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What's on: SALA, Frame of Mind & a Mystic Time Bird

A SALA forum on the state of the arts, a dramatic double bill of dance, West African rhythms, Kiwi comedian Rhys Darby's Mystic Time Bird, State Theatre's modern Macbeth, a Fist Full of Rock at the Thebby and more.

Books & Poetry

It’s Raining Poetry in Adelaide streets

Two University of Adelaide PhD students are seeking to brighten up winter with street poetry that is visible only when it rains.

Dance

Exposing the Wildebeest within

Adelaide choreographer Gabrielle Nankivell’s Wildebeest is a dramatic dance work born of her fascination with animal instincts, the forces of nature and mechanics.

Television

Top of the Lake: China Girl is defiant, adventurous TV

The second series of Top of the Lake is no run-of-the-mill crime drama, with director Jane Campion becoming more adventurous in both the defiant subject matter and images that crystallise it, writes Blythe Worthy.

Film

Theatre CityMag

Re-making Macbeth with fresh blood

That most magnificent of tragedies - Macbeth - comes to life once more in the hands of the State Theatre Company of SA, and this time the play's central power struggle is brought into modern times.

Books & Poetry

Book extract: Unbreakable

It may have seemed a 'small thing' at the time, but Adelaide writer Kerryn Goldsworthy's disturbing hypnotherapy session with a psychologist snapped into focus a lifetime of other little derailments caused by men behaving badly.

Off the Wall - Art Gallery treasures

Festivals

World’s first ‘virtual opera’ coming to Adelaide

Japanese virtual pop phenomenon Hatsune Miku will make her Australian debut at this year’s OzAsia Festival in the world’s first opera without humans - a work festival director Joseph Mitchell says pushes the boundaries of the artform.

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