Melek Mo Hani
by Steve Mayer-Miller
Moses Susuburi has three homes — Malaita Island, Vanuatu and Beaconsfield Road, Mackay — it’s a long story...
My Story Your Story
by Sue Rider
From a remote Indigenous community to the bright lights of the City, Jesse discovers that everybody’s story is worth ...
by Sam Watson
Oodgeroo’s way was negotiation. But her son, Denis Walker, was more radical. He co-founded the Australian Black Panthers, a ...
by Shaun Charles & Breakthrough Cre8ive Training
The island culture has been rattled, and its proud people have been unnerved. Without choice, they must now journey to ...
by Steven Oliver
The year is 2067 and Paul Toppy, your everyday Aboriginal President, runs The Republic of Australia. Problem is, Paul doesn’t ...
by Rachael Coopes and Wayne Blair
Sugarland provides a glimpse into a teenage Australia that feels like a foreign country. This haunting new play will make ...
The 7 Stages Of Grieving
by Wesley Enoch and Deborah Mailman (25th Anniversary)
This is a proud milestone in Australian theatre history; a contemporary Indigenous performance text from the highly acclaimed Kooemba Jdarra.
The Longest Minute
by Robert Kronk and Nadine McDonald-Dowd
One football club, one family, and one unforgettable NRL grand final. Where were you the night of the 2015 Grand Final? ...
by Nakkiah Lui
"Her [Nakkiah Lui] first full-length work burns with anger and passion and explodes in its final moments." — Benjamin Neutze,...
Today We're Alive
by Linden Wilkinson
The Myall Creek Massacre of 1838 was a significant event in Australia’s history. For the first time, the white perpetrators ...
Up The Ladder
by Roger Bennett
The blood and sweat, smell of sawdust, and the monetary fame of the Australian post-war boxing tents.
by Anthony Newcastle and Mike Dickinson
When Evey is forced to relocate her life from an Indigenous community in St George to Brisbane city, she finds ...