The Weekend Australian - Review - - Out & About -

Aus­tralian oud player and com­poser Joseph Tawadros brings his jazz quar­tet — pi­anist Matt McMa­hon, bassist Karl Dun­ni­cliff and brother James Tawadros on req (Egyp­tian per­cus­sion) — to per­form ma­te­rial from past al­bums and his lat­est re­lease, Truth Seek­ers, Lovers and War­riors. River­side Theatre, cor­ner of Church and Mar­ket streets, Par­ra­matta. To­mor­row, 3pm. Tick­ets: $21-$35. Book­ings: (02) 8839 3399 or on­line.

Ter­rain The Blind Gi­ant is Danc­ing It is good to see again this great clas­sic of the Aus­tralian stage, in such an ex­cel­lent pro­duc­tion by Ea­mon Flack, and to see it in­tro­duced to new au­di­ences. It is epic, wild, para­noid and pas­sion­ate, full of per­sonal and political hope and de­spair. We watch in fas­ci­nated hor­ror as writer Stephen Sewell’s cen­tral pro­tag­o­nist, an ide­al­is­tic politi­cian, be­comes in­creas­ingly

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