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“The show must go on” is a well worn theatre cliché, but it was entirely appropriate for Black Swan State Theatre Company's second preview of Noël Coward's Blithe Spirit on Monday night.
As you plan a trip around round Australia the hardest part is where to leave off your list – but whichever way you make the trip make sure Coral Bay stays on the agenda.
Situated 12 hours drive north of Perth or three south of Exmouth, Coral Bay is virtually unbookable less than a year ahead during school holidays, so check your dates and grab a house, campsite, unit or backpacker room.
The uniquely West Australian production of Greenfield, a five episode web-series will premier at Luna Leederville this Thursday 25 June.
Greenfield is an Australian-Danish cinematic soap-drama web-series set in rural Australia, which follows the story of the main character James hoping to start a new life in small town Greenfield with his girlfriend Kelly.
After an absence of over ten years, James' aspirations to rebuild his former life with girlfriend, Kelly are short-lived when her brother confides in her a volatile secret.
Perth Theatre Company's latest masterpiece, The Song was Wrong, celebrated its opening night on Friday 5 June to a packed house.
As we waited for the play to begin, the mood was set with the male lead waiting patiently in semi-darkness at the piano for the audience to arrive.
Along with the piano playing, The Song was Wrong by Director Melissa Cantwell is a multi media piece combining creative visuals and performance acting.
Glengarry Glen Ross is considered by many to be David Mamet's finest play, and Black Swan State Theatre Company tackles this masterwork with gusto and obvious relish.
Set in Chicago in the era of typewriters and landline phones, we are privy to two tumultuous days in the lives of the offices four salesman and their office manager.
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