Ep 35 – De Stroyed, House of Bernarda Alba

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Welcome to the second last episode of season 3! To ensure season 4 is created please contribute to our fundraiser today. Link on all our social media. It’s been 2 months since our last episode and A LOT has happened. We had a win at the Australian Podcast Awards and talk about it. Jasmine Moseley of the The Australian Ballet joins us for Intermission and Coming Soon – featuring the Head On Photo Festival and virtual reality in Canberra. This month’s shows discussed are De Stroyed by Jillian Murray and Suzanne Chaundy Director at fortyfivedownstairs and The House of Bernarda Alba – an Australian reimagining of the Federico Garcia Lorca play, by Patricia Cornelius and Leticia Ines Caceres at Melbourne Theatre Company.

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Ep 33 – Abigail’s Party, Uncanny Valley, Girl

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And we’re back! Swinging into April, feeling the lush shag pile between our toes. Our shows this month take us to 70’s England, dripping with middle class malaise in Mike Leigh’s Abigail’s Party (via the MTC). We then move into industrialised robot lady future and beyond with Angela Goh’s Uncanny Valley, Girl; as part of the Festival of Live Art. Carla and Phil also chat in depth about Phantom Thread, classical music in Collingwood carparks (Penny Quartet/Play On), Dark Mofo, MSO Metropolis new music festival and Fleabag. Thanks for listening and please share with your friends! We also have a new website for you to sign up to our newsletter and see our happy faces http://www.acrossaisle.com – thanks and see you in a month!

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Ep 15 – Lilith: The Jungle Girl, Two Dogs

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Carla returns and the gang goes to MTC’s Lilith: The Jungle Girl and Two Dogs – presented by Melbourne International Arts Festival. Intermission banter is a long time coming catch up, coming soon discusses the NGV and Melbourne International Arts Festival. Our tickets to Two Dogs is sponsored by Julien Leyre of the Marco Polo Project.

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Ep 11 – Straight White Men, Bright World

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Carla and Philip discuss Young Jean Lee’s Straight White Men at the MTC; then they travel Southside to encounter the joyous Bright World at Theatreworks. Over a few drinks at intermission we discuss Boomer arts endowments, Philip’s endless art participation (this time at Next Wave and the Metropolis new music festival) and all that we have coming soon.

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Ep 8 – North by Northwest, Picnic at Hanging Rock

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In this episode, Philip and Carla talk about Art Centre Melbourne’s reboot of Melbourne Theatre Company’s “North by Northwest,” then Malthouse Theatre’s production of “Picnic at Hanging Rock.” Plus, at intermission, the Netflix series “Love” and this year’s terrible White Night. Enjoy!

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Ep 1 – MTC Neon; The Lonely Wolf, SHIT and We Get It

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In our first episode we’ll be discussing Melbourne Theatre Company’s Neon Season – the “Festival of Independent Theatre”. We cover Gary Abrahams/Dirty Pretty Things “The Lonely Wolf”, Patricia Cornelius’ “SHIT” and Elbow Rooms “We Get It”.

 

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