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Festival of Mirrors (1982)

The Hall of Mirrors: A Festival (original title)
Short documentary feature examining the 1982 Adelaide Festival of Arts in Adelaide, South Australia. Performances that are featured include original archival footage of the State Theatre ... See full summary »

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Short documentary feature examining the 1982 Adelaide Festival of Arts in Adelaide, South Australia. Performances that are featured include original archival footage of the State Theatre Company of South Australia performing Patrick White's "Signal Driver"; the Sydney Theatre Company' s production of David Hare's "A Map of the World"; Playbox Production's performance of Sam Shepard's "Buried Child"; Pina Bausch's Kontakthof Wuppertaler Tanztaler; Graeme Koehne's "Sinfonietta" by the University of Adelaide's Elder Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra; and a live performance by cabaret act Circus Oz. Written by Jamie Skinner

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Performances that are featured include original archival footage of the State Theatre Company of South Australia performing Patrick White's "Signal Driver"; the Sydney Theatre Company' s production of David Hare's "A Map of the World"; Playbox Production's performance of Sam Shepard's "Buried Child"; Pina Bausch's Kontakthof Wuppertaler Tanztaler; Graeme Koehne's "Sinfonietta" by the University of Adelaide's Elder Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra; and a live performance by cabaret act Circus Oz. See more »

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