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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | July 15, 2020

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Lysa and the Freeborn Dames: making a stand for women

August 13, 2018 |

In the wake of worldwide Women’s Marches, Lysa, Tania Vukicevic, returns home to the small, backward town she grew up in, ready to make a stand of her own. Read More

Jasper Jones: You Just Got to Get Brave

August 4, 2018 |

The unthinkable happens in the small Australian bush town of Corrigan when a girl dies, a young man is blamed without a second thought, and secrets beg to be revealed. Read More

Stephen Sondheim’s Company at Brisbane Powerhouse

August 3, 2018 |

“It’s just that you have to want to marry somebody, not just somebody.” Company explores the art of maintaining relationships in a society where public and private spheres increasingly intertwine, and technology continually becomes more pivotal. Read More

Alas, April: a little touch of France

July 30, 2018 |

The Brisbane French Theatre brings a little bit of Paris to life in their new, original production, Alas, April. Read More

Little Women: the Broadway musical at The Brisbane Powerhouse

July 22, 2018 |

Louisa May Scott’s novel Little Women tells a story relevant in any year since the date it was published, including today, as was evident in the recent Broadway-style production of the novel at The Brisbane Powerhouse.    Read More

Dramaturg – Dramatic Composition for the Stage

July 17, 2018 |

I spoke with Brisbane-based, freelance Dramaturg, Rhumer Diball, about her experiences in the industry and her journey in developing her career. Read More

Paris in July: Alas, April

June 18, 2018 |

Calling all Francophiles and international theatre-lovers for an immersive, comedic French experience. Read More

Love is Love is Love in ‘Next Fall’

August 5, 2016 |

In the lead up to the proposed national plebiscite on marriage equality, certain religious organisations are becoming increasingly vocal opponents of the move. However, Metro Arts’ staging of ‘Next Fall’ is a bold, timely reminder that whatever your faith, whatever you believe in, love is love is love.

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Queensland Theatre Company’s thriller Switzerland

June 4, 2016 |

Switzerland is the deeply satisfying and entertaining two-hander from one of Australia’s foremost playwrights, Joanna Murray-Smith.

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Review: The Untouchable Juli

August 3, 2015 |

Reading the book before the film or theatre adaptation has many critical advantages. Read More

Review: A Dream Play

November 17, 2014 |

How do you stage a dream? ARISE Theatre company resurrected August Strinberg’s little-seen surrealist vision A Dream Play at Metro Arts’ Studio from Friday 7th November to Sunday the 9th.

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He Dreamed A Train: A Part Of Brisbane Powerhouse’s SWEET

October 10, 2014 |

Multi-award winning artist Margi Brown Ash and celebrated director Ben Knapton combine their creative superpowers to produce a new show that blends digital projection with old-fashioned storytelling. Read More

Queensland Theatre Company Presents Theatre Residency Week

September 16, 2014 |

Whether you are dreaming of a career in theatre, enjoy going to the theatre, or just have a general love for great experiences (who doesn’t?), then Theatre Residency Week is for you. Read More

Underground Productions’ ‘Adding Machine: A Musical’

September 11, 2014 |

Brisbane’s Underground Productions is proud to showcase their newest production, Adding Machine: A Musical. 

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