Monthly Archives: July 2013

Arts House 2013 Helpmann Award Winners!

Last night’s prestigious Helpmann Awards recognised two productions from Arts House Season 1 2013, with both receiving Helpmann Awards! Best Choreography in a Dance or Physical Theatre Work Nominee Antony Hamilton Production/Event Black Project 1 & 2 Presenter(s) Antony Hamilton Projects, Arts House & … Continue reading

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Arts Centre Melbourne – Dead Symphony

What music do you hear when you die? While most descriptions of near-death encounters focus on the visual, an award-winning Melbourne artist Saskia Moore takes a different perspective with UK ensemble Apartment House, in Dead Symphony. Arts Centre Melbourne is offering you … Continue reading

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La Mama – Wake Up Hate

Text by Jan Fabre,  directed and performed by  Paulo Castro A man returns from death to film with his eyes. The more he films the more he realizes he is also being observed. With a corrosive discourse and in a … Continue reading

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Melbourne Writers Festival: The Moth Mainstage

Experience the power of great literature when more than 300 of the world’s leading writers and thinkers descend on Melbourne for 11 days of provocative and passionate storytelling. This year our guests include London Mayor Boris Johnson, acclaimed New York-based … Continue reading

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Win Tickets: Substitute for the Mechanics Institute at La Mama

Written and directed by James Clayden in collaboration with Helen Hopkins and Kevin Hopkins. This new work explores human disorientation in the world as we know it. Clayden’s career is an irrefutable argument in favour of interdisciplinary forays, both in … Continue reading

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Ticket Giveaway: This is Beautiful

Part film, part feast, part inner beast. An interrogation-installation on the aesthetics of being human. Three actors consume a sumptuous meal on stage. They openly cross-examine one another about their bodies, faces and identities. What they love, what they hate, what … Continue reading

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Ticket Giveaway! Savages at fortyfivedownstairs

fortyfivedownstairs are giving away  2 x double passes to Patricia Cornleius’ new Australian play: Savages. Savages takes a tough look at masculinity and misogyny amongst a pack of ordinary young men. Four friends embark on the holiday of a life time … Continue reading

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