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The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - Best Weekend - - THREE YEAR TEARS -

Moths & Math­e­mati­cians, which hopes to in­trigue au­di­ences with the lat­est de­vel­op­ments in physics and cos­mol­ogy through colour, sound and body move­ments. PACT Cen­tre For Emerg­ing Artists, 107 Rail­way Pde, Ersk­ineville; Tues­day-Saturday, 9.30pm10.30pm, adult $15, conc $12.50, syd­neyfringe.com New York-based Aus­tralian ac­tors Luke Smith and Chelsea In­gram have re­turned home to star in the provoca­tive play Keep Call­ing dur­ing the Syd­ney Fringe Fes­ti­val. Af­ter their fa­ther’s death, an es­tranged brother and sis­ter are forced to con­front a his­tory of binge­ing on booze and drugs. As they con­verse for the first time in 15 years, mem­o­ries of the past flood their present with shock­ing se­crets. ids can pull apart elec­tric type­writ­ers, key­boards, ana­log phones and VHS and cas­sette tapes — with per­mis­sion — in a cre­ative work­shop at the Pow­er­house Mu­seum this week­end. Part of the Syd­ney De­sign Fes­ti­val, Mak­ers And Break­ers al­lows minidesign­ers and in­ven­tors to un­leash their cre­ativ­ity. “It gives them the chance to be able to han­dle tools and be able to tinker,” says Mu­seum of Ap­plied Arts and Sciences pro­gram man­ager Danielle Ayns­ley. “They’re able to see inside things and see how they work, then they can make some­thing new out of the de­con­structed pieces, whether it’s a robot or their own type­writer. It’s en­cour­ag­ing their own de­sign skills and cu­rios­ity ... It’s go­ing to be a drop-in ac­tiv­ity on the mu­seum floor and it will be re­ally nice for fam­i­lies to do to­gether.” Mak­ers And Break­ers, Pow­er­house Mu­seum, 500 Har­ris St, Ul­timo; to­day and to­mor­row, 11am-3pm, ages 6+, adult $15 (in­clud­ing mu­seum en­try), conc $8, child 16 years and un­der free, maas.mu­seum

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