Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. | Sydney Fringe Festival

What does revolution look like? What are the steps one can take to revolutionise their relationships, jobs, everyday spaces? Alice Birch’s Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. is about feminist rising up, rewriting, and reimagining a new world on the other side of deconstruction.

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Fran & Leni | Seemingly Wholesome Productions

Image by Olivia Repaci

For Fran and Leni, punk is freedom from the restrictive paths their upbringing has put them on, protection from violent misogynists, and a place to express themselves authentically. Fifteen years later, the scene looks different and the two once-young girls have to find out if they’ve stayed true to their punk sensibilities.

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We Are the (End of the) World | Supply Evolution

In a true blue story of hardship, Australian egg farmers are facing bleak times with the invention of man-made egg replacements. A charity concert fundraiser seems like the best solution until it sparks an uncontrollable urge to give, which threatens conceptions of good and fairness. Taking it back to Hume, We Are the (End of the) World takes on charitable giving as a measure of altruism motivated by self-importance and a twisted promotion of individual sacrifice.

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Cats Talk Back | New Theatre

When CATS closed on Broadway in 2000, after 18 years on the stage, it was the longest running musical in Broadway history. In Cats Talk Back five ex-cats reminisce on their time together, their process of bringing CATS to life, and what they’ve been doing in the years since.

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Minky Opens a Gallery | Sydney Fringe Festival

Imagine you’ve been challenged to get your life together in six weeks. With no work experience, a poor secondary school record, and more money than you can picture, the clear solution is to open an art gallery in Paddington. In a new satire, Joanna Weinberg explores the collision of a celebrity socialite with the visual art world.

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Pinocchio | Little Eggs & the Clariboys

Image by Brett Boardman Photography

On a windy evening in Lucca, Italy, Geppetto returns to his lonely workshop, returns to his friends, puppets of his own creation. With them he can shut out the rampant fascism and hatred taking over his precious country. On this night in particular, however, he may return to his memories for the last time.

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A Little Cabaret | Little Triangle

The Cast of A Little Cabaret

Image by Christopher Starnawski (Omnes Photography)

The team behind Little Triangle are at it again, bringing forgotten musical theatre gems back to the stage for a new audience. This time, instead of a single show, there are a lot of little bits plucked from their narrative context and woven into A Little Cabaret.

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