Other must-see shows

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Lit­tle Diana And The Big Fuzz, June 99-10, adult $40, conc $35 Bree Lan­gridgeL plays a young chanteusechante on the rise in the US mu­sicmu biz, in a piece cowrit­ten by its direc­tor Dar­ren Yap thatth draws par­al­lels be­tween­be­twe now and the Mo­townMo­tow era.

Jim M Mor­ri­son: Kalei­do­scope, June 12 12-13, adult $40, conc $35 Luigi Lu­cen­teL (left) puts fin­ger tot pi­ano and ex­am­ines the life and mind of Doors front­man­frontm Jim Mor­ri­son, reimag­in­ingreimag his beau­ti­ful, haunt­ing­haunti hits and look­ing at the manma be­hind the leg­end.

Killing Time, June 14 and 16, adult $40, conc $35 Mitchell Bu­tel sold out this show late last year so it’s a dead-set treat to have it back. Bu­tel seems to spend more time on stage than off it th­ese days. Here he sings songs and tell sto­ries he wants to tell.

MDMA: Mod­ern Day Maiden Aunt, June 16-17, adult $40, conc $35 Mel­bourne per­former Geral­dine Quinn (left) looks at the tra­vails of be­ing an un­mar­ried, child­less adult (and aunt) in a fam­ily of seven sib­lings.

Kurt, June 18-19, adult $40, conc $35 Kurt Cobain died in 1994, af­ter hav­ing launched a mu­sic revo­lu­tion. Here, for­mer End Of Fash­ion front­man Justin Bur­ford pays trib­ute to a mu­si­cian and writer whose in­flu­ence lives on.

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