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Spencer Sings the Hits (Jon Spencer) - music review
You can hear right from the opening track, “Do The Trash Can,” that Jon Spencer feels no pressure on his debut solo record Spencer Sings the Hits. For a career that
Climax - movie review
On a wintry night, 20 dancers gather in a French school to rehearse. The all-night celebration morphs into a hallucinatory nightmare, when they learn their sangria has been laced with LSD. What ensues
Evita (ACM) - theatre review
Tina Arena (Chicago) excels as the ill-fated Eva Perón in the revival of Evita at Arts Centre Melbourne. Acclaimed Brazilian operatic baritone Paulo Szot is her husband, Argentinian president
Perpetual Frustration Machine (Theatre Works) - theatre review
One of the most energetic pieces of theatre I've witnessed, Perpetual Frustration Machine is performance art combining circus with a dystopian underbelly.

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All My Sleep and Waking (Old 505) - theatre review
All My Sleep and Waking was an early play (first?) written by Mary Rachel Brown, first performed in 2002 in a 55 minute one-act version, that has had recent and further
Hostiles - movie review
Christian Bale returns to the western genre for the first time since the remake of 3.10 To Yuma in 2007. Hostiles also reunites him with director Scott Cooper, who put him through his paces in
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