MF Patrick Livesey stars in The Boy, George

Melbourne Fringe: The Boy, George

If you want some hilarious and witty storytelling, then this show has it in spades. In The Boy, George, we meet George, Prince George, the Prince George whose birth stopped a nation. Swaddled in millennial pink, this pri...
Circus-Cision

Melbourne Fringe: Circus-Cision

Head First Acrobatics were scheduled to bring their award-winning show Elixir to Melbourne Fringe 2018. Due to an injury, instead we got Circus-Cision – a variety show of “Those that made the cut!”. MCed by Cal Har...
Matriarch Sandy Greenwood

Melbourne Fringe: Matriarch

Written and performed by Sandy Greenwood, Matriarch aims to give some insight into Greenwood’s life, and important events affecting the three generations of Gumbaynggirr mothers before her. The Warehouse as a venue won’t...
Cake Caitlin Lavery

Melbourne Fringe: Cake

Cake begins as a parody of Youtube ‘fame’ and reaches further into a beautiful anarchic space of romance, sex, and death. Playing to a deservedly packed house, Caitlin Lavery’s character walks out onto a Dexter-ish stage...
Jake Matricardi The Gargoyle

Melbourne Fringe: The Gargoyle

When monsters are given the opportunity to tell their own stories, it makes for some wonderful and compelling theatre. The production opens on the Gargoyle awakening from slumber, startled but ready to share their storie...
Byron Hutton Bit By Bit - photo by Robert Hutton

Melbourne Fringe: Bit By Bit

Bit By Bit by juggler and clown Byron Hutton aims to explore how Artificial Intelligence is slowly insinuating itself into our lives, and what effects this may have. We begin with Hutton as a ‘slobby’ figure ...
Casting Off Spenser Inwood, Sharon Gruenert and Debra Batton

Melbourne Fringe: Casting Off

In knitting, casting off is a way to remove a stitch from a knitting needle so that your work doesn’t become unravelled. I think we were supposed to take the words of the three women of circus show Casting Off as instruc...