by William Shakespeare Adapted
Zen Zen Zo Physical Theatre present a visually, physically and aurally stunning adaption of Shakespeare’s last play, The Tempest.
The King and the Corpse!
by Michael Futcher and Helen Howard
“This is pure theatre …” THE COURIER MAIL
by Jessica Bellamy
"This is a brief, melancholy work but, in the end, a hopeful one." - Sydney Morning Herald, 2011.
In a Heart Beat
by Jo Turner
In a Heart Beat follows the story of Jamie, a frustrated teenager with big ideas to leave his ...
Escape from the Break up Forest
by Steve Pirie
“slick and clever without being up itself; fast-paced and funny without being snarky” — Sita Borhani, Actors Greenroom, March 19,...
by Emily Calder
In an anonymous childcare centre, somewhere in the city, there's a nasty cough going around.
by Lachlan Philpott
Brave and sad, sad but true, Lachlan Philpott’s Bustown … honors the fact that living everyday means, everyday discovering that...
by David Megarrity
The drama class is about to start, and that’s not the only thing that’s beginning. These young people ...
It All Begins With Love
by Rod Ainsworth
I’ve never seen anything like this. Congratulations" - Senior Constable Queensland Police Service, 2014
Cribbie: The Deluxe Edition by Michael and Margery Forde,
with teacher notes by Stacey Muller
Cribbie: The Deluxe Edition features an extensive teacher resource kit and workshop
by Side Pony Productions
The Pride takes a long hard look at lions. Bruce is weighed down by his impressive mane and is struggling ...