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Meanwhile, at Arts Centre Melbourne you can meet the next generation of music theatre performers from the Victorian College of the Arts when they present the latest concert in the Morning Melodies programme. Just two players remain from the A-grade side that went through last season undefeated and finished runner-up in the grand final.
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Goal keeper Erin Crowhen is gone and goaler EJ Schifferle has been unable to commit fulltime, but utility Eliza Strawhorn and defender Maddie Hocking have joined from Yarrawonga as like-for-like replacements. Monday July 15, Natasha will be telling us all about it and Jamie will talk about the special event that TNA is presenting as part of The Kiln programme.
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Dan Lovick Lovick comes to the club with a lot of hype and will hold down a key position for the Swans. Will John Sheridan get a look-in with the film reviews? Or go on line to www. Dark Water is described as oceanic gothic with a twist of horror. The questions: why do we make celebrities out of victims?
Brad Spolding talks with John Sheridan about his ideas for the venue and how he intends to invite artists and audiences to experience the development and presentation of new artistic works created by some of the sharpest and most curious minds from across Australia and the world.