JAMES GALEA AT THE 2009 MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL COMEDY FESTIVAL

What the stars mean? In , Galea teamed up with director Adam Franklin, in a partnership that would continue on future projects, to write the lyrics and music, produce, and star in the musical short film The Magician. Fascinating insights into the world-view from Greece on show at the 24th Greek Film Festival. The ramshackle rooms of a former home for elderly and destitute men become the site of a new dance work by STRUT in collaboration with Punchdrunk’s Maxine Doyle and collaborators. New contemporary dance festival marches into Sydney locked. More Reviews Barber Shop Chronicles. The plot follows the story of infamous Australian con-man Jimmy Garcia aka “Cricket” , a young man drawn into the seedy underbelly of Sydney, and how he became the most successful con-man in Australia by the age of In , Galea created the magic supergroup Band of Magicians which had its world premiere at Sydney Festival.

Fascinating insights into the world-view from Greece on show at the 24th Greek Film Festival. Neither good nor bad, just adequate Two stars: This page was last edited on 31 October , at How an indie company is working to engage new audiences locked. What the stars mean? He spent most of his youth studying sleight of hand magic, practicing for eight hours a day. He was then asked to appear on The Ellen DeGeneres Show where his performance of King Street again went viral, receiving an additional 3.

InGalea teamed up with director Adam Franklin, in a partnership that would continue on future projects, to write the lyrics and music, produce, and star in the musical short film The Magician.

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During the Melbourne season, Galea appeared in the nationwide broadcast of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Gala Show and performed internnational award winning routine King Street. Good, clever, well made, but not brilliant Three stars: InGalea co-hosted the Discovery Channel series Breaking Magic also known as Magic of Sciencewhich “fused the showmanship and mystery of magic with the raw power of science”, and was filmed on location in London, New York, and Warsaw.

Please enter your name. The play toured around Australia to rave reviews. Fringe World Congress to be held in Adelaide in locked.

James Galea – I Hate Rabbits: Melbourne International Comedy Festival

Views Read Edit View history. Comesy show features incredible tricks and illusions from Galea, [26] in addition to astounding magic from those he interviews.

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Melbourne International Comedy Festival That same year also saw him open his galae stage show in Japan. New contemporary dance festival marches into Sydney locked. That same year, Rose Tinted Enterprises was founded by James Galea and producer Jo Dyer, who together brought their specific expertise in producing magic and comedy across all platforms.

Archived from the original on 7 July Genuinely dreadful, bad on every level. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. He wrote the music and lyrics and worked on the show with his musical collaborator Ben Palacios. Already an ArtsHub subscriber? Accomplished and engrossing but not the best of its kind Three and a half stars: Awful, to be avoided Zero stars: Solid, enjoyable, but unremarkable or flawed Two and half stars: He enjoys screenwriting, acting and watching people miss the bus.

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Archived from the original on 18 September More Reviews Barber Shop Chronicles. Not without its moments, but ultimately unsuccessful One star: The band joined forces and performed a string of sold-out performances in Australia. Art as a balm for the island state locked.

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Neither good nor bad, just adequate Two stars: After a chance meeting inGalea teamed up with writer, actor, and director Nicholas Hammond to co-write the play Lying Cheating Bastard. He spent most of his youth studying sleight of hand magic, practicing for eight hours a day.

He was then asked to appear on The Ellen DeGeneres Show where his performance of King Street again went viral, receiving an additional 3. Excellent, definitely worth seeing Four stars: By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

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