart, Dean Robinson’s new Australian queer play explores this notion at The Butterfly Club from 12 August 20…

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