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OzAsia review: Rising

Rising is an evening of four exhilarating dances performed by Aakash Odedra which fuse traditional Indian and contemporary dance while exploring the possibilities of movement, lighting and technology.

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Moon Lantern Festival

More than 25,000 people attended the OzAsia Festival’s Moon Lantern Festival at Elder Park last Sunday.

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OzAsia review: The Dark Inn

Bewitching and bewildering, The Dark Inn transports audiences to a mysterious, remote Japanese bath house whose daily rhythms are disrupted by the arrival of two strangers.

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OzAsia review: Scary Beauty

A humanoid figure stands on stage next to a grand piano. Behind it sit musicians positioned in front of a giant screen. At the opening notes of the music, the figure slowly lifts its head.

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