Reviews

MelBorn

The Melbourne Writers’ Theatre have presented eight short play festivals. MelBorn was established as their Fringe showcase in 2007 and two years later…well, unless something changes, I’m not going to MelBorn2010.



Pure Kunst

If you’re unsure of the meaning of bootylicious, grab your ‘front bottom’ and make a late night visit to the Caravan of Love because Destiny’s Child’s kunst can’t even compare to the gorgeous Caravan kunst  – and this time they’re searching for purity.


Hamilton Hall The Musical

A simple story about a local town hall is turned into a hilarious musical memoir by a group of talented actors. The great song lyrics and humour turn the non-descript hall’s little stage into a fun night for all.


The Bedroom Philosopher: Songs from the 86 Tram

Songs from the 86 Tram’s capture of Melbourne is so perfect that it should be seen by everyone who has ever caught the 86 tram, everyone who has ever caught any tram in Melbourne and everyone who lives in Melbourne, has visited Melbourne or knows that a tram is neither bus nor train.


Dead River

It’s been three years since Kate McLennan’s The Debutante Diaries won Fringe awards, headed off to Edinburgh and left us holding our breath for more. In Dead River, McLennan teams up again with director Fiona Harris and fellow Debutante devotees will be thrilled.


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