The Seagull

State Theatre Company of South Australia’s 2014 season opens with simply one of the greatest plays of the modern era – Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull. In this new adaptation by celebrated Australian playwright H...

The Long Way Home

Created from first-hand accounts, The Long Way Home reflects the Australian Defence Force’s recent experiences on operations in Iraq, Afghanistan and East Timor as well as humanitarian and disaster relief. As we ap...

Cock

One of Britain’s hottest young playwrights, Mike Bartlett, explores sexuality and the agony of confusion in the Australian premiere of Cock. This funny, intimate and provocative play directed by MTC Associate Director Le...

MTC’s Cybec Electric

From stolen tea to online dating, experience five electrifying new stories from five playwrights in MTC’s Cybec Electric – a series of semi-staged readings in the Lawler at Southbank Theatre between 6 to 22 Februar...

Once in Royal David’s City

Fierce and eloquent, playful and big-thinking, tender and furious – Michael Gow’s first play in seven years, Once in Royal David’s City bursts onto the stage at Belvoir in February. Will Drummond is bewildered. All the o...

Travelling North

David Williamson’s classic ‘twilight love affair’ Travelling North pairs Bryan Brown and Greta Scacchi in Sydney Theatre Company’s opening production for 2014. Set in the early 1970s, the play tells the story of Frank, a...

The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant

The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant is a frighteningly evocative theatrical work which tells the intoxicating story of a damaging and emotionally brutal love affair between a fashion designer and her female muse and model...

Private Lives

Noël Coward’s timeless masterpiece of manners, Private Lives – a sparkling comedy about love, lust and marriage, celebrates the opening of Melbourne Theatre Company’s 2014 season at The Sumner Theatre. “...