Neighbourhood Watch

From the unique imagination of Lally Katz springs a world of wonderfully neurotic, painfully recognisable characters in Neighbourhood Watch at the Dunstan Playhouse for a limited season from 2 May 2014. A delightful odd-...

Belleville

From the writer of the critically lauded 4000 Miles presented as part of Red Stitch’s 2013 season, Amy Herzog returns with Belleville – a chilling interrogation of deception and dependency. Ex-pat Americans Zack an...

Good-bye Miss Monroe

Marilyn Monroe, Rita Hayworth, Betty Grable, Jane Russell – a cavalcade of Hollywood stars peppered the life of legendary Hollywood choreographer and father of jazz dance, Jack Cole. Based on the extraordinary life of Ja...

Yellow Moon

The captivating teenage thriller, Yellow Moon, brings a gritty, contemporary tale of young love, looming tragedy and self-discovery to MTC’s line-up of works for young adults. It’s Friday night. Stag Lee is 17, bored and...

Maestro

As a teenager in post-WW2 Darwin, Paul Crabbe begins to take piano lessons from the enigmatic Eduard Keller, an Austrian émigré with a shadowy past. For Keller, escaping his ghosts in the isolation of the Top End, music ...

Perplex

Taking inspiration from Pirandello’s Six Characters in Search of an Author, (as well as the pens of Stoppard, Nietzsche and Beckett) German playwright Marius von Mayenburg has created a rollicking absurdist comedy ...

Wulamanayuwi and the Seven Pamanui

Goosebump-raising, joyful and emotional, Wulamanayuwi and the Seven Pamanui mixes the enchanting tradition of European fairytales with the Creation characters and stories of the Tiwi Islands. Using the language and rhyme...

Death in Bowengabbie

From the winner of Black Swan Theatre’s Richard Burton Award for Best New Play comes Death in Bowengabbie – an extraordinary piece of writing by the talented Australian writer Caleb Lewis for a limited season at Me...