Dying For It

Semoyan is unemployed and poor, he lives in the hall of a cramped apartment because his mother-inlaw has the bedroom, and he’s fed up. When his last hope for self-respect disappears, Semoyan decides to take his own life....

Playing Rock Hudson

Playing Rock Hudson is a new Australian play that tells the rarely told and dramatic tale of 1950s Hollywood star Rock Hudson’s death and its aftermath. “This is not another celebrity biography, but rather a close ...

NSFW

Red Stitch Theatre’s final play for 2013 is UK writer Lucy Kirkwood’s insightful comedy NSFW (Not Safe for Work), a deftly satirical exposé on the newsstand glossies of today, their attitudes to sexuality and the people ...

Beautiful One Day

Palm Island, 2004 – an Aboriginal man dies in police custody. Frustrated by the state response, members of the Palm Island community make a direct challenge to police power. The station is burned down. Eight years later,...

Arden v Arden

Before the company relocates to Sydney, The Hayloft Project will update the Elizabethan murder mystery Arden of Faversham in their Melbourne swan song. Arden v Arden is a world-premiere production that reimagines the rea...

Midsummer (A Play with Songs)

Written by one of Scotland’s leading playwrights David Greig and top Edinburgh singer/songwriter Gordon McIntyre, Midsummer (A Play with Songs) is a quirky, charming love story. Helena is a divorce lawyer who can’t keep ...

Sweet Nothings

A sexy, funny and daring new adaptation of Liebelei by Arthur Schnitzler (the writer who inspired Eyes Wide Shut and The Blue Room), Sweet Nothings explores the power of sexual longing, the cruelty of tradition and the v...

All My Sons

Set in 1947 in mid-west America, All My Sons is a story about an all American family torn apart by a shameful secret. A compelling and heartbreaking story about family ties, patriotic duty and personal greed. Joe Keller ...