Articles written by: Christine Fotis

Merciless Gods

http://www.milkbarmag.com/2017/07/31/merciless-gods/

Merciless Gods is the latest production by award-winning playwright Dan Giovannoni focusing on eight short stories in all their raw, confronting and heartbreaking glory.

Tragedy! (a new comedy)

http://www.milkbarmag.com/2017/07/13/tragedy-a-new-comedy/

Tragedy! (a new comedy) is a humorous look at people’s addictions to everything from Facebook to frappuccinos from the point of view of a Greek god looking down on today’s selfie-obsessed, consumer culture.

Threshold

http://www.milkbarmag.com/2017/06/29/threshold/

Milk Bar Mag chatted to Stacey Korfiatis about Threshold, her exhibition at the Gallerysmith Project Space.

Wages of Fear

http://www.milkbarmag.com/2017/06/27/wages-of-fear/

Wages of Fear tells the story of vulnerable people risking their own lives to escape their current situations, a theme still prevalent in today’s society.

1984

http://www.milkbarmag.com/2017/06/07/1984/

In today’s world of fake news and metadata retention schemes, the theatrical adaptation of George Orwell’s dystopian classic 1984 is more chilling than ever.

Passage

http://www.milkbarmag.com/2017/05/12/passage/

Tom Goldner's Passage will see you walk down a Kensington laneway to be transported into the beautiful world of The Alps.

Top Six Street Art Spots in Melbourne

http://www.milkbarmag.com/2017/04/27/top-six-street-art-spots-in-melbourne/

Milk Bar Mag has identified the top six suburbs of Melbourne's street art scene.

Zach’s Ceremony

http://www.milkbarmag.com/2017/04/04/zachs-ceremony/

Growing up is never easy, especially when you are split between two drastically different worlds. Zach’s Ceremony is a powerful debut documentary by director Aaron Peterson that follows young Indigenous man Zach Domadgee for six years, from boyhood, aged 9 to the cusp of adulthood, aged 15. We see his […]