Oscar Wilde’s De Profundis

Oscar Wilde’s infamous ‘love letter’ De Profundis will, literally, be given new dimension when the classic literary work is performed in a world first contemporary theatre adaptation at the Brisbane Powerhous...

Deathtrap

Widely considered one of the best stage thrillers of all time, Deathtrap is a clever cat-and-mouse play that will have Sydney audiences on the edge of their seats. Broadway’s longest running comedy-thriller plays at the ...

Forever City

Investigating our culture’s obsession with the apocalypse, Riot Stage Youth Theatre presents Forever City at La Mama Courthouse for a limited season from 16 April. There’s been another mysterious plane crash and no one k...

Meme Girls

Blurring the lines between performance art, drag and cabaret, Malthouse Theatre presents Meme Girls – a love letter to the bizarre and addictive women of YouTube who broadcast their lives to an online abyss in a li...

Grounded

After a highly successful season at Red Stitch in 2014, George Brant’s Grounded returns for a strictly limited season at The Alex Theatre in St Kilda in April, before heading to Sydney’s Seymour Centre in May...

The 7 Stages of Grieving

Remaining a vital masterwork 20 years after it was penned by Wesley Enoch and Deborah Mailman, Queensland Theatre Company presents a Grin & Tonic Theatre Troupe production of The 7 Stages of Grieving at the Bille Bro...

When the Rain Stops Falling

Taking place between two worlds, between a prediction in 1959 and its outcome eighty years later, Andrew Bovell’s When the Rain Stops Falling follows the interconnected stories of two families over four generations...

Wet House

Based on his own first hand experience working in a Wet House, Red Stitch Actors Theatre presents UK playwright Paddy Campbell’s award-­winning play in an Australian premiere from 20 March. A Wet House is a hostel for ho...