Top Girls

Written in 1982, Caryl Churchill’s Top Girls was in part a response to the hard-line economic and social policies of Margaret Thatcher, where the sense of ‘community’ and ‘the common good’ was supplanted by a neo-c...

Palace Of The End

March 2013 marked 10 years since the invasion of Iraq by the coalition forces. Theatre Works present the Australian premiere of Judith Thompson’s critically acclaimed Palace Of The End – a trio of monologues ...

Herding Cats

Shortlisted for Best New Play at the UK Theatre Awards, Lucinda Coxon’s Heading Cats is a provocatively funny play about two twenty-something flatmates disconnected from life who have developed a deep and poisonous...

Day One, A Hotel, Evening

Forty-somethings Sam and Tom are not just business partners, but good friends; as are their wives, Madeleine and Stella. Their privileged lives of business deals, dinners out and squash games are the usual urbane rituals...

Mother Courage and Her Children

The epic morality tale Mother Courage and Her Children is told in a stunning new translation by Queensland Theatre Company with leading Australian actors Ursula Yovich & David Page in the lead and supported by an all...

ENRON

It was one of the most infamous scandals in corporate history: the spectacular rise and notorious fall of the American energy giant Enron and its founding partners Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling ENRON takes us inside t...

Heaven

Winner of the 2012 Philip Parson’s Young Playwright’s Award, Heaven is a bittersweet comedy from playwright Kit Brookman about death, growing up, and the perils of becoming an amateur medium. When Angela Farnsworth is ru...