Daylight Saving

Written in 1989 by Nick Enright, Daylight Saving is a delightful, well-constructed farce, which retains its freshness and humour in this excellent production by the Darlinghurst Theatre Company. Director, Adam Cook, has ...

Miracle City

There seems to be a resurgence of interest in the work of Nick Enright. For a couple of weeks this month it was possible to see two of his works, Miracle City and Daylight Saving, running simultaneously in professional p...

Kafka’s Monkey

There is something very special (and a bit confronting) about theatre that casts the audience as part of the story. Q44’s latest production, of Kafka’s Monkey, is one of these. There is no fourth wall here. We’re all in ...

The Pavilion

20 years ago, Peter (Tim Constantine) and Kari (Katharine Innes) were the cutest couple at their school. That is, until Peter left when he found out Kari was pregnant. 20 years on, the heartbreak hasn’t diminished. The w...

Happy People in Concert

It has been quite a busy year for Matthew Lee Robinson. The Churchill and Australia Council Fellow, earlier this year he premiered his new musical Atlantis. His latest offering Happy People, premiered in concert-form at ...

Where I End and You Begin

Cathy Petocz’ surreal play, which investigates notions of self, has been developed through The Street’s The Hive and First Seen programs over a period of four years. The work was shortlisted for Playwriting Austral...

August: Osage County

This searing tragi-comedy, Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Tracey Letts dissects the disintegration of a family following the death of the patriarch, Beverley Weston. Beverley Weston (David Bennett) is the first character...