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Fringe World Perth 2012

Ancient Greece Meets Political Fiction in Persians

No Comments 18 February 2012

Persians is the world’s oldest surviving play. Written by the Greek poet Aeschylus, it imagines the reactions of the Persian leaders to their army’s destruction at the hands of the Greeks. One of the few Greek tragedies to actually be set in their current day rather than mythic times, it’s essentially Ancient Greek contemporary political […]

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Fringe World Perth 2012

Fringe spin on a classic in All’s Well that Ends Well

No Comments 18 February 2012

All’s Well that Ends Well is a romantic comedy where the couple shouldn’t be together and their eventual reconciliation strikes a somewhat disquieting note. The Fringe World production from local theater company North Sea Boat Terminals is a spirited and ambitious take on one of Shakespeare’s problem plays. The small cast of young Perth actors […]

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Fringe World Perth 2012

Dirk Darrow: NCSSI is on the case

No Comments 07 February 2012

Tim Motley plays Dirk Darrow, a down on his luck PI, searching for a murderer. His number one suspect is hiding within the Treasury Cabaret. Dirk Darrow: NCSSI should appeal to any fans of Film Noir. Darrow is a spot-on parody of the typical Noir anti-hero. He speaks like Humphrey Bogart, wears a fedora and […]

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Fringe World Perth 2012

‘Unashamedly about having a good time’ – Lucha Royale

No Comments 31 January 2012

A wild mix of Lucha Libre pro-wrestling and burlesque, Lucha Royale is flat out fun. A funny and sexy romp, the audience is bound to enjoy themselves. One of the most physically impressive shows on the Fringe World Festival line-up, there‚Äôs high-flying wrestling matches and intense, lavishly costumed burlesque routines. The show’s masked MC does […]

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