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Managing Ambition: …Until Monstrous’s “Hotel”

May 27, 2013

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Keen experimentation is a luxury of student theatre; when there’s a safe space for exploration, why not go to the very reaches of imagination and ability? Josiah Lulham and Clancy Moore’s Hotel is a lesson in ambition; the show is both a celebration of adventure and a warning about managing conceptual experimentation. The concept is this: one […]

Shakespeare among the Rubble: Union House Theatre’s “Third Person”

May 25, 2013

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Third Person is set in the ruins of Berlin in 1946, quite literally among the rubble of broken furniture and buildings. The city has been “cut up like a cake” after the fall of the Third Reich and tensions are starkly visible as lines of soldiers file through the Berliners scrounging among the ruins. With […]

Jasmine Griffiths Reviews Blank Slate’s “Aussie Rules”

May 15, 2013

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Writer/Director Andrew Keegan’s satire Aussie Rules, takes a wry look at Australian culture and identity while observing the hypocrisy of what we perceive to be the “Aussie” way of life. Genuinely funny comedy is incredibly difficult to write. Satire is even harder—it has to be clever, sophisticated AND funny. Aussie Rules doesn’t quite reach this […]

Free Stuff: WIN a Double Pass to Blank Slate’s “Aussie Rules”!

May 11, 2013

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You’re Dripping Egg, in association with Blank Slate, is giving away ONE FREE DOUBLE PASS to Blank Slate’s exciting new production, Aussie Rules! One lucky reader can win a seat for them and a mate at the Aussie Rules opening night, Tuesday 14 May. Just email youredrippingegg@gmail.com by MIDNIGHT on Sunday 12 May and answer […]

CASUM’s “Amadeus”: Mozart The Musical by Joseph Misuraca

May 3, 2013

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The Classical Arts Society at the University of Melbourne (CASUM) put on a fantastic modern production of Peter Shaffer’s acclaimed 1979 play. Jess Keeffe and Matt Westwood have written songs which incorporate string quartets and splices of Mozart’s original and memorable compositions, such as his Mass Requiem. What’s interesting about these pieces is the inclusion of text […]

[Updated] !!WIN!! One double pass to CASUM’s “Amadeus” by Peter Shaffer

April 23, 2013

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You’re Dripping Egg, in association with CASM, is giving away one FREE double pass to see CASM’s upcoming production of Amadeus by Peter Shaffer. You and a friend could be watching CASM’s Amadeus at its preview performance on Tuesday 30th April @ 7pm (at the Union Theatre in the University of Melbourne). To win, just […]

UMMTA’s “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” is “Mad Men” on Anti-depressants by Hilary Binks

April 22, 2013

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While UMMTA’s choice to coincide their performance of the classic ’60s musical, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (H2$), with the return of AMC’s Mad Men was probably a coincidence, comparisons between these two depictions of the corporate bubble are almost unavoidable. The lead character is really a bright-eyed, much younger Don Draper, who sings […]