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Affirmation For Tradition. Womadelaide 2004 [review]
(The Adelaide Review, 2004-04)
This year was going to be a testing one for Womadelaide. It was the beginning of annual stagings of the event and the first time, since inception in 1992, that it had been re-incorporated into the Adelaide Festival. Some ...
Long Cool Drink From Brel's Well. Adelaide Cabaret Festival 2004 [review]
(The Australian, 2004-06-15)
With 26 performances of its two week program already sold out, the Adelaide Cabaret Festival is bringing a winter boost to the often dark Festival Centre. The opening weekend alone has some 11,000 punters in every nook and ...
Simple Strength Betters Virtuosity. Adelaide Festival 2004 [review]
(The Australian, 2004-03-09)
The eyes have it for theatre at the Adelaide Festival. Toronto’s CanStage even opens its accomplished performance of Gogol’s sardonic story with projected titles - just like the movies. Anyone familiar with the vibrant ...
Gotta Get Out of Displace. Adelaide Fringe Festival 2004 [review]
(The Australian, 2004-02-24)
The first weekend of theatre in the Adelaide Fringe has opened strongly with a number of works interestingly clustered around the theme of imprisonment within the self.
Naked Observation to End Festival on a High. Adelaide Cabaret Festival 2004 [review]
(The Australian, 2004-06-25)
When you go to a show called Private Dancer what exactly might you expect? Dancer, performance artist, satirist and hostess, Wendy McPhee makes it very clear when she appears dressed only in a studded choker. After being ...
Gems At Risk of Being Swamped. Adelaide Fringe Festival 2004 [review]
(The Australian, 2004-03-11)
With an estimated crowd of one hundred thousand cheering the opening night parade, a lively buzz at Rundle Park’s Garden of Earthly Delights, and, by yesterday, a gross of $2.9m and 163,000 in ticket sales, the Adelaide ...
Fringe Benefits. "Adelaide Fringe Festival" Fringe Theatre. [review]
(Adelaide Review, 2004-04)
Those long lines down Angas Street, out of the Nova on Rundle Street and the big mobs around the Scott Theatre were all for comedy acts. Some were worth the wait - the eccentric Daniel Kitson, Lano and Woodley’s hypermanic ...
Global Appeal. Womadelaide [preview]
(The Adelaide Review, 2004-01)
Womadelaide will soon be upon us: from 5 -7 March, to be exact. And, yes, it does seem like only a year ago. Now an annual fixture, Womad, this year, is tucked under the wing of the Adelaide Festival- as it was for its ...