This wrap of shows around Melbourne includes Chunky Move’s 4/4, Miss Peony at Arts Centre Melbourne, Alistair Baldwin’s Telethon Kid, and Musicians of the Gewandhaus Orchestra.
- by Sonia Nair, Tony Way and Andrew Fuhrmann
Reviews of all the best shows in Sydney this week, including The Weekend at Belvoir, and Opera Australia’s La Gioconda in Concert.
- by Joyce Morgan and Peter McCallum
When Kanye West appeared, 60,000 fans jumped and some locals panicked, thinking an earthquake was occurring.
- by Elisabetta Povoledo
The band is willing to perform for Melbourne one last time and leave the crowd gobsmacked, but says the AFL is yet to reach out.
- by Nell Geraets
For its 12th year, Bleach has designed a festival for locals, which includes them in the process of making art.
- by Hannah Story
A wrap of the week’s live reviews, including Mr Bailey’s Minder, Constellations, Mad Scenes with Jessica Pratt, ACO’s Dvorak’s Serenade and Thandi Phoenix.
- by John Shand, Peter McCallum and James Jennings
“She thought I’d grow out of this phase but she became my collaborator and started making my clothes. She could copy patterns by famous designers to perfection.”
- by Jane Rocca
Three of the Grammy winner’s former backup dancers made numerous allegations including sexual, religious and racial harassment, disability discrimination, assault and false imprisonment.
This wrap of shows around Melbourne includes Caroline Lee in offbeat monodrama June, 2:22 A Ghost Story at Her Majesty’s Theatre, jazz group Trichotomy, Paco Pena’s Flamenco in Concert, and Werribee Park Mansion’s long-running production of What Was That?
- by Cameron Woodhead, Sonia Nair and Jessica Nicholas
Accusations within the lawsuit include sexual harassment, creation of a hostile work environment and interference with prospective economic advantage.
- by Nell Geraets