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REVIEW: Paul Capsis in LITTLE BIRD

Fascinating fable enchants all

By Bradley Storer

Australian cabaret and musical theatre star Paul Capsis comes to Melbourne with Little Bird, a dark modern fairytale by playwright… 402 more words

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Tangent; Or, How the Mortlock Wing at the State Library of SA stole the show

The State Theatre Company’s ‘Tangent’ event on Monday night was lots of fun — an hour of excellent questions and great conversation about fairy tales, and our enduring love of them. 61 more words

Tangent: Dark Fairy Tales and Little Bird

Last minute update: I’ve been remiss in sharing this news! Tonight, at the State Library of South Australia, I will be participating in a ‘Tangent’ panel with the State Theatre Company’s Artistic Director Geordie Brookman, … 203 more words

Sea Bloom

This article was originally published in the May Adelaide Review

Since her first play Tender opened in Belvoir’s independent theatre space in Sydney in 2006, playwright Nicki Bloom has seen her plays produced in Aubrey, Brisbane and New York City, with additional readings in Melbourne and London. 698 more words

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Review: Land & Sea

Sorry about the published draft, if you happened to catch it anyone. WordPress reaching back into the bowels, enjoy the inner workings of my brain. … 1,393 more words

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Land & Sea: Strange Loops in Time and Space

A gun. A bath. A telephone. An island. This is practically all we’ve heard about a new play titled Land and Sea.

Jennie Lenman wanted to find out more, so she caught up with the playwright, Nicki Bloom – a young practitioner who has already found considerable success and recognition in her short career so far. 34 more words

Review: The City

This review contains minor spoilers to the plot and the production.

When Christopher (Chris Pitman) went to work today, his swipe card wouldn’t swipe. No matter what he did, the door wouldn’t register him. 1,617 more words

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