ATYP A Town Named War Boy

A Town Named War Boy

Following an incredible sold-out season at the State Library of NSW in 2015, Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP) presents A Town Named War Boy by award-winning playwright Ross Mueller at Riverside Theatres from 12...
New Theatre August Osage County

August: Osage County

A searing family drama that has taken America and the world by storm, New Theatre presents August: Osage County by Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award Winning playwright, Tracy Letts, for a limited season from 8 June 2018. In ...
Siteworks Danny and The Deep Blue Sea - photo by Sarah Walker.jpg

Danny and the Deep Blue Sea

A darkly comic portrait of two broken people fumbling in the dark towards hope, John Patrick Shanley’s Danny and the Deep Blue Sea will be presented for a limited season at Siteworks from 6 June 2018. A man and a w...
WT Things Not To Do After a Break Up

Things Not To Do After a Break Up

A classic romantic comedy with a distinctive Australian feel, Things Not To Do After a Break Up is currently playing at The Depot Theatre in a Sydney premiere season until 16 June 2018. Lauren thinks she has it all, unti...
North by South Theatre Company Beautiful Thing - photo by Ovation Creative

Celebrating 25 years of a Beautiful Thing

Falling in love at fifteen is as achingly complicated as it was twenty-five years ago, as North by South Theatre Company presents Beautiful Thing by Jonathan Harvey at Chapel Off Chapel from 7 June 2018. Doc Martens, dou...
La Mama Courthouse Belinda McClory (Tilly) and Emily Tomlins (Egg) in my sister feather - photo by Sarah Walker

my sister feather

My Sister Feather is both exploration and interrogation of the filial bond between two sisters. There’s beauty in playwright, Olivia Satchell’s brutality, as layers of guilt and obligation are inexorably stripped away fr...
Hit Productions Hotel Sorrento 2018

Hotel Sorrento

Hannie Rayson’s Hotel Sorrento draws its name from its principal setting, a seaside retreat on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula. Its concerns include how others see Australians, and how we see ourselves. The play was firs...