Had We But World Enough
by Oriel Gray
Oriel Gray’s nuanced and powerful tragedy is an exploration of love, racial injustice and the social-political climate of rural...
by Randolph Bedford
DISCLAIMER The views expressed in White Australia do not reflect the views held by Playlab, any of its employees or ...
by Sasha Janowicz
Capturing the imagination of the world in August 2000, The Kursk recreates the disappearance and the rescue of the...
The Kelly Gang
by Arnold Denham & Another
Ned Kelly: The legend, the myth, the hero, the outlaw, the enduring cultural icon.
by Arthur Adams
Worlds collide when the proprietors of a stately English home generously invite two wounded soldiers to recuperate within their walls. ...
Behind the Cane
by Michael and Margery Forde
In the late 1800s Australian ships arrived in the South Sea Islands.
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.
Escape from the Breakup 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.