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Monday 16 March 2015
Arts Theatre

theatre review: handle it

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To have revealing photos uploaded onto social media without consent is a fear of many women and a nightmarish reality for more than you would imagine. This is the premise for Handle It, a one-woman play  that showed at The Street Theatre from March 13-16.  Kelsey, a ‘naïve’ first year university student wakes up after a big…
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Thursday 13 November 2014
Arts Sexuality Theatre

‘scandalous boy’ explores homosexuality and power in ancient rome

Jess Oliver
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  Whilst travelling in Europe in 2011, playwright David Atfield kept seeing the same face in museums- an undeniably beautiful Roman youth, named Antinous, but always unclearly labelled. What began as mild curiosity turned into a three year long journey into the life of a powerful young man, Antinous (Ethan Gibson)- largely unmentioned in the…
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Monday 20 October 2014
Arts Theatre

theatre review: where i end and you begin

Jess Oliver
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  Where I End and You Begin, the debut full length play by writer Cathy Petocz, had its world premiere last Saturday night at Canberra’s The Street Theatre. Directed by current Street Theatre Artistic Director/CEO, Caroline Stacey, the production is a lively and engaging piece of theatre that explores ideas of identity, love, relationships and the…
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Friday 17 October 2014
Arts news Theatre

cathy petocz debuts new play ‘where i end and you begin’

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Writer, actor, musician and general creative extraordinaire, Cathy Petocz, is set to wow Canberra audiences from tomorrow until October 26 with the world first debut of her new play, Where I End and You Begin, showing at The Street Theatre. Directed by Caroline Stacey, the production follows two private detectives in very different universes: Polly…
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Thursday 26 June 2014
Arts Theatre Uncategorised

the magic hour: a one woman show about fairy tales, compassion and the voices we forget

Jess Oliver
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  The Magic Hour is a one-woman show about fairy tales like you’ve never seen before. Written by Australian playwright Vanessa Bates , directed by Chris Bendall and starring widely acclaimed actress Ursula Yovich, the play was initially produced by Deckchair Theatre Company in Fremantle in 2010.  Now, in 2014, theatre company, Performing Lines, is…
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Thursday 19 June 2014
Arts news Theatre

improvised theatre explores the lives of women on the home front

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The topic of war is not an uncommon theme in Australian theatre and, with the ANZAC centenary approaching in 2015, it seems particularly pertinent. Whilst much of the creative dialogue around the First World War focuses on the men fighting at the front, improvised Canberra production, The Home Front, focuses on the women left behind to…
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Friday 6 June 2014
Art Arts Comedy Theatre

theatre review: it’s dark outside

Jess Oliver
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Until Sunday June 8, Canberra’s The Street Theatre presents It’s Dark Outside, a new piece of Australian theatre that combines puppetry, animation, mask work and a fabulous score. Commissioned by the Perth Theatre Company and created by WA trio Arielle Gray, Chris Isaacs and Tim Watts, It’s Dark Outside is a beautifully realized story of…
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