Murder at Warrabah House
by SNAFU Theatre
Both homage to and dark departure from the traditional Agatha Christie murder mystery, this antipodean re-imagining of the classic tale ...
by Jane Bodie
There are lots of great tracks played during Music, Jane Bodie’s powerfully claustrophobic play, but the most disturbing music ...
by Shane Pike
From beers and brotherhood to loss and loneliness, this endearing story uncovers the hidden side of finding yourself in a ...
Ode to Man
by Emma Mary Hall
A lyrical and confronting exploration the state of modern man and romantic ambition in a world where women dare to ...
by Marcel Dorney
“Loud and brash, brutally satirical and very timely” — Kate Foy, Greenroom.
by David Atfield
"it’s hugely entertaining, informative and refreshing." — Bill Stephens, Arts Review
by Tammy Weller
"I want to shout it from the rooftops: 'I'm in love...with 'Single Admissions'!!!!'" - Australian Stage, 2010.
Sometimes It's Hot Like The Sun
by Madeleine Border and Honor Webster-Mannison
Gummy smiles. Mascara stained sheets. The smell of burnt bras. That feeling you get when your left nipple intimidates your ...
by Jessica Bellamy
"This is a brief, melancholy work but, in the end, a hopeful one." - Sydney Morning Herald, 2011.
by Alexander Bayliss
The under 16 Fairfield Falcons have found themselves facing the one opponent they never imagined; their Goal Keeper is possessed.