Review: HOW TO LIVE (After You Die) – UnWrapped at Sydney Opera House (NSW)

Following a serene, transporting minute of scene-setting music, renowned filmmaker and artist Lynette Wallworth entered the stage and welcomed us into the landscape of a section of personal history that she had held close for a long time. “Some stories are like family,” she explained, “you have to look after them for a long time before allowing them out into the world.” It was a striking way to begin, and gently but clearly informed us that it took great vulnerability to create the work we were about to experience. Read the full review now!

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Review: Baby Beryl – Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2022 (VIC)

Steph Tisdell gives you an hour of comedic joy that will have you pondering the human condition, learning about new sexual kinks, witnessing Oprah style interviews, and forever keeping out an eye out for anyone named Beryl. Read the full review now!

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Review: Stay Woke – Darlinghurst Theatre Co (NSW)

Set in the beautifully designed snowfields of Mount Buller, courtesy of Matilda Woodroofe, Stay Woke is a new play from Melbourne’s Malthouse Theatre about two Tamil brothers, their partners, and the struggles of appearing “woke” in front of the people you love. Playwright Aran Thangaratnam draws on his experiences of being “locked in our houses, forced to interact with our families in ways we hadn’t before”, and presents that experience on the stage – asking us, how much of what we believe is who we are? Read the full review now.

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