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Review: Private Parts by Michael Chiang Playthings

Michael Chiang’s favourite script rings true even today.  When it first premiered in 1992, playwright Michael Chiang’s Private Parts was groundbreaking for its bold choice to depict transsexuals onstage, not as cheap […]

Review: Close Company by RAW Moves

RAW Moves embarks on a mission to find the connection between bodies. There’s a scene early on in Close Company where the audience hears the sound of a moving train, reminding […]

Preview: Close Company by RAW Moves

RAW Moves returns this October with yet another genre busting experimental dance performance. Collaborating with Australian, Adelaide-based artist Alison Currie, the premiere of Close Company will continue their 2018 theme of Competition, […]