45DS The Curtain - photo by Theresa Harrison

The Curtain

The Curtain by Daniel Keene is set in the house of a middle-aged widow. She has chosen to let rooms to two elderly gents. Contact is often more incidental than sought after, especially for the landlady. All residents fin...
AF Traverse Theatre Co Mouthpiece

Mouthpiece

After critically acclaimed, sold out performances in Edinburgh and London, Traverse Theatre Company returns to Adelaide this March with Mouthpiece, Kieran Hurley’s confronting new play about class, culture and appr...
AAR Bakers Dozen Theatre Company The Hitmen

The Hitmen

Hilariously disturbing and humorously unhinged, Baker’s Dozen Theatre Company have refreshed and remount their killer and bloody entertaining work, The Hitmen by Mish Wittrup at Theatre Works this March. Australia’...
The Street Theatre Breaking The Castle Peter Cook as Dave - photo by Shelly Higgs

Breaking The Castle

Dave is a struggling actor, prone to addiction, be it alcohol, drugs, women, gambling, or as he tells us in his opening monologue, the high of acting in front of an audience. Such is the pull of his addictions that he fi...
45DS The Curtain Paul Weingott, Milijana Cancar and Gil Tucker

The Curtain

A touching and humorous examination of ageing, vulnerability and a prickly friendship in a country town lodging house, renowned playwright Daniel Keene returns to fortyfivedownstairs with the Australian premiere of The C...
Keegan Joyce, Arielle Gray, Greg Stone, Alison Whyte and Mikayla Merks in Cloudstreet - photo by Philip Gostelow

Cloudstreet

Cloudstreet, based on the novel by Tim Winton and adapted for stage by Nick Enright and Justin Monjo returns to the stage after 22 years. Cloudstreet is a saga that examines the lives of two families; the Lambs and the P...
Dean Gunera as Huey and Josh Massarotti as Aldo feature in Italian American Reconciliation - courtesy of Lab Theatre

Italian American Reconciliation

“Te toto o te tangata, he kai; te oranga o te tangata, he whenua” (While food provides the blood in our veins, our health is drawn from the land) – Maori proverb The richness of tradition and family are not o...