New Constellations | Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra

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With guest director Jakob Lehmann, the Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra is undertaking its first national tour for their New Constellations concert. Combining the work of two Romantic composers, this program presents a joyful dynamic with some unusual classic instruments.

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Managing Carmen | Lane Cove Theatre Company

Brent Lyle is a footy star on the up and up. His performance on the field is at its peak and his manager is finding excellent opportunities to make more money off the field, too, but something is holding Brent back. A secret he’s been keeping for years that just might ruin the future laid out in front of him.

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3x3x2 Festival of New Works | PACT Centre for Emerging Artists

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After two years as artists in residence at PACT, three emerging theatre-makers are sharing their work at the 3x3x2 Festival for New Works. From climate change to mortality, love to fear, and hope to faith, these productions explore the intricacies of modern living with a vigorous spirit for experimentation.

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JobReady | Big Muscles Sad Heart

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Matte is on the job hunt and his Bachelor of Arts and interest in music aren’t proving lucrative. JobReady explores the demoralising state of the current job market in a series of satirical interview and sketch scenarios.

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Final Placement & Bleach | Theatre Travels

Life can get wild and unruly at times, throwing unexpected obstacles at people with the very best intentions. In the final week of one act play festival No:Intermission, the office of a social worker and the romps of a sex worker show off the worst sides of humanity from bad luck to bad choices and everything in between.

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Life of Galileo | Belvoir

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Advances in science can revolutionise the world, bringing great change to health, agriculture, and where we see ourselves in the universe. But there are some people who don’t want the world to change. Life of Galileo reflects the mind’s paradox back at the audience and circles history around an age old opposition.

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Concerto for Choir | Bel a capella

For their second concert of 2019, Bel a capella again mixes pieces of old and new in a program that explores the sound and colour of choral music. Performed in the refined Cardinal Cerretti Memorial Chapel, the program centred “Concerto for Choir” by Alfred Schnittke for a balance of experimental and powerful pieces.

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