MICF Act Like A Lady

MICF: Act Like A Lady

Act Like A Lady features a series of concise sets of stand-up comedy from a group of female Canberran comedians. The group was well-led by MC Codie Bell, with a fantastic set that had the audience chuckling and on-side w...
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Richard 3

If you’re of the mind that sitting in a theatre watching a rarely performed 400 year-old Shakespearean play about a murderous king, with the king played by a slip of a girl, might not be your idea of a fun night in the t...
MICF Clara Cupcakes The Worst

MICF: Clara Cupcakes – The Worst

Walking out of a 16-colour Sierra game comes Clara Cupcakes – platinum blonde hair, purple skin, eight tentacles. Cephalopod molluscs never looked so fancy, as if straight outta the pictures; Marilyn Monroe from So...
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MICF: Coloured Aliens

Chi Vu’s script resembles Adaptation in some ways with its lead character a playwright struggling to find a way to write herself into a story in a way she’s satisfied with. There’s shades of Minority Report as well (the ...
MICF Mansplaining Alice Tovey and Ned Dixon

MICF: Alice Tovey – Mansplaining

Alice Tovey and Ned Dixon certainly know how to wield their instruments: Ned is terrific on the piano, his hands fierce across the keys; Alice has an incredible voice, majestic and malleable. Fans of Tom Lehrer, or Tim M...