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“Acting and the arts are the things that are true”
Theatre

“Acting and the arts are...

Rising star Megan Wilding makes a big impact whatever role she plays.

Where: Kings Cross Theatre, Kings Cross Hotel, Sydney When: 12 - 26 Apr 2019

You’re Safe Till 2024
Festival

You’re Safe Till 2024

David Finnigan asks the hard questions: Will we survive the coming storm? Do climate scientists have good taste in music?

Where: Griffin Theatre, Kings Cross, Sydney When: 26 Apr - 11 May 2019

The Young Artist As Cultural Citizen
Conversation

The Young Artist As Cultural...

Youth theatre should not be training for thought and action in the future, argues Iris Simpson. It should be training for now.

When: 21 - 21 Apr 2019

Merrigong: The X-Factor
Season

Merrigong: The X-Factor

Merrigong Theatre Company aims to build a new audience alongside new work from young and diverse creatives.

Where: Merrigong Theatre Company, Wollongong, NSW When: 28 Mar - 30 Nov 2019

The Intimacy Revolution
Conversation

The Intimacy Revolution

Suz Mawer: What I learned in Ita O'Brien's intimacy workshop.

When: 21 - 21 Apr 2019

“You are critically acclaimed, it’s heady and thrilling”
Conversation

“You are critically acclaimed, it’s...

Why would a "Capital-A Actor" choose sex work? It's more than just the money writes "Adelaide".

When: 21 - 21 Apr 2019

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Women’s Letter of the Law
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Conversation 21 - 21 Apr 2019

Women’s Letter of the Law

The choice of language in the recent Rush v Nationwide News judgement is all too familiar, writes lawyer and playwright Suzie Miller.

Five Years in the Basement
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TheatreThe Bordello, Level 4 Kings Cross Hotel, Sydney 22 May - 1 Jun 2019

Five Years in the Basement

Rainer Werner Fassbinder "redefined prolific", writes Saro Lusty-Cavallari. Indie company Montague Basement follows suit.

A Little History Play
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FestivalGriffin Theatre, Kings Cross, Sydney 26 Apr - 11 May 2019

A Little History Play

A new participatory theatre event invites audiences to found a nation and make its history. Caleb Lewis explains why and how.

You’re Safe Till 2024
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FestivalGriffin Theatre, Kings Cross, Sydney 26 Apr - 11 May 2019

You’re Safe Till 2024

David Finnigan asks the hard questions: Will we survive the coming storm? Do climate scientists have good taste in music?

You’ve Got Mail: The Alchemy of the Adaptation
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FestivalGriffin Theatre, Kings Cross, Sydney 26 Apr - 11 May 2019

You’ve Got Mail: The Alchemy of the Adaptation

Sarah Hadley and Ang Collins on the making of a "queer, cyberfeminist parody" of the film you hate to love.

Animal Farm: From Barnyard to Black Mirror
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TheatreRiverside Theatres, Parramatta, Sydney 1 - 3 May 2019

Animal Farm: From Barnyard to Black Mirror

Geordie Brookman's adaptation of George Orwell's novel seeks to fill in missing truths.

The Young Artist As Cultural Citizen
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Conversation 21 - 21 Apr 2019

The Young Artist As Cultural Citizen

Youth theatre should not be training for thought and action in the future, argues Iris Simpson. It should be training for now.

Merrigong: The X-Factor
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SeasonMerrigong Theatre Company, Wollongong, NSW 28 Mar - 30 Nov 2019

Merrigong: The X-Factor

Merrigong Theatre Company aims to build a new audience alongside new work from young and diverse creatives.

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