• Nisha Joseph

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Melbourne, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

Offsite Runway Series: Exhibit by P.E, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

No Comments 21 March 2015

While runways can be impersonal and distant, Exhibit by P.E managed to find a steady balance between welcoming and professional. Reviewed by Nisha Joseph.

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Melbourne, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

Project Series: Dress Loud, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

No Comments 21 March 2015

Just behind the doors of the old Bakehouse mansion in Richmond lies a bizzare and bold new world. A cacophony of sound and colour greets you like an old friend as it sweeps you off your feet. This is Dress Loud. Reviewed by Nisha Joseph.

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Melbourne, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

Project Series: Don’t Stop Me Now, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

No Comments 20 March 2015

When the youngest model on the runway is 55 and the oldest 86, you know you've got a good show on your hands. With a combined age of 1054 years, Don’t Stop Me Now is a fun take on a traditional runway show. Reviewed by Nisha Joseph.

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Melbourne, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

Offsite Runway Series: Imprinting Wild, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

No Comments 11 March 2015

Three startlingly different designers, one theme. The result is an absolute feast for the eyes. Reviewed by Nisha Marie Joseph.

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Melbourne, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

Project Series: Young & Jackson the Play, Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program 2015

No Comments 10 March 2015

If paintings could talk, what stories would they tell us? Chloe – the model in a painting that has hung in the Young & Jackson bar since 1908, has seen everything from new friends to world wars. Reviewed by Nisha Marie Joseph.

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Melbourne, Melbourne Fringe Festival 2014

Royals, MFF 2014

No Comments 03 October 2014

The tame nature of the world that Royals inhabits doesn’t do justice to the full possibility of the concept but engages us none-the-less. Reviewed by Nisha Joseph.

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Melbourne, Melbourne Fringe Festival 2014

The Worst of Scottee, MFF 2014

No Comments 01 October 2014

Beautifully done and brutally honest: The Worst of Scottee has you laughing and crying within the hour. Reviewed by Nisha Joseph.

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Melbourne, Melbourne Fringe Festival 2014

The Glass Menagerie, MFF 2014

No Comments 01 October 2014

The Glass Menagerie focuses on ever-present issues like the constant war between dreams and duties, absent family members and societal pressures. Reviewed by Nisha Joseph.

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Melbourne, Melbourne Fringe Festival 2014

The Princess and the Glass Piano, MFF 2014

No Comments 01 October 2014

Sharmini Kumar’s The Princess and The Glass Piano is the true story of Princess Alexandra, a girl who was convinced she had swallowed a piano. Played by actress Stephanie Crowe, the play tells of the European princess’ life in the 19th century and dealing with her delusions. Reviewed by Nisha Joseph.

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