Day: 16 December 2018

Photo Gallery: Great Gable + Butter + Dulcie + Nika Mo – Rosemount Hotel, Perth (14.12.18)

December 16, 2018

Perth’s Great Gable have spent much of December out on the road, touring their new single “Golden Slums”, but Friday night saw them return home for the final date of the tour, with the band delivering an awesome show at The Rosemount Hotel. Joining in on the fun were Butter, Dulcie and Nika Mo. Stuart Sevastos was […]

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Interview: Stephen Lopez talks about dancing up a storm in the salsa musical In The Heights at Sydney Festival

December 16, 2018

Melbournian actor, Stephen Lopez played Usnavi De La Vega in the debut Australian production of In The Heights in Melbourne in 2015. The show, a quadruple Tony award-winning work, written by Hamilton creator and Moana composer Lin-Manuel Miranda, is a modern summer musical boasting hot, Latino rhythms. A return staging of the show will be hitting the Sydney […]

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Book Review: Olga Tokarczuk’s Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead is a murder mystery, but not as you know it

December 16, 2018

Janina Duszejko (though never call her Janina) lives just outside an isolated village. She spends her days tending to the empty holiday homes nearby, teaching at the local school, and mourning the disappearance of her two beloved dogs. But when prominent members of the local hunting club are found dead, Duszejko is on the case. […]

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Video games and world building: Taking players somewhere they’ve never been before

December 16, 2018

2018 has been crazy good for RPG’s. The worlds that have been massive and immersive, and deep in content. What is curious is how the developers of these games let players in on the facts of the worlds they’ve built. Information is given to players in interesting ways that differ from game-to-game. From letting players […]

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