The God of Hell

Written in the lead up to the 2004 US presidential election, Sam Shepard’s uncompromising black comedy The God of Hell is a funny and scathing indictment of the invasion upon home-grown values by a new kind of government...

Concussion

Winner of the 2009 New York New Dramatists Award and shortlisted for the Patrick White Playwrights Award and the Griffin Prize, Ross Mueller’s Concussion is a violently funny and sexually charged dark comedy of shattered...

Sugarland

Providing a glimpse into a teenage Australia that feels like a foreign country, Sugarland is a haunting new play commissioned by Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP), that will make you pause, make you smile, make ...

Bent

Opening on the 75th anniversary of the start of World War II, Cut Lunch Productions present Martin Sherman’s Bent at Theatre Works for a limited season from 3 September. Set in Germany between 1934 and 1936, Bent t...

Master Class

Inspired by Maria Callas’ 1971 visit to New York’s Juilliard School of Music, Terrence McNally’s Master Class is an insightful look at the life and art of opera’s most beloved and controversial diva. At the time, Callas’...

A Lie of the Mind

Melbourne’s newest performance warehouse, The Grange will be transformed into America’s West to host Sam Shepard’s A Lie of the Mind, this site-specific production of this classic American play will redefine ...

Thérèse Raquin

Causing great controversy when it was first published, Émile Zola’s gothic horror Thérèse Raquin will be revived in a brand new adaptation for the stage by Gary Abrahams at Theatre Works for a limited season from 14 Augu...

The Last Confession

After playing in London, Toronto and Los Angeles, the critically acclaimed conspiracy thriller The Last Confession, will be presented in Australia starring internationally revered British actor David Suchet. Originally p...