One of the highlights from this year's Festival of Perth, a mix of dance, music, theatre, and spectacle that has captivated West Australia for 46 years, was the work of local lighting designer Philip Lethlean on the play MasterKey (pictured), a Japanese/Australian co-production. Though it was MasterKey's debut season the production held its own against other festival acts. Based on a novel by Japanese writer Masako Togawa, the haunting tale is set in a women's apartment block in postwar ...

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