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Vlady T & Madison Montepaone: Destroy Solzhenitsyn at Melbourne Fringe

Hosts Andrew Kelso and Christian Tsoutsouvas chat to director Vlady T and cast member Madison Montepaone about the artist finding their own […]

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Review: The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow at Melbourne Fringe

Osman Erciyes and Christian Tsoutsouvas discuss sci-fi in theatre, audience surprises and quirky characters in their review of The Intelligent Design of Jenny […]

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Fringe Furniture and Festival Opening Night

Will Dawson and Rachel Iampolski headed to the Melbourne Fringe Festival Opening Night for the Fringe Furniture Awards and chatted to festival […]

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Stephanie Teitelbaum: Wet Cement at Melbourne Fringe

Andrew Kelso and Christian Tsoutsouvas chat to Stephanie Teitelbaum about her Melbourne Fringe Festival show Wet Cement, a cabaret exploring being half-arsed.

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Melbourne Fringe: They Say She’s Different

Hosts Alexander and Thomas chat to Cecilia Low (lead), Kenneth Moraleda (director) and Cameron Zayac (cinematographer) from upcoming Melbourne Fridge Festival cabaret […]

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Interview: Felix Preval on Melbourne Fringe Festival

Rachel Iampolski chats to Melbourne Fringe Festival producer Felix Preval on what it’s like to have his job, shows to watch out […]

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Melb Fringe Interview: Media Release – Isabella Valette and Oliver Waters

April is a young aspiring actress who realises one morning that all her dreams could be fulfilled via the launchpad of reality […]

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Melb Fringe Interview: A Day Like Every Other

A Day Like Every Other is a new playful and unexpected interactive work from the artists behind The Hide (Melbourne Fringe 2012). Exploring ritual […]

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Melb Fringe Interview: As You Like It

Shakespeare’s comic tale of love, lust and secret identities. Meet a group of ordinary people who believe in equality and the right […]

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Melb Fringe Review: SOMA

If you are new to The Fringe, you may have heard the common phrase – “you just don’t know what to expect”. […]