What rhymes with orange?

**** STARS By Guy Webster Like many shows slated to perform in 2021’s season of Melbourne Fringe before lockdown, What rhymes with orange? faced...

Isabella Perversi’s What Rhymes with orange goes digital

Playing as a part of the 2021 Melbourne Fringe Festival, What rhymes with orange?, written and performed by multi-disciplinary Isabella Perversi,...

Friends! The Musical Parody finally opens

Sam KIingner's journey to bring Friends! The Musical Parody to Australian theatres began back in 2017 when he first spoke to US producers about...

Ciara Thorburn births her thesis

Melbourne-based Circus Artist Ciara Thorburn recently birthed a lockdown baby of a different kind.  Named The Thesis, the work is a 50-minute...

Meg Dunn Talks Phantasmagoria

Multi-disciplinary artist Bernadette Trench-Thiedeman' s latest work, Phantasmagoria, opens its world premiere at Theatre Works next month. The...

Welcome to a Certain School of Magic and Magic

A play for anyone who has never been destined to save the world. Liam Erck explained the joys of playing numerous roles in the upcoming production...

Eric Gardiner Talks His Prayer Machine

Red Stitch Actors’ Theatre will present the world premiere of Prayer Machine, an original play by Melbourne playwright Eric Gardiner (Bounty),...

Sophie Smyth’s deep connection to robot Song

Award-winning, Robot Song, is set for its  limited return season at Chapel off Chapel later this month. Winning a Helpmann Award for Best...

The magic of Magic Mike Live

By Nick Pilgrim In my decade of reviewing shows and events for Theatre People, this week marked my first media call. By the sheer good fortune of...

Merrily rolling along to opening night

After Merrily we roll along officially opened on Broadway in November 1981, it played 16 performances and then closed. Reviewing the production for...

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