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Theatre Theatre

It should be called 'the theatre of love'

Forget the ill-founded arts snobbery – there’s a thin line between professional and ‘amateur’ theatre. The links between the two run deep in South Australia, where the non-pro scene continues to thrive and serve up all manner of stage spectacles.

Theatre Creation Creation by Fleur Elise Noble and Jonathon Oxlade. Image Thomas McCammon. Theatre

DreamBig review: Creation Creation

Dashing home to bone up on “spaghettification” is the last thing one expects to do after attending the theatre. But, here comes Creation Creation, a fearlessly out-there piece of documentary theatre from Adelaide’s Windmill team.

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Poet, editor and publisher Max Harris, pictured circa 1949, was pilloried by Adelaide conservatives over the Ern Malley affair.
Books & Poetry

Ern Malley: How the poet who never lived became the poet who will never die

It’s been nearly 80 years since the infamous Ern Malley hoax yet it is still inspiring new creative works. Samela Harris, who has lived with Ern since she was a child, reflects on how the affair affected her family and left her with the strangest of legacies.

Theatre

Theatre review: Hiccup!

Clearly, our children have been starving for some serious silliness. Windmill’s performance of Hiccup! has barely begun when the theatre erupts in the giggles.