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Brahms and Dances

Experience the full range of power, raw emotion, and beauty of sound possible on violin and piano with Matthew Rigby and Yiyun Gu.
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he/r

he/r is cutting edge. It asks big questions about self, belonging, and the sickening notion that we should all be woke.
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Eight Hands

LIVE AT VENUE OR LIVESTREAM AT HOME A rare and spectacular event performed by four popular Melbourne pianists
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Hell Ship: The Journey of the Ticonderoga

In 1852, Michael Veitch’s great-great grandfather confronted a deadly epidemic head-on, as the ship’s surgeon on the emigrant clipper Ticonderoga’s nighmare voyage from Liverpool to Melbourne. Resonating powerfully with today’s world, Hell Ship is a story of hope, love and survival.
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Kefi

Taxithi Project invites you to welcome summer with party songs from the 50s, 60s and 70s.
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Solstice Trio Online

Watch Solstice Trio at home. A program of New York-based composers at the boundaries of contemporary classical, jazz and electronic music.
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Still by Jen Silverman

Written by one of the hottest young playwrights from New York City, Jen Silverman’s award-winning play will make you laugh, cry and reflect, often all at the same time.
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Voyage

In the midst of convict ships arriving each week from Britain, a different cargo leaves for Australia. On board are 287 immigrant women enticed by promises of a better life.
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Playreading: June by Patrick McCarthy

Following their critically acclaimed productions Grief and the Lullaby (2015) and The Sky Is Well Designed (2017), Fabricated Rooms present a work-in-progress reading of their third project, June.
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RUNT

A play about the runts of the world: the lesser, the unwanted, the weak, those without clout, the insignificant; all the unders.
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The Anniversary

Multi award-winning creators of Die Roten Punkte, Clare Bartholomew and Daniel Tobias are back with a brand new murderously funny physical farce.
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