by David Megarrity
David Megarrity's The Holidays is a touching portrait of memory and connection.
A Tribute of Sorts
by Benjamin Schostakowski
‘Flabbergastingly damaged and unstoppably hilarious’ – Australian Stage
The Fever and the Fret
by Jub Clerc
Jub Clerc's The Fever and the Fret is a beautiful ode to love and memory. It examines one ...
by Melita Rowston
"A bold and emphatic production of a very polished play, 'Crushed' is a provocative and poignant entertainment" — Sydney Arts...
by Steven Gration
Chutney is sweet, bitter, spicy, and special. A relationship of flavours, not unlike the unions humankind share
by Katherine Lyall-Watson and Caroline Dunphy
Hanako plunges the audience into the hyper-realistic fantasy of a young Japanese girl journeying from the pages of a traditional ...
The Ghost Writer
by Ross Mueller
When her child is murdered, Brihanna wants the killer publicly exposed - in a best selling novel.
Behind the Cane
by Michael and Margery Forde
In the late 1800s Australian ships arrived in the South Sea Islands.