Please Be Seated
by David Megarrity
This is a performance that knows it’s a performance. Collaboratively devised, drawing on verbatim, movement and music, Please be ...
by Errol O'Neill
Sweeping across the turbulent times from 1930 to 1950, Popular Front is a critical celebration of the labour movement.
by Marcel Dorney
“Loud and brash, brutally satirical and very timely” — Kate Foy, Greenroom.
Rovers by Katherine Lyall-Watson
with Barbara Lowing and Roxanne McDonald
Celebrate the grit and daring of Australian women.
by David Atfield
"it’s hugely entertaining, informative and refreshing." — Bill Stephens, Arts Review
by Tammy Weller
"I want to shout it from the rooftops: 'I'm in love...with 'Single Admissions'!!!!'" - Australian Stage, 2010.
Snapshots From Home
by Margery Forde
Based on the wartime memories of 24 men and women from Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast, Snapshots from Home shares the ...
by Jessica Bellamy
"This is a brief, melancholy work but, in the end, a hopeful one." - Sydney Morning Herald, 2011.