Green It Up returns By Maurice Sibelle BRISBANE — Brisbane's weekly infotainment night, Green It Up, opened with a bang on February 27. The Celtic Club, packed with supporters of Green Left Weekly, eagerly listened to the sounds of the
By Way of Deception: An Insider's Devastating Expose of the MOSSAD By Claire Hoy and Victor Ostrovsky Arrow Books Ltd, London. 1991. $12.95 (pb) Reviewed by Mark Delmege This is a book I would recommend to anyone interested in the Middle
Orwell: the authorised biography By Michael Shelden Heinemann, 1991. $45. Reviewed by Craig Brittain Over the years I've read a number of biographies that seemed just about perfect: Dotson Rader's beautiful portrait of Tennessee Williams,
Barton Fink Directed by Joel Coen Written by Joel and Ethan Coen Starring John Turturro and John Goodman Reviewed by Ulrike Erhardt Barton Fink is all about heads. Heads that think, drink, feel superior or inferior and sometimes get chopped
Our dear old Queen em = By Denis Kevans I really love Australia's deal old Queen, Our dear old Queen gets dearer, as you know, Our dear old Queen's the dearest Queen of all, She's far too bloody dear, she's got to go.
House of Glass By Pramoedya Ananta Toer Penguin, 1992. 340 pp. $16.95 Reviewed by Stephen Robson Those already acquainted with the previous volumes in the quartet have eagerly awaited this final novel. Translated by Max Lane, the first of
The American Clock By Arthur Miller Directed by Kevin Jackson New Theatre, 542 King St, Newtown Fridays and Saturdays 8.15 p.m., Sundays 5.30 p.m. Reviewed by Emlyn Jones This absorbing production is the result of director Kevin Jackson's
City of Hope Written and directed by John Sayles Starring Vincent Spano, Tony Lo Blanco, Joe Morton and Angela Bassett At the Mandolin Cinema, Sydney Reviewed by Barry Healy John Sayles launches a full frontal assault on the myth of the
Selling Grandma NSW Premier Nick Greiner's "privatisation is for everyone" campaign has met an irreverent response from the Death Defying Theatre. In association with the Public Service Association, the group has put together "Selling
By Kath Tucker An unfortunately short season of the play Blind Justice and the Nipple of Mercy, at the Bay Street Theatre, was one of features of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. A thought-provoking, moving, and at times very funny


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