by Alison Rooke
“'Combat Fatigue' can boast some pretty impressive dialogue. Rooke has a hypnotic way of mixing words that makes even the ...
by Amy Bell
'One word kept coming to mind while watching Delirium - extraordinary. This is an extraordinary piece of theatre.' Denise ...
Girl in Tan Boots
by Tahli Corin
"Griffin Theatre's latest production, Girl In Tan Boots, could be a clichéd crime story but comes out as a ...
by Michael Andrew Collins
"This cannot be stopped; your history is impending. Everyone will know tomorrow, by the end of lunch, who you really ...
by Sue Smith
It has been 25 years since the tanks rolled into Tiananmen Square. A generation later, have the scars healed or have ...
by Shaun Charles
A decade after the infamous inquiry into the corruption that tore Queensland apart, George Verney is still caught up in ...
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 ...
Post Office Rose
by Linda Hassall
"... a play of passion, loyalty, betrayal and bitterness that will leave you gasping at its conclusion." - 612 ABC Radio,..
The Dark Room
by Angela Betzien
A lonely motel somewhere in the Northern Territory. Deep into the night, six lost souls play out a small, distant ...
by Tobias Manderson-Galvin
“It’s disturbing on a level that goes far beyond any traditional thriller, leaving us cold, and wondering about the ...
The Gate Crasher
by Stephen Carleton
When former school friends attend a reunion after their classmate is killed in biking accident, it’s clear something’s ...