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The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - Best Weekend - - FRONT PAGE -

a Mums Grace Dongg and So­phie Stev­er­son with pink cock­tails at The Deck at Luna Park. Pic­ture: Dy­lan Robin­son Syd­ney Dance Com­pany’s artis­tic direc­tor Rafael Bonachela kicks off the 2018 sea­son with this full length piece that ex­am­ines the in­stincts di­vid­ing and unit­ing hu­man­ity. The work is per­formed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with com­poser Nick Wales. It’s at Roslyn Packer The­atre from May 14-26. ab [in­tra], syd­ney­dance­com­pany.com It’s a hard way to make a liv­ing, va vaude­ville. At least for Rose ( (Blazey Best, pic­tured), June and Louise, liv­ing by their boot­straps in this tale of mother-daugh­ter re­la­tion­ships and the dam­age our ac­tions can c cause. It’s at Hayes The­atre fro from May 18, tick­ets from $79. Gypsy: Gypsy A Mu­si­cal Fa­ble, hayesthe­atre.com.au hayesthea This hi­lar­i­ous mu­si­cal takes a tongue-in- row­ing up in a Jew­ish-athe­ist home, faith didn’t come eas­ily to Daniel Tobias (above) when he was di­ag­nosed with stage-four tes­tic­u­lar can­cer. Un­til he dis­cov­ered Lance Arm­strong. Now re­cov­ered, he pulls apart our he­roes and their short­com­ings in this per­for­mance meld­ing the­atre, sto­ry­telling and mu­sic. It’s at The Joan on May 18, tick­ets $40-$45. The Or­chid and the Crow, the­joan.com.au

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