Posted by Caitlin McAtomney
22. Sep, 2012
|September 28, 2012 12:00 pm||to||September 29, 2012 12:00 pm|
Great theatre is not only entertaining but also thought-provoking, in a way that causes one to reflect upon human nature and the world in which we live. She Said Productions’ latest theatrical output is a satirical exploration of grief’s distortions of time and reality, stemming from the aftermath of the death of the State Premier.
Breaking is a gripping, witty, and honest depiction of the private lives of five people negotiating the public pillars of politics and the contemporary news media.
“The tragedy for the hosts of ‘Breaking’ is that the old model of journalists landing a scoop is no longer relevant,” the writer-directors say. “They churn out story after superficial story in the wake of the Premier’s death, but the main drama is unfolding elsewhere.”
WHEN: Tuesday 25 September to Sunday 30 September, 7:00pm
WHERE: Sketch and Tulip, 364 Victoria Street, North Melbourne
Garden Design Fest showcases 46 of Victoria’s most spectacular gardens, highlighting the work of some of the most acclaimed garden designers in the country.
Milk Bar Magazine speaks with Amelia Trompf, the author of the new children's book Who is Fitzy Fox?, set right here in Melbourne.
The NGV has been filled with the talented Edgar Degas’ art containing 206 pieces of work.
Angela Liong, the artistic director of Fire Monkey, on performing and how it encapsulates the theme of the Mapping Melbourne festival.
The Gathering is a brand new musical where six young friends reunite in an old house and their stories and secrets unfold.
Soul singer Jessica Papst has created the ultimate Eurovision spectacle of a show, The Road To Stockholm.