What haven’t I already said about absolute wonderfulness of Meow Meow? She’s at the Malthouse this month with Little Match Girl and her hoards of international fans are squirming with jealousy that Melbourne (and then Sydney) have such access to this must-be-experienced diva who shreds perceptions of performance art.
From the second Daniel Bowden cranked up his electric guitar, we knew we were in for the ride of our lives.
AussieTheatre.com is giving away five double passes to the opening weekend of Dandeong Theatre Company’s Production of Songs for a New World.
With the Short+Sweet Cabaret Festival just around the corner, we thought we’d catch up with some of the participants and ask them 10 quick questions about the festival, about cabaret and about their tastes in pizza and coffee (just ’cause we can).
What is it that causes one person who suffers a crisis to overcome their trauma and move forward with their life and another to end up homeless on the streets?
On Monday 10 October, the 3rd annual Rob Guest Endowment Concert will take place at Her Majesty’s Theatre, Melbourne. For the last week, AussieTheatre.com have been featuring a short interview with each of the six Rob Guest Endowment finalists and today is the final instalment in the Finalist Series.
The winners of the Rob Guest Endowment double pass giveaway have been announced!
I was late for Daniel’s show (damn you daylight savings), but running down the corridor I heard a lot of laughing and a song about doing it. Apparently, it’s what everything is all about.
Mel Dodge was commissioned by the Black Duck Theatre Collective to work with Letty Sutherland and re-work her critically acclaimed Jane Austen is Dead for her first Melbourne Fringe.
The National Institute of Circus Arts (NICA) is celebrating its 10 year anniversary as the leading professional training institution for circus artists by hosting the first ever Melbourne Circus Festival.