Melbourne, Melbourne Fringe 2015

One Show to Rule them All, Melbourne Fringe Festival 2015

No Comments 02 October 2015

One Show to Rule them All, the brainchild of Don Jordan, is a recital of music inspired by JRR Tolkein’s fantasy saga, The Lord of the Rings. The Windjammer Brass Ensemble accompanies baritone Robert Dora and soprano Samantha Fraser in the performance of Donald Swann’s 1967 song cycle The Road Goes Ever On (for brass) but the program also includes […]

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An interview with Don Jordan from “One Show to Rule Them All”, Melbourne Fringe Festival 2015

No Comments 02 October 2015

Don Jordan from the Mel’Bones Trombone Quartet is embarking on a new show at Fringe this year with One Show to Rule Them All. The musical show consists of poems and songs from Tolkien’s trilogy The Lord of the Rings sung by Robert Dora and Samantha Frazer, accompanied by Don Jordan’s Windjammer Brass Ensemble. The […]

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People Piss in Here, Melbourne Fringe Festival 2015

No Comments 02 October 2015

From the production company, Crowtown, and directed by Stephen Jones, People Piss in Here is a surreal comedy that both enlightens and amuses as it explores the struggles of those suffering from mental illnesses . When Jo suffers from a panic attack, she locks herself in an isolated bathroom, only to find that there is […]

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Soothplayers, Melbourne Fringe Festival 2015

No Comments 01 October 2015

It’s the performance equivalent of attempting to solve a rubix cube blindfolded – an hour-long wholly improvised Shakespeare play, complete with Shakespearean language and themes. But miraculously, mind-bogglingly, delightfully, it’s one that Melbourne troupe Soothplayers pull off. In their debut run for Melbourne Fringe, there’s no sense that the nascent improv troupe are struggling to […]

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Hersteria, Melbourne Fringe Festival 2015

1 Comment 01 October 2015

Cait Spiker and Simone French take a fantastically frantic look at modern feminism in their new show 'Hersteria'.

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Love, Loss and Lattes, Melbourne Fringe Festival 2015

No Comments 01 October 2015

Coffee is a pervasive element of modern Melbourne culture and has the potential to be an interesting theme for a circus show. Love, Loss and Lattes is a respectable debut solo performance by pole dancer and aerialist ‘Missy’, but it lacks characterisation and vitality. Missy opens the show sitting at a desk with a mug […]

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i’m not alright, Melbourne Fringe Festival 2015

No Comments 01 October 2015

Daley King delivers a witty and honest performance in his one man play, i’m not alright. It tells the story of a character suffering from depression reflecting on his past, moments before committing suicide. Exploring the devastating effect that depression can have on an individual – through different situations such as failed Tinder dates, working […]

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