Brothers Wreck: A Review by Monique Grbec

22 June, 2018 in Reviews

Brothers Wreck: A Review by Monique Grbec

“Does the picture in your head ever go away?” Monique Grbec reviews Jada Albert’s Brothers Wreck, a devastating play about Indigenous suicide
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The History Salon #3: Uncle Noel C Tovey AM

14 May, 2018 in Feature

The History Salon #3: Uncle Noel C Tovey AM

The third iteration of The History Salon features Uncle Noel C Tovey AM, in conversation with Blak Betty. Uncle Noel was instrumental in ...
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Aborigi-LOL, 100% Aussie Laughs: A Review by Monique Grbec

17 April, 2018 in Reviews

Aborigi-LOL, 100% Aussie Laughs: A Review by Monique Grbec

First Nations duo Dane Simpson and Matt Ford are Aborigi-LOL. Secreted away in the Malthouse Shell room, up in the rafters, they deliver ...
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Queen Bitch: A Review by Monique Grbec

17 April, 2018 in Reviews

Queen Bitch: A Review by Monique Grbec

In sync with the theatrical magnificence of being backstage in the Malthouse’s Merlyn theatre, cabaret comedy supernova Geraldine Quinn...
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Marcel Lucont’s Whine List: A Review by Monique Grbec

17 April, 2018 in Reviews

Marcel Lucont’s Whine List: A Review by Monique Grbec

Alexis Dubus’ Marcel Lucont’s Whine List at Coopers Malthouse invites us into a French pub with a big screen montage of his alter ego...
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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Grant Writing Workshop

10 April, 2018 in Feature

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Grant Writing Workshop

This is a grant writing workshop specifically targeting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists. Facilitated by Ballardong Noongar ...
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YIRRAMBOI wins Green Room Award for Curatorial Contribution

10 April, 2018 in Feature

YIRRAMBOI wins Green Room Award for Curatorial Contribution

On 3 April 2018, Melbourne’s 35th Annual Green Room Awards were awarded across the theatre, music theatre, dance and opera sectors ...
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The Ethics of Punching A Nazi: Review by Davey Thompson

3 April, 2018 in Reviews

The Ethics of Punching A Nazi: Review by Davey Thompson

Michael Hing is a pretty funny guy. His contributions to SBS Viceland’s The Feed often go viral on social media for all the right reaso...
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The Man Who Stopped For A Sandwich: Review by Davey Thompson

3 April, 2018 in Reviews

The Man Who Stopped For A Sandwich: Review by Davey Thompson

Lawrence Leung is a familiar face for many Australians. Some of us have seen him on Offspring or The Feed, while others would fondly reme...
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Identity Steft: Review by Davey Thompson

3 April, 2018 in Reviews

Identity Steft: Review by Davey Thompson

Unafraid to jump from confronting to funny, Tisdell delivers a show that everyone can take something away from.
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