SFJ Cyrano de Bergerac - photo by Phil Erbacher

Cyrano de Bergerac

Winner of the 2013 Sydney Theatre Award for the Best Independent Production, Director and Actor, Sport For Jove Theatre Company presents a return season of their acclaimed production, Cyrano de Bergerac – currently...
PMP The Haunting Gig Clarke Cameron Daddo - photo by Nicole Riseley

The Haunting

The Haunting takes place entirely within a library. Designer, John Kerr, has made a long set, shelves stretched tall like a picture in the wrong aspect ratio, creating an unsettling sense of it being ‘off’ so...
DTC I Love You Now Jeanette Cronin Paul Gleeson - photo by Robert Catto

I Love You Now

A tragi-comedy and love puzzle that takes a long hard look at intimacy, desire and fidelity, Darlinghurst Theatre Company presents the premiere season of Jeanette Cronin’s new Australian play, I Love You Now at the Etern...
Malthouse Theatre Revolt She Said

Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.

You are expected to behave… Use the right words … Act appropriately… Don’t break the rules… Just behave. This play is not well behaved. Like a shot of adrenaline delivered straight into the arm, t...
Prince Moo The Haunting Gig Clarke and Cameron Daddo

The Haunting

Adapted by Hugh Janes for the stage from the ghost stories of Charles Dickens, Prince Moo Productions presents The Haunting at Melbourne’s Athenaeum Theatre for a limited season from 16 June 2017. Following his cri...
Old Fitz Theatre SLUT

SLUT

Back by popular demand following a sell-out performance at Women in Theatre and Screen’s (WITS) Festival Fatale and a nomination for Best Ensemble at the 2016 Sydney Theatre Awards, the critically acclaimed production of...
Old Fitz Theatre The Village Bike Gabrielle Scawthorn - photo by John Marmaras

The Village Bike

Currently playing at the Old Fitz Theatre until 8 July, Cross Pollinate Productions in association with Red Line Productions presents the Sydney premiere of  The Village Bike by Penelope Skinner. Becky is pregnant and fr...
RSAT The Moors Alex Aldrich, Dion Mills, Anna McCarthy and Zoe Boesen - photo by Teresa Noble

The Moors

To be sure, in fiction, the setting of Moors is a potent, powerful one. Sherlock Holmes ran all over them in Baskerville; The ghost of Catherine haunts them in Emily Brontë’s, Wuthering Heights. But, while serious routes...