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Address245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh
Sydney
New South Wales
NSW 2015
Australia
Google maps33° 53' 39.101" S 151° 11' 21.512" E
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New Breed unearths emerging Australian talent

Arise © Pedro Greig
This showcase is creative, quirky, bold and, best of all, experimental as four emerging Australian choreographers explore not just intricate shapes and sequences, but whole new ways of movement.
****1
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Emerging choreographers with Sydney Dance Company's New Breed

A scene from Katrina Olsen's Mother's Cry © Pedro Greig
The 2018 installment of Sydney Dance Company's annual showcase for new choreographers, New Breed, brings four diverse and experimental works to the stage.
***11
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The Repairing of Lucretia

Anna Dowsley (Lucretia) © Zan Wimberley
The problematic nature of Britten's Rape of Lucretia is well-known: Sydney Chamber Opera's production attempts to navigate it via gender inversion. 
****1
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Biographica: a mazy musical melange

Mitchell Butel (Gerolamo Cardano) © Lisa Tomasetti
Mary Finsterer has managed a musical melange that crosses effortlessly and delightfully from the Renaissance to today. If only Tom Wright's book and libretto had been a match, this would have been a work worth taking to the world.
****1
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Dystopian Dostoevsky gets utopian orchestration

Notes from Underground © Zan Wimberley
Its achievement lies in the brilliant notion of taking the two parts of Dostoevsky's work – the Aboveground Man's self-loathed life and the Underground Man's reflections upon it 20 years later – and running them concurrently, using two different singers.
****1
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Deeper than the day: Dusapin's O Mensch

Mitch Reilly © Lisa Tomasetti
Absorbing performances from Mitch Reilly and Jack Symonds render Dusapin's O Mensch a highly charged experience at the end of the Sydney Festival.
****1
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Fly Away Peter: a compelling WWI commemoration

The adaptation of David Malouf's novella Fly Away Peter by Pierce Wilcox and Elliott Gyger is given a compelling world première by Sydney Chamber Opera under the direction of Jack Symonds.
****1
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Mayakovsky: an object of operatic fascination

A new opera by Alison Croggon and Michael Smetanin on the Soviet poet Mayakovsky is an intense experience in the production by Sydney Chamber Opera under Jack Symonds.
****1
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