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May 26, 2017

Fraught Outfit's bold Innocence Trilogy has its final installment realised in 2017. Split into two parts, Book of Exodus continues to focus on the identities of young people, the theatremakers again working with a cast of children and teenagers. Director and co-creator Adena Jacobs and co-creator and dramaturg Aaron...


May 19, 2017

Combining the worlds of contemporary dance and competitive hip hop, Nick Power's Cypher takes the rituals of the hip hop world and places them in a somewhat unfamiliar context. Nick joins Richard to talk about the development of the show and the culture of hip hop.

Spencer takes contemporary Australian suburbia...


May 12, 2017

This week's podcast features the return of 'Drawn Out', our monthly comics segment with Bernard Caleo. Bernard introduces us to new Australian indie comic Eyes Too Dry by Jessica Tavassoli and Alice Chiplin, described as "a graphic memoir about heavy feelings". Richard and Bernard discuss old Doctor Who, new Flintstones...


May 4, 2017

The big news on the Melbourne art scene this week is the move of Gertrude Contemporary from Gertrude Street, Fitzroy, to High Street, Preston South, echoing the move of many artists and organisations over the past few years from the CBD's fringe to suburbs further out. Artistic Director Mark Feary is in the studio to...


May 4, 2017

Today's podcast starts with an 'Art Attack!' from Ace and Tai. This fortnight's top exhibition is Claire Lambe's Mother Holding Something Horrific, a sculpture and mixed media exhibition at ACCA.

Next up is Paul Capsis in the Broadway classic Cabaret. Paul and Richard discuss the new production and its development, cast...