Melbourne Fringe 2011

Paul Culliver and Max Attwood: In No Particular Order

No Comments 30 September 2011

Paul Culliver and Max Attwood’s show: In No Particular Order, performed in an  overground bomb shelter at the top of three flights stairs at the Portland Hotel, is definitely not a place for tinned food,  Wagner scores or falling rubble, it is an environment of emerging, young comedic talent. The show is split into two […]

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Melbourne Fringe 2011

Things That Give A Hot Feeling

1 Comment 30 September 2011

   

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Melbourne Fringe 2011

Rhinoceros

1 Comment 29 September 2011

“Beautiful thing logic, provided it’s not abused”: this seems a strange sentence to exist in a play that features people spontaneously metamorphosing into giant horned creatures. Yet it is an irony that seems cohesive as, right from the onset, Rhinoceros is illogically logical. So, shuffle into the cosy Owl and the Pussycat, perch yourself on […]

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Melbourne Fringe 2011

So Calm, So Blue

No Comments 29 September 2011

I feel a bit stupid grinning like this, but it’s like I’m sitting on a cushiony wedge of sun in the audience of So Blue, So Calm. It’s dark and cold outside, and I can hear a lonely weeknight tram rattling past, but I’m not there – I’m in Mutation Theatre’s backyard. I’m sprawled out […]

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Melbourne Fringe 2011

Rebels and Radicals

No Comments 29 September 2011

Billed as “a short comedic history of rebellion in Australia,” Micah D. Higbed’s ‘Rebels and Radicals’ identifies the acts of protest and heroism that have defined Australia’s past and continue to echo in the present. Mixed with snippets of autobiography, Higbed asks his audience to take a long hard look at the historical importance of […]

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Melbourne Fringe 2011

Sweet Child Of Mine

No Comments 29 September 2011

She may have reached the pinnacle of her career playing a beaver in a school production, but Melbourne based performer Bron Batten has certainly hit another high with Sweet Child Of Mine, a collaboration with her parents which explores the meaning of art. Sweet Child Of Mine is hilarious, heart warming and friendly. Opening with […]

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Melbourne Fringe 2011

Mercedes Benz…Awkwardly

No Comments 29 September 2011

So you’re doing this for the money? No? Oh so you’re stripping for fun then? If you are an up yourself business man that loves to spend your early mornings at King St, there is every chance you’ll be in Hannah Williams show. In a refreshing cabaret, Williams sings, dances, acts and for the most […]

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Melbourne Fringe 2011

Bullet: A Superhero Comedy

No Comments 29 September 2011

Walking into Bullet: A Superhero Comedy I really didn’t know what to expect. I was intrigued, curious, and looking forward to what was to come. As the show began, it seemed like an interesting prospect. The show utilized no props, no scenery and very little movement. It was just six actors on stage reading from […]

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Melbourne Fringe 2011

Who, Me

No Comments 29 September 2011

The Whovians, the Ringers, the Star Wars nerds – a collection of the finest social misfits who have long been regarded as being too obsessive over their respective fandoms have finally been given a voice. Say what you will about them, but there’s one thing you can’t deny – they’re an extremely loyal bunch. And […]

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Melbourne Fringe 2011

Mercedes Benz…Awkwardly

No Comments 28 September 2011

What do you think about strippers? Do you think they’re trashy no-hopers who are only taking their clothes off to support their bastard children? Regardless of your answer, this show will both enlighten and entertain you. Talented Hannah Williams is the writer, producer and only performer in this impressive cabaret that reveals the real people […]

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