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Mudfest 2011 (Two of a Kind): “24 Hour Musical” by Matilda Dixon-Smith

August 25, 2011


When I informed a colleague at work that I would spend my Sunday evening reviewing a 24 Hour Musical (a musical written, rehearsed and performed in 24 hours), she rather aptly pointed out “Well, at least it’ll be interesting”. Interesting, indeed, is exactly what it was. 24 Hour Musical was an appropriately ramshackle affair. The stage […]

Mudfest 2011 (Two of a Kind): “24 Hour Musical” by Bill Stephenson

August 25, 2011


24 Hour Musical immediately leapt out to me the moment I saw Melbourne University’s Mudfest program. Aside from my poorly hidden love for musical theatre, it intrigued me as something I know I could never do myself – write, direct and rehearse a musical, all in under 24 hours. From the start it promised to […]

Mudfest 2011: “The Musical of Musicals: The Musical” by Matilda Dixon-Smith

August 20, 2011


I didn’t want to review a show on Friday evening. Instead, I’d been hoping to attend a friend’s “N”-themed house party. Lucky for me, I take my reviewing duties very seriously. As the first Mudfest 2011 show I’ve seen, The Musical of Musicals: The Musical certainly did not disappoint. In fact it entirely exceeded my […]

YDE Update: Mudfest 2011!

August 19, 2011


Mudfest 2011 is the biennial Arts festival which runs at the University of Melbourne for 10 days (18th – 28th August). You’re Dripping Egg has teamed up with the (unofficial) guide for Mudfest, Muddy Leaks to review some of the best events that the 2011 Mudfest program has to offer.  Our YDE: Mudfest 2011 staff […]

YDE Update: New and Upcoming in July and August

July 15, 2011


Get excited, folks, because YDE is really taking off this winter! Look out for new and upcoming features on the site, including a Staff Favourites section, and International Series and an exciting collaboration with the unofficial Mudfest blog, Muddy Leaks. This weekend will mark the beginning of YDE’s International Series. We’ve sent our contributors all over […]