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Life in Living Colour, and What Happens Next: Melbourne's Mainstages 2015

It’s September and there are still some great shows to be excited about at Melbourne’s mainstage theatres. But it’s also that time of the year for us to look ahead – at what they have planned for 2015. Marion Potts presented Malthouse Theatre 2015 on Tuesday night. Brett Sheehy unveiled Melbourne Theatre Company 2015 tonight. It’s like theatre Christmas. Some expected faces and some wonderful surprises. Here’s what I’m most excited about (in order of first performance): Endgame by Samuel Beckett, directed by Sam Strong Starring Colin Friels, Luke Mullins and Julie Forsyth. Excited to see Strong direct Beckett and for Mullins to be on the MTC stage. From March 21 Meme Girls by Ash Flanders/Marion Potts, directed by Stephen Nicolazzo Pretty much Ash Flanders trawling through YouTube videos, right? From April 8 Timeshare by Lally Katz, directed by Olive Butler Set in a timeshare resort that’s situated on the International Date Line, it’s enough that