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Tuesday 8 March Dunstan Playhouse Reviewed by: Masya Zabidi   The perils of both fast paced technology and mass industrialisation is cleverly explored in 1927’s electrifying production of  Golem. The play’s Terry Gilliam style animations skilfully conceals (or enhances) weighty themes such as the negative influence of media and technology and the loss of individuality

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Wednesday, March 9 Festival Theatre Reviewed by: Max Cooper Pina Bausch is an iconic choreographer and Nelken lives up to her reputation for engaging and original work. The show started to wow the audience from the moment we entered the theatre, as seeing the entire stage turned into a field of carnations set our expectations for something both impressive and unusual, and it certainly did

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Review: Green Porno Words: Yasmin Martin From the moment Isabella Rossellini walks onto the stage to a rousing ovation, I know this is going to be an evening to remember. Isabella Rossellini could star in a show in which she reads aloud from the White Pages, and she would still pack a theatre with adoring fans clinging desperately to every lilting word. This woman is all class. “We

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Review: Roman Tragedies (an alternative perspective) Words: Jacquie Harris Friends, Romans, Countrymen lend me your iPhones! I’m not going to lie, I had no idea what to expect from the Adelaide Festival’s Roman Tragedies (by Toneelgroep Amsterdam). I knew it was based on three Shakespeare plays; Coriolanus, Julius Caesar, and Antony and Cleopatra. I knew it was six h

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Review: This Filthy World Vol. 2 Words: Lise van Konkelenberg What is the purpose of satire in a compartmentalised world? With billions of voices all speaking at once, which one do you single out to make an example of? And what’s funny about a suggestion of a messy rimjob in the form of a moustache when, well, you can google that one for yourself. These were the questions raise

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Review: Sadeh21 Words: Sharmonie Cockayne I don’t know why they were dancing. I don’t know what their story was. I do know, however, that they were expressing something very raw and very real through their body movements. I’m just not sure what they where trying to communicate. Maybe it was a feeling. Maybe it was an emotion. I’m not really sure. All I know is that

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