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Confessions Of A Mormon Boy

Six generations of family devotion, two years in a missionary position, a traditional heterosexual marriage that produced two children, and a set of teeth ivory hunters would frantically load and cock (their guns) for; yet none of this could suppress the gay man trapped in a Mormon’s body, Steven Fales. After journeying to hell - […]

REVIEW: Evita

Often acclaimed as the preeminent Lloyd Webber/Rice opus, this heroic, drama-filled, sung-through musical is an apt non-opera Opera Australia production. The historic political story of the life and death of Argentinian icon, Eva Peron - affectionately known as Evita - has particular resonance in the current zeitgeist of new feminism and examination of power. Arguments […]

Evita

Eva Peron was an iconic South American leader, who clawed her way to power from the slums of Argentina. This November, Manly Musical Society present the award-winning musical, Evita, which follows Peron’s thrilling journey to become one of the most powerful women in the world. “Evita is not so much the story of a particular […]