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- The Australian Ballet ends its 2015 season with a world premiere of artistic director David McAllister’s first choreographic work, The Sleeping Beauty.
- Typical of Brink Productions’ immersive theatre experience, the play, set in the fictional suburb of Barranugli, unfolds in an atypical stage installation resembling a cemetery.
- A baroque masterpiece that has been part of the company’s repertoire for 42 years, Australian Ballet has succeeded in finding new life in Sleeping Beauty and was aided by a generous $1.5m budget.
- Paul Blackwell and Kris McQuade star in The Aspirations of Daise Morrow, a new Australian play based on Patrick White’s acclaimed short story, Down at the Dump.
- The pavilion is made up of 13 large and 30 smaller petal-like shades, supported by four metre high columns.
- In some instances, these kerbs are substantial enough to support the construction layers but, in other instances, in my opinion, they are not.
- Due to cost pressures in the industry and the competitive nature of the sports construction industry, these kerbs might well not be offered as part of a design solution.
- This, again, is a good example of where thorough research beforehand can start to bear fruit during the construction process.
- Incidentally, it is a useful technique if precise engineering calculations are required for the drainage system as part of a planning condition.
- I have seen a design solution recently that has a recycling emphasis that relies on water movement into a specially developed kerb/drain.