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Some very fine playing in an all Mozart program but acoustical issues leave us wanting more.
Do I Matter? distills the thoughts of some 200 women to a confidential survey about their private thoughts, though the results were sometimes fragmented and confusing.
Hand to Earth offered an extraordinary insight into the ceremonies of our First Nations peoples.
This musical melange of Vienna meets Canberra was well represented in this Opening Gala with classical and contemporary works.
Mixing circus, puppetry and the odd fart joke, the Dummies return with a show that takes you camping even when you can't find a spot for the tent.
Ben Kochan is obviously a comedy lover and observer of the odd – naming his show for an audience member’s fumble in Penn and Teller: Fool Us – but this has made him unsure which comedy he’s actually practicing in his latest show.
The real-life story of dog-whisperer Martin McKenna, whose life took him from misery in Limerick to a new life in Nimbin, becomes theatrical gold in this production for audiences aged 12 and up.
Adelaide’s contemporary circus powerhouse return to the stage with a bold new work that is unlikely to have been made were it not for the constraints of COVID providing a rare opportunity to unite their three performance ensembles.
This debut work by Jasmin Sheppard is a potent and poetic metaphor for many First Nations Australians as they confront the pressures to blend in.
Three new works presented as part of MONA FOMA 2021, created by BIG hART, Second Echo Ensemble and Hobart-based artist Loren Kronemyer.
A collective of musicians, dancers and writers weave ancient texts, myths and traditions into a recital exploring collective connection to old and new homelands.
Stompin's latest work was originally supposed to be presented in April 2020, and has benefitted from the extra-long development process.
Solid conceptual framing, but does it get lost in festival fever? Artspace focuses on First Nations conversations for Sydney Festival with a curious pairing.
At a time when many of our art schools nationally face perilous cuts and closures, this exhibition curated by Daniel Mudie Cunningham couldn’t be more timely.
Rich in symbolism, doom and hope, you live through the cycle of life and death at the hands of Romeo Castellucci in his rethink of Mozart’s iconic Requiem.
Science fiction meets introspection in Passionate Machine.
A one-man show about loneliness, longing, and social media-enhanced isolation, and a dance theatre piece exploring call-out culture through a comic book lens.
Featuring works by a range of artists, A Forest is like a giant crumbling 21st century haunted house for adults.
This immersive sound installation in the depths of the Tasmanian bush is deceptively simple yet strikingly profound.
After epic weekends in the North West and the North East, the festival's final weekend reaches Hobart and the South.
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