Three actor-researchers from Malaysia present a dynamic multi-media reading of a critical time in the development of one of Australia’s important near neighbours.
With their tale of the fate of a homeless girl in Bangalore, Jacob Rajan and New Zealand’s Indian Ink Theatre Company have brought a piece of unique theatrical genius to the OzAsia Festival.
Aussie rock band You Am I brilliantly bring tongue-in-cheek legends Spinal Tap to life – and death – at the Dunstan Playhouse.
Palestine’s ShiberHur Theatre Company makes its Australian debut with this poetic and intense theatrical experience that uses storytelling, mime and a cappella to shine a light on traditional mourning rituals.
‘Ross Noble is like an extreme extrovert on speed, providing a weird kind of escapism.’ ★★★½
The poetry and stories of World War I are brought vividly to life in Guy Masterson’s solo Fringe show ‘Anthem for a Doomed Youth’ at the Bakehouse Theatre. ★★★½