Jesus: No Ordinary Life

A sketch comedy that studies the celebrity of religion, Damon Lockwood’s Jesus: No Ordinary Life follows the tale of possibly the greatest propaganda campaign in the history of humanity to its stunning and still un...

Birdland

A piercing satire about celebrity obsession, award-winning British playwright Simon Stephens’ Birdland is a sexy and revealing exploration of fame and stardom in the 21st century, playing at the Southbank Theatre u...

Misterman

Following on from the spectacular success of New Electric Ballroom (Griffin Theatre 2012) and Penelope (Tap Galley 2013), the incomparable Kate Gaul is once bringing the work of multi award-winning playwright, Enda Walsh...

The Diary of Anne Frank

Last produced by New Theatre in 2001, they are proud to be revisiting this poignant and heartfelt play to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Anne’s death at the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp and the millions of other...

The Song Was Wrong

An epic love story spanning three generations, Melissa Cantwell’s The Song Was Wrong is a tale of hope, memory, and redemption at Perth’s Studio Underground from 5 June 2015. The Song Was Wrong is a highly vi...
North by Northwest

North by Northwest

Melbourne Theatre Company presents the theatrical spectacular North by Northwest, a stunning stage adaptation of Alfred Hitchcock’s infamous spy thriller in a world premiere season opens at Arts Centre Melbourne from 4 J...

Love Love Love

Spanning four decades that simultaneously skewers and relishes the bygone glory of the baby boomer generation, Red Stitch Actors Theatre presents the Australian Premiere of Mike Bartlett’s sharp-­witted drama, Love Love ...