Melbourne Cabaret Festival 2015 Opening Gala

While in the Spring a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love, (thank you Alfred, Lord Tennyson) in Winter they may seek indoor expression, and turn to Cabaret. (Well … mine do. That’s what comes from time sp...

The Rocky Horror Show

Following its outrageously successful seasons in Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, and Melbourne in 2014, The Rocky Horror Show has returned to the Comedy Theatre for a brief four-week outing, following its recent Sydney season...

Venus in Fur

David Ives’ Venus in Fur is poetic philosophy, which, moulded by director Grace Barnes and lived by Anna Houston and Gareth Reeves is absolute artistry on stage. Venus in Fur at Darlinghurst Theatre Company’s Eternity Pl...

Riot

Riot is a challenging piece of theatre that details the inner workings of individuals that find themselves on the edge of both reason and of self-destruction.  The team behind this work should be commended for bringing s...

All This Living!

With a running time of just 50 minutes, All This Living! is a dense, abstract play which demands intense concentration without rewarding it. Whatever the merits of the writing, or insights contained therein, they are so ...

Semaphore

Semaphore is one of those works that has been fortunate enough to be given a long development time, with creator Kate Neal, having returned sporadically to this work over the past seven years. This long development time ...

The Rivers of China

From the moment you enter the theatre, you’ll be charmed by the scenic design. The audience are seated around a stone garden bed: an Eden with budding flowers, steppingstones, ponds, and a garden seat. Elevated behind th...