Miss Julie

Sex, gender, power and privilege prove an explosive combination in Simon Stone’s adaptation of August Strindberg’s Miss Julie. Strindberg’s study of sexual tension across power and class was vital and compelling in its t...

Bell Shakespeare reveals 2014 Season

On the eve of Shakespeare’s 450th Birthday year, Bell Shakespeare have announced its 2014 Season, adding a fourth main-stage show to the programme, including its first production of Moliere’s Tartuffe, new exclusiv...

I’m Your Man

You enter a boxing gym: place of dreams, of glory, of a better life. The walls are covered in inspirational quotes, bodies are in constant motion and minds are elsewhere. The stakes are high. Everyone wants to be special...

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...

Straight

Red Stitch presents the Australian premiere of D.C Moore’s Straight – an outrageous romp that probes into the lives of a late twenty-something couple determined to prove that their relationship has become anything ...

The Mistakes Madeline Made

A story of love, grief and menial office work, The Honeytrap presents the Australian premiere of Elizabeth Meriwether’s The Mistakes Madeline Made at the Abbotsford Convent Industrial School for a limited season. Edna ha...

Kiss of the Spider Woman

A sharply provocative tale of love, victimisation and fantasy, Manual Puig’s Kiss of the Spider Woman tells of the friendship that develops between two strikingly different men. This powerful play has become a semi...

Shrine

From the pre-eminent Australian novelist of his generation, Shrine is Tim Winton’s third play for Black Swan State Theatre Company, after Rising Water and Signs of Life – about the iconic Western Australian landsca...