Tag "Murdoch University Drama Workshop"

‘The Good Girl’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

It is always good to see a new play that is a little bit different, with Black Martini; they give you something fresh each time.

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‘Ajax in Iraq’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

… powerful and assured performances … not often seen in student productions of this complexity.

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‘Harvey of Aspirations’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

Is drowning the worst thing the sea can do to you?

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‘Low-Level Panic’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

Where is the divide between attracting a man and bringing on a sexual attack? In the appearance or in the mind?

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‘The Shenanigans Festival’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘The Shenanigans Festival’ this year was co-ordinated by the cookie Stephen B. Platt. It was presented in two parts, the first on one weekend, and the second the following week. The performances were in the Murdoch Rehearsal Space Theatre. All

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‘Voyage’ Reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘Voyage. The Poetics of Embodiment’, is a 60-minute, energy packed spectacular of contemporary dance, devised and directed by Salmiyah Fiedorowicz. Salmiyah is a Murdoch University PhD student who has studied the integration of body and mind. This performance is being

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