What’s on stage in Melbourne July 27-28


On their first night alone together in years, Adam and Jan kick off the evening with an attempt at seduction. What ensues is a suspenseful and psychological rollercoaster ride of revelation, rancour, passion and humour. Playwright Michael Weller paints an honest portrait of a modern-day marriage, one that sways like a pendulum between divorce and deepening love. Saturday, 8pm, Sunday, 5pm, Alex Theatre, 135 Fitzroy Street, St Kilda, $30-$35, 132849, ticketek.com.au

Parampara: The Making of Dance.


Recreation, reinvention and reimagination all play a role in the creative process of dance. In Parampara: The Making of Dance, two senior dancers from the Bharatalya Academy explore contemporary Odissi dance with choreographer Dr Chandrabhanu OAM, accompanied by new music from Krushna Chandra Ray. The team also works with Spanish flamenco dancer Laura Uhe for a unique cross-cultural piece. Saturday, 7.30pm, Southbank Theatre, corner of Dodds Street and Southbank Boulevard, Southbank, $32.50-$39.50, 86880800, mtc.com.au

We Three is a humerous exploration of love, waste and who has the right to tell stories.


Celebrate Christmas in July with an unholy remake of an old tale. We Three is a humorous exploration of love, waste and who has the right to tell stories. Written by Hayley Lawson-Smith, it contemplates what the glitz and glamour of Christmas still means today, at a time when appropriation and religious freedom are under scrutiny. Presented by Dramatic Pause theatre company. Saturday, 2pm and 8pm, Gasworks Arts Park, 21 Graham Street, Albert Park, $25-$40, 86064200, gasworks.org.au

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