This play dares to climb a mountain, but stumbles over life’s big questions.
Patricia Maunder has been an arts journalist since the 1990s contributing to publications including The Age, and Opera Magazine (UK). Passionate about opera, cabaret, and anything Baroque, she’s based in Melbourne, but half her heart’s in Montreal, her home from 2012 to 2016.
Articles by Patricia Maunder
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