RSAT Control

Control

A startling and provocative new work that explores humanity’s desire to dictate how we’re perceived by others, Red Stitch presents Keziah Warner’s Control in a world premiere season from 1 October 2019. A heavily p...
MF19 All I See Is You Christian Edwards and Ciarán Griffiths - photo by Ray Jefferson

Melbourne Fringe: All I See Is You

Melbourne Fringe doesn’t always see a lot of touring productions, and so All I See Is You stood out on a glance through the guide. This two-hander premiered in England in 2018, and is billed as “A rollercoaster love stor...
MS The Will To Be

The Will To Be

Following the success of his debut one-man show, Buried at Sea, Mark Salvestro returns to Melbourne Fringe with The Will To Be – a new solo work, exploring legacy, homosexuality and shame in 1960s Australia at The ...
AAR STC Black is the New White - photo by Prudence Upton

Black is the New White

A razor sharp romantic comedy that blends Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner with Meet the Fockers, Nakkiah Lui’s smash hit comedy, Black is the New White, is set to delight Perth and Melbourne audiences this Spring. Cha...
MF19 Lake Disappointment

Lake Disappointment

Investigating notions of celebrity and the challenges of being ordinary in an increasingly image obsessed culture, Gavin Roach presents the Victorian premiere of Lake Disappointment at the Meat Market from 12 September a...
Griffin Theatre Splinter Simon Gleeson and Lucy Bell

Splinter

Tales of missing children have always held a terrible fascination. Celtic folklore chilled the bones of many a superstitious new mother with stories of babies stolen from their beds by envious fairies, changelings left i...
Darlinghurst Theatre The God of Isaac

The God of Isaac

An identity crisis of comedic proportions, Shalom and Moira Blumenthal Productions in association with Darlinghurst Theatre Company presents the Australian premiere of James Sherman’s The God of Isaac at the Eterni...