33 Variations: Ellen Burstyn, Lisa McCune, William McInnes, Helen Morse, Francis Greenslade, Toby Truslove, Andre de Vanny and Andrea Katz

Stellar Cast announced for 33 Variations

Producers Cameron Lukey, Neil Gooding and Helen Ellis are thrilled to announce the stellar cast for 33 Variations, Moisés Kaufman’s acclaimed Tony-nominated play at Melbourne’s Comedy Theatre from 7 March 2019. In one of...
Black is the New White - photo by Prudence Upton

Black is the New White

A laugh-out-loud, provocative new romantic comedy by fearless columnist and an award-winning playwright Nakkiah Lui, Sydney Theatre Company (STC) presents the world premiere season of Black is the New White, currently pl...

Salomé (review)

Purists of Oscar Wilde be warned – this production is not for you or the faint-hearted. Little Ones Theatre under the direction of Stephen Nicolazzo has dished up a high-camp gender bending tale about religion, sex...

The Cherry Orchard (review)

In German, the word ‘ersatz’ is a noun, and doesn’t necessarily contain a suggestion of inferior quality. It just means substitute. Of course, in our language, it functions as an adjective and carries intimations of shod...

The Mistakes Madeline Made (review)

For the record, the Abbotsford Convent has eluded my attention for a number of years. So it was with intrigue I ventured out on a slightly damp Friday night to see The Honeytrap’s presentation of Elizabeth Meriwether’s T...

Savages (review)

Poignant, powerful, emotive and menacing are words that can easily describe Patricia Cornelius’ latest offering for the stage, Savages. A disturbing exposition of reported events in real-life, Savages is a confronting ob...

Prompter (review)

The cavernous surrounds of the Arts House Meat Market sets the scene for Hydra Poesis’s chaotic presentation of Prompter – a work exploring the boundaries of news practice via new technology, driven by the appetites of m...

EQUUS (review)

Winner of the Tony Award for Best Play and the New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award, Peter Shaffer’s 1973 play Equus, critics and audiences alike were universal in its praise upon its release. Shaffer was inspired to wri...