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Friday 5 April 2013
Art Arts Theatre

comedy review: nina conti’s ‘dolly mixtures’

Amy Nicholls-Diver
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Nina Conti returns to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival for another year of puppetry and improv with her latest show, Dolly Mixtures. The versatile ventriloquist introduces a range of new characters including her child, Nina, a former philosophy professor, and hunky builder, Stefan. The show combines Conti’s self-referential humour with the risky element of audience…
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Thursday 4 April 2013
Art Arts Theatre

comedy review: loretta maine’s ‘bipolar’

Alexandra Storey
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    Last night I found myself lined up outside the Powder Room of Melbourne’s Town Hall, waiting to go see Loretta Maine’s new show, Bipolar, part of this year’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival.  I had never heard of Loretta Maine before, but a quick Google on my phone assured me that she was ‘sexy’ and ‘psychotic.’ …
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Wednesday 3 April 2013
Art Arts Featured Theatre

comedy review: frank woodley and simon yates’ ‘inside’

Amy Nicholls-Diver
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  Inside is a captivating and bizarre show by Frank Woodley and acrobat/physical comedian Simon Yates. Performed in the Famous Spiegeltent as part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Inside is a must-see for those looking some something out-there this comedy season. It is edgy and often nonsensical, reminiscent of Samuel Beckett’s absurdist plays. Woodley’s…
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