Mad March Hare Theatre Co Eurydice - photo by Marnya Rothe

Eurydice

Eurydice and Orpheus are very much in love and are planning nuptials. They promise each other the world and everything in it, in the way only the children of Gods can. Eurydice’s dead father watches on from the underworl...
Belvoir The Dance of Death - photo by Lisa Tomasetti

The Dance of Death

Two time Academy Award nominee and Australian theatrical legend, Judy Davis, has returned to Belvoir St Theatre to direct August Strindberg’s dark comedy, The Dance Of Death, with an impeccable cast of Colin Friels...
Red Stitch Lamb

Lamb (a new play with songs)

A new Australian play full of lyrical longing and humour, Red Stitch presents Lamb by multi-award-winning playwright Jane Bodie and featuring original songs by Mark Seymour in a world premiere season from 21 November 201...
Lab Kelpie Broken - photo by Jodie Hutchinson

Broken

Broken weaves together three traumatised story threads across the haze-filled expanse of fortyfivedownstairs. It’s affecting to see so much of the space used, a shallow layer of thin smoke resting before the play begins....
The Street Theatre Exclusion Ethan Gibson and Craig Alexander - photo by Shelly Higgs

Exclusion

David Atfield’s 2014 play Scandalous Boy dealt with political and sexual intrigue in ancient Rome. It starred Ethan Gibson as a young man who used his physical beauty to advance his ambitions. Nudity was an integral feat...
Hot Mess Prod 80 Minutes No Interval

80 Minutes No Interval

A short and sharp black comedy with a big impact and a running time only as long as the title suggests, Theatre Works in association with Hot Mess Productions presents 80 Minutes No Interval by Travis Cotton for a limite...
Darlinghurst Theatre Co Love

Love

An unapologetic, passionate and searing exploration of love, Darlinghurst Theatre Company presents the Sydney main-stage premiere of Love by Patricia Cornelius at the Eternity Playhouse this November. Tanya, Annie and Lo...
AAR STC A Cheery Soul - photo by Daniel Boud

A Cheery Soul

This visually stunning production is set in the 1950s, in White’s fictional Australian town of Sarsaparilla. Miss Docker, or ‘G’ as she longs to be known among acquaintances, is newly homeless. She takes up residence wit...