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Tokyo Shock Boys
The shock-inducing Japanese foursome have man-
aged to survive 20 years of their spectacular stunts
and are celebrating with an anniversary tour. Any
show involving onion crushing as well as comedy is
bound to make you cry... from laughter.
Regal Theatre, March 17 - 20, ticketek.com.au.
Bindjareb Pinjarra | Described as "an improvised comedy about a massacre", Bindjareb
Pinjarra is an innovative fusion of history, outrageous humour, and physical theatre. This highly
charged production, created by both Nyoongar and Wadjella (whitefella) actors, illustrates the 1834
Pinjarra Massacre and its contemporary reverberations. Victoria Hall, Fremantle, March 17 - April 3,
The Danger Age
It's a case of mistaken identity in The Danger Age
when a chronically asthmatic 10-year-old named
John Curtin is telephoned by President Roosevelt
during World War II. Penned by celebrated Western
Australian playwright Kate Mulvany (The Seed),
this quirky play explores the repercussions of war
through a fusion of history and the imagination.
Victoria Hall, 179 High Street, Fremantle, May 11 -
Punk rocker, turned writer, turned actor, turned
political activist... ok, we could go on.
The exceptionally versatile and intellectually provoc-
ative Henry Rollins is returning to Australia as part
of his Frequent Flyer Tour. Drawing on experiences
traveling through the likes of Pakistan, Senegal,
China and Siberia, this hilarious stand-up show will
take a distinctly cultural flavour.
Astor Theatre, May 1 - 2, bocsticketing.com.au.
Three actors play more than 40 characters in this
play about a German chancellor who, as an act of
redemption, invites six million Jews to live in
Germany. The darkly comic script, written by Israel
Horovitz, explores love, revenge and forgiveness.
His Majesty's, March 18 - 31, bocsticketing.com.au.
Take the family along to this enchanting production by the award-winning Spare Parts Puppet Theatre.
The story -- about a young girl who dreams of befriending zoo animals -- is brought to life through a
magical mix of puppetry, dance, animation and masks. Various venues, March 13 - 30, sppt.asn.au.
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