by Daniel Lammin
Daniel Lammin's Awakening honours the legacy of Frank Wedekind’s masterpiece Spring Awakening, and questions current ...
Battle of Waterloo
by Kylie Coolwell
Playwright Kylie Coolwell makes an extraordinary debut — her vision of Sydney is both boisterous and engaging
Behind the Cane
by Michael and Margery Forde
In the late 1800s Australian ships arrived in the South Sea Islands.
by Tom Wright
One hundred years ago, in 1914, a bullet from an assassin’s gun in Sarajevo sparked a war that ignited the ...
Bukal by Andrea James
with Henrietta Marrie
From the heart of Cairns Yidinji people comes the inspiring story of a courageous woman who set out to change ...
by Elaine Acworth
Spanning three decades, in flights of fantasy, poetic phrasing and sombre soliloquy, Composing Venus tells the story of ...
by Marcel Dorney
In Fifth Century Egypt, Alexandria – Alexander the Great’s namesake city – has ambitions to be the most powerful city in ...
by Arthur Adams
The last professionally-performed stage play by Arthur Adams (1872 - 1936).
by Shaun Charles
A decade after the infamous inquiry into the corruption that tore Queensland apart, George Verney is still caught up in ...
by Adam Grossetti
In the 1930s, letters of extortion were written to the migrant Italian community in North Queensland’s cane growing districts.
by Sam Watson
Oodgeroo’s way was negotiation. But her son, Denis Walker, was more radical. He co-founded the Australian Black Panthers, a ...