The Street Theatre Exclusion Ethan Gibson and Craig Alexander - photo by Shelly Higgs

Exclusion

David Atfield’s 2014 play Scandalous Boy dealt with political and sexual intrigue in ancient Rome. It starred Ethan Gibson as a young man who used his physical beauty to advance his ambitions. Nudity was an integral feat...
Hot Mess Prod 80 Minutes No Interval

80 Minutes No Interval

A short and sharp black comedy with a big impact and a running time only as long as the title suggests, Theatre Works in association with Hot Mess Productions presents 80 Minutes No Interval by Travis Cotton for a limite...
Darlinghurst Theatre Co Love

Love

An unapologetic, passionate and searing exploration of love, Darlinghurst Theatre Company presents the Sydney main-stage premiere of Love by Patricia Cornelius at the Eternity Playhouse this November. Tanya, Annie and Lo...
AAR STC A Cheery Soul - photo by Daniel Boud

A Cheery Soul

This visually stunning production is set in the 1950s, in White’s fictional Australian town of Sarsaparilla. Miss Docker, or ‘G’ as she longs to be known among acquaintances, is newly homeless. She takes up residence wit...
Lab Kelpie Broken

Broken

Winner of both the Victorian Prize for Literature and the Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for Drama, Lab Kelpie presents the Melbourne premiere of Broken by Mary Anne Butler at fortyfivedownstairs for a limited season...
AAR New Theatre Broadway Bound - photo by Bob Seary.jpg

Broadway Bound

The theatre world lost one of its greatest writers with the passing of Neil Simon in August, so New Theatre’s programming of Broadway Bound to round off 2018 holds a certain piquancy, and an opportunity for Sydney ...
Q Theatre Yellow Yellow Sometimes Blue

Yellow Yellow Sometimes Blue

Journey back to 1950s Australia to trace the roots of Sydney’s early modernist art movement in Yellow Yellow Sometimes Blue – a new theatre work from Q Theatre at the Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre from 15 ...
The Street Theatre Exclusion

Exclusion

From the award-winning creator of Scandalous Boy comes Exclusion – an explosive new play written and directed by David Atfield that looks at the post marriage equality political world and questions just how welcome...