by David Megarrity
David Megarrity's The Holidays is a touching portrait of memory and connection.
The Way Out
by Josephine Collins
In a dystopian future Australia, Helen and her civil war veteran father sell moonshine to a broken town, struggling to ...
by Lachlan Philpott
Breathe in deep, can ya smell it? Smell of bus seats.
by Richard Jordan
The Machina digital platform is god-like in its power and influence – I was reminded of Orwell’s Big Brother (1984) - ...
by Marcel Dorney
Sayn is an Australian doctor in a war zone. She has been rescued from an explosion by a young soldier, ...
The Final Days of Bedlam
by David Burton
It's the final days of school... ever.
The Butterfly Seer
by Indija N. Mahjoeddin
A reproduction of the Sumatran Randai form depicting the tribulation that beset Aysha, a visionary who challenges her village...
by Lindy Hume, Zulya Kamalova, Suzie Miller Libretto
There’s a queen, a girl, a huntsman, a mirror, an act of jealousy, a poison apple and a deadly ...
by Steven Gration
Chutney is sweet, bitter, spicy, and special. A relationship of flavours, not unlike the unions humankind share
Blue Bones by Merlynn Tong opens at Brisbane Powerhouse from Wed 18 Aug – Sat 28 Aug!