DUDEBOX

One might be still scratching their head the morning after seeing Dudebox, it so delightfully obscures in the most crass and obscene way; from the moment you enter the theatre…

MELBOURNE FESTIVAL

This years Melbourne Festival is  set to b a celebration,  a reminder of the brilliance of fire, music, story and  how art can amplify our joy, intensify our relationships and…

CASTING OFF

A Good Catch have returned to the Melba Spiegeltent, where this piece had its debut almost a year ago. Casting Off has all the polish of a well run-in show…

SEEPING

An entire atmospheric shift happens as I walk into the room. Dressed by China Aleisse, the space is doused in flowers and nature, draped fabrics, fairy lights, candles flickering and…

19 WEEKS

On the fifth floor of a city hotel, there is a pool. By the pool is an actor in a red swimsuit. We sit by the water, dip our feet….

TURTLE

Theatre is at its best when a man walks onstage with a carrot and a far away expression and we accept, beyond a doubt, that he is a turtle. Theatre…

DOG SHOW

The audience knows, more or less, what they are in for with Dog Show. We are down an alley in a warehouse behind the North Melbourne Fringe Hub (one of…

WILIN SINGE THE FRINGE

I acknowledge the traditional and rightful custodians of the land on which I stand, live and work, the Boon Wurrung and Wurundjeri peoples of the Eastern Kulin Nation. I pay…

BORN TO ACHIEVE

Lured by the promise of an hour of female teen 00’s references, plenty from that vintage are in attendance and ready for a Delta singalong. Ruby Johnston’s solo fringe debut…

ALONE OUTSIDE

Perth-based writer Liz Newell cites Taylor Mac in their program notes: “I’m not a teacher; I’m a reminder. I’m just trying to remind you of things you’ve dismissed, forgotten, or…