William Yang Blood Links

William Yang: Blood Links

Join celebrated artist William Yang as he shares his personal journey through spoken word, film and photographs in Blood Links at the Canberra Theatre Centre until 23 April 2016. William Yang’s family is scattered around...
STC Hay Fever photo by James Green

Hay Fever

Full of secret seductions, misjudged meetings and wicked revelations, Sydney Theatre Company presents Noël Coward’s irresistibly heartless comedy of bad manners, Hay Fever at the Drama Theatre – Sydney Opera ...
RLP Belleville Old Fitz

Belleville

A chilling interrogation of deception and dependency, Mad March Hare Theatre Company in association with Red Line Productions present the Sydney premiere of Amy Herzog’s Belleville at the Old Fitz Theatre from 12 April 2...
Arthur Bright World photo by Sarah Walker

Bright World

A genre-bending trip into the heart of our history making, acclaimed theatre company ARTHUR present Bright World at Theatre Works in a world premiere from 15 April 2016. On 6 December 1938, Aboriginal activist William Co...
Griffin Theatre Replay Alfie Gledhill

Replay

Brotherhood, Men and Memory are placed under the lens when Griffin Theatre Company presents the world premiere of Phillip Kavanagh’s Replay at the SBW Stables Theatre from 9 April 2016. John saw his brother Michael...
Machu Picchu photo by Brett Boardman

Machu Picchu

A funny and moving new play about a couple learning to love again in the face of adversity, Sue Smith’s Macchu Picchu plays the Dunstan Playhouse from 13 April 2016 following its season at Sydney Theatre Company...
Belvoir The Great Fire

The Great Fire

A comedy, a family, ten actors, a landscape (view of the Adelaide Hills), a great deal of conversation about politics and life, Christmas, large hopes, five tons of love. The Great Fire is a big new play about us – middl...
Savages photo by Helen White

Savages

Patricia Cornelius is one of Australia’s most awarded playwrights but her work is often overlooked by professional theatre companies for being too controversial and confronting. Darlinghurst Theatre Company is proud to p...