In Black Swan’s last hurrah for 2013 the company brings a bit of Edinburgh Fringe to Perth with Midsummer [a play with songs] by David Greig and Gordon McIntyre. The show was a fringe hit back in 2008 and comes to the Heath Ledger Theatre, under the direction of Damon Lockwood, starring Georgina Gayler as… Read more.
This is an exciting time of year for Sydney theatre-lovers with the third annual Sydney Fringe festival kicking off from 7 September. A young, but already much-loved, fixture on the Sydney performance circuit, the Fringe will bring over three weeks of theatre, music, dance, film, art, comedy and events to various venues around Sydney. With… Read more.
In 2007, Rah Rah Productions began a performing arts project for young people living with a disability. Now in its 5th year, ArtStable has evolved and developed into a year-long workshop based program, facilitated and co-ordinated by Kimberly Grigg and Adam Pierzchalski of Rah Rah Productions (with immense support from the City of Kingston).
The wonderful thing about human beings is we are all flawed and that is what makes us all so uniquely perfect. No one person is all good or all bad. We are multifaceted, intricate and complicated. And when two people join together in love, these flaws can ultimately lead to the destruction of that union… Read more.
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.
It’s not every day that you witness the transformation of the roof top of a multi-storey car park into Antarctica, but as I stood in the heart of Melbourne I travelled further than I ever dreamed possible.
Daniel Kilby is in his first Melbourne Fringe with his first solo show. The Things I Learned in High School is about those coping mechanisms we develop in high school that form our adult personality disorders. It’s been many years since Daniel was at high school, but he still has to figure out how much… Read more.
Anna Lumb knows that terrific circus needs great stories to make the tricks really fly. In I HEART Jack, she got together with Melbourne theatre and circus legends Maude and Anni Davey to create her first solo piece at her fourth Fringe.
The Wau Wau Sisters are Melbourne Fringe virgins. Nice to know that there’s always one more cherry to pop. Since they first headed down under in 2007, the wow wow Wau Waus have blown away every one who’s been lucky enough to spend a night with them. Art this filthy will leave you smiling for… Read more.
Spencer Bignell is excited to be performing in his first Melbourne Fringe, and even more thrilled because it’s in the musical Spring Awakening. It’s on at Monash University in Clayton, which may be far away from the North Melbourne Fringe Hub, but it’s not hard to get to and word on the street is that it’s going… Read more.