by Kate Mulvany and Anne-Louise Sarks
Two young children play games to distract themselves whilst their parents have a very famous showdown.
by Katherine Lyall-Watson and Caroline Dunphy
Hanako plunges the audience into the hyper-realistic fantasy of a young Japanese girl journeying from the pages of a traditional ...
by Elaine Acworth
Gloria is a play about grace and grandchildren, and about memory. Or anyone who’s ever stumbled over putting a ...
by Michael and Margery Forde
"Cribbie' is one of those rare pieces of theatre that manages to be both political and poetic. A beautiful, important ...
by Lily Fish
Yarn explores the idea that individuals evolve from the stories that precede them, as well as the stories others tell ...
by Angus Cerini
"The one sure thing through all of this is that there is still, as there was at the beginning, a ...
The Truth About Kookaburras
by Sven Swenson
"With The Truth About Kookaburras, writer/director Sven Swenson has delivered a work that could rightly, without any fear of...
by Tobias Manderson-Galvin
“It’s disturbing on a level that goes far beyond any traditional thriller, leaving us cold, and wondering about the ...
Murder at Warrabah House
by SNAFU Theatre
Both homage to and dark departure from the traditional Agatha Christie murder mystery, this antipodean re-imagining of the classic tale ...
I Love You, Bro
by Adam J.A. Cass
Playwright Adam Cass has woven a masterful and engrossing tale, based on real life events so bizarre and unbelievable that ...
by Eugene Gilfedder
“Shakespearean in its universality, it would work equally well worldwide. It should become a study text for students. Theatre...