The Young Tycoons

CJ Johnson’s The Young Tycoons is a wickedly subversive comedy that takes a scathing and satirical look at the ruthless world of Australia’s empire builders. A smash hit for Darlinghurst Theatre Company in 2005 and...

Mojo

Jez Butterworth’s savagely comic play, Mojo ricochets full throttle through the seedy, amphetamine-addled London club scene of the 1950s. It follows a gang of snappily-dressed, menacing teddy boys and rockers who, ...

A Tribute of Sorts

The gothic quirkiness of Tim Burton meets the adorable kitsch of Wes Anderson in Benjamin Schostakowski ‘s A Tribute of Sorts – an artful, dark, morbidly funny celebration of the art of theatre itself. Misfit...

As You Like It

One of Shakespeare’s most delightful romantic comedies, As You Like It will be presented by Perth’s Black Swan State Theatre Company with an all WA cast in the Heath Ledger Theatre for a limited season from 1...

Ghosts

More than a hundred years since it alarmed censors, appalled critics and thrilled audiences Henrik Ibsen’s Ghosts remains as sensational and electric as ever. Internationally renowned Australian director Gale Edwards ret...

Wael Zuaiter: Unknown

On the evening of 16 October 1972, Wael Zuaiter , a Palestinian intellectual, was shot and killed by two Israeli Mossad agents in Rome. Earlier that night he had been with his Australian fiancé, painter Janet venn Brown....

Neighbourhood Watch

From the unique imagination of Lally Katz springs a world of wonderfully neurotic, painfully recognisable characters in Neighbourhood Watch at the Dunstan Playhouse for a limited season from 2 May 2014. A delightful odd-...

Belleville

From the writer of the critically lauded 4000 Miles presented as part of Red Stitch’s 2013 season, Amy Herzog returns with Belleville – a chilling interrogation of deception and dependency. Ex-pat Americans Zack an...