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The Rest Will Be Familiar to You from Cinema review – flesh-and-blood...

He might recently have been haunting the National Theatre and the Royal Opera House, but playwright Martin Crimp seems more at home outside...

Kirill Serebrennikov, director detained in Moscow: 'Complexity is resistance'

On the stage of a small theatre outside Avignon, a man paces around a mock-up of an apartment. Music issues from somewhere and...

The Torrents review – Celia Pacquola breathes new life into forgotten...

A hefty chunk of contemporary Australian playwriting can trace its narrative, thematic and structural lineage back to Summer of the Seventeenth Doll. Ray...

Young Associates / National Youth Dance Company review – the future...

When in need of hope, it’s common to look to the young. You’ll find the next generation of choreographers and dancers in two...

Hamlet/Richard III review – all is angry in the garden

Nicole Cooper’s Hamlet is putting the first player through his paces. Warming up for the performance that will catch the conscience of the...

Neighbors Actress Lisa Armytage Cooks Pigeon & Vibrator Story (Interview)

Ex Neighbors Actress Lisa Armytage cooks the pigeon that she gutted while talking about a film she was in which featured a box of...

The Actor's Nightmare review – it's just a stage they're going...

To complement its main-house production of Whodunnit (Unrehearsed), the Park is presenting six short plays by Christopher Durang about the insecurities of actors...

The Nico Project; The Fountainhead – review

How can The Nico Project excavate a woman who has been stuck in the mythical permafrost for as long as Nico – and...