As You Like It

Invoking memories of long summer days spent idling with adolescent love, Bell Shakespeare opens its 2015 season, and its 25th anniversary year, with one of Shakespeare’s most charming and beloved comedies, As You Like It...

The Orchid and The Crow

A tragi-­comedy about faith, sex, identity and ritual, Button Eye Productions present the premiere of The Orchid & The Crow as part of the Coopers Malthouse resident artist initiative from 13 February. Reflecting on ...

Mother Clap’s Molly House

After presenting the Australian premiere a decade ago, New Theatre is thrilled to be reviving Mother Clap’s Molly House, a riotous gay romp of a musical play, bursting with outrageous characters, bawdy songs and ha...

Johan Padan and the Discovery of the Americas

An imaginative retelling of early encounters between Europeans and the indigenous peoples of the Caribbean, Florida and Mexico, Johan Padan and the Discovery of the Americas is an epic monologue with a cast of thousands ...

Gaybies

A funny and moving piece of real-life theatre, Darlinghurst Theatre Company presents the highly anticipated Sydney Premiere of Gaybies as part of the 2015 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras at Eternity Playhouse for a lim...

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, at the Old Fitz Theatre for a limited season from 3 February. One o...

5 Lesbians Eating A Quiche

After sell-out seasons in Chicago and New York, the merry widows of the Susan B. Anthony Society for the Sisters Of Gertrude Stein finally arrive in Australia with the critically-acclaimed, hilarious send-up of 1950̵...

COCK

One of Britain’s hottest young playwrights, Mike Bartlett, explores sexuality and the agony of confusion in the Sydney premiere of Cock for Mardi Gras at Old Fitzroy Theatre from 3 February. John has been in a stable rel...