In a symphony of charisma and crudeness, JTM Productions presents Sex Lies & Betrayal: Memoirs of a Hollywood Star. Continue reading Review: Sex Lies & Betrayal: Memoirs of a Hollywood Star
Is the weight of longing faster than the speed of light? The Theatre Guild Student Society poses this question and more in a formula-defying adaptation of Suzie Miller’s The Mathematics of Longing. Continue reading Review: The Mathematics of Longing
American lingerie company Victoria’s Secret are partaking in an image overhaul in efforts to rebrand the company, but has the change come too late? Continue reading No more angels: Victoria’s Secret to attempt one of the biggest brand turnarounds in recent history
National Reconciliation Week is celebrated across Australia between May 27 and June 3 each year. OTR Contributor Tabitha Lean discusses why this year, she’s had enough. Continue reading Reconciliation Week: Insanity or Hope?
The Morrison Government’s big spending budget is sparking concerns over Australia’s debt. With election campaigns looming, will we see Labor take notes from the Coalition’s 2013 election strategy? Continue reading If this isn’t a “budget emergency”, what is?
This is Port Adelaide gives AFL fans a true insight into one of the oldest football clubs in Australia. Continue reading Review: This is Port Adelaide
Calling all hardened drama lovers – it’s time to reunite your thespian tribe for a two hour peek into eight months of family tragedy. Continue reading Review: Rabbit Hole
With Taylor Swift’s release of Fearless (Taylor’s Version), discussions of nostalgia and how we relate to our younger selves have taken centre stage. Continue reading If there was ever a soundtrack of nostalgia, Taylor’s Version would be it
Say yes to Socially [Un]Acceptable this Fringe season and Laura Desmond will demystify consent by revealing exactly what ‘no’ looks like. Continue reading Review: Socially [Un]Acceptable
Anna Piper Scott presents an empowering hour of laughs that are wonderfully unapologetic. Continue reading Review: Queer & Present Danger