Chinese Take Away
by Anna Yen
Three generations of women; Grandmother, Mother and Anna, make a figurative ‘journey’ from the mores of Old China to those ...
by Steven Gration
Chutney is sweet, bitter, spicy, and special. A relationship of flavours, not unlike the unions humankind share
by Michael Futcher & Helen Howard
What does the Queensland Premier have in common with a carefree schoolgirl?
by Alison Rooke
“'Combat Fatigue' can boast some pretty impressive dialogue. Rooke has a hypnotic way of mixing words that makes even the ...
by Jessica Bellamy
“Compass is really brilliant! One of the best parts about it is that it’s incredibly tense.” — Bill Blake, Time ...
by Elaine Acworth
Spanning three decades, in flights of fantasy, poetic phrasing and sombre soliloquy, Composing Venus tells the story of three generations ...
Constance Drinkwater and the Final Days of Somerset
by Stephen Carleton
It is 1899 and only the resolve of Lady Constance Drinkwater has kept the Far North Queensland settlement of Somerset from...
by Emily Calder
In an anonymous childcare centre, somewhere in the city, there's a nasty cough going around.
by Michael and Margery Forde
"Cribbie' is one of those rare pieces of theatre that manages to be both political and poetic. A beautiful, important ...