Theatre Review: Cassie Workman’s Giantess is a heartfelt (and hilarious) triumph

One day, while shopping for school supplies, a little girl is kidnapped by a troll. She spends the next thirty years trapped in the troll’s house, gradually assimilating to his lifestyle. She cooks, cleans, and is careful to never look outside at the world beyond. Isolated and convinced of her own brokenness, only a giantess – big, bold, and unafraid – can save her.

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Theatre Review: La Silhouette brings powerful immersive theatre to Brisbane’s MELT festival

Brisbane’s The Sui Ensemble have brought immersive theatre to MELT, with the cabaret club inspired La Silhouette. Bringing tales from Brisbane’s queer history to life, audience members participate as club patrons, with (almost) entirely free reign to move and interact as they like throughout the show’s two hour running time.

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