Savage in Limbo

It’s the Bronx. It’s a Monday night, and it’s time to make a change. John Patrick Shanley’s Savage in Limbo is an explosively touching comedy about a group of desperate 32 year old former class mates, tirelessly caught i...

Antigone

Unearthing the power of ritual in a shattered community, Malthouse Theatre presents an intoxicating re-interpretation of Sophocles’ timeless tragedy, Antigone for a limited season in the Merlyn Theatre from 25 August 201...

Doubt: A Parable

The dangers of moral uncertainty collide with the exploitation of power and innocence, revisiting the unshakeable question: did he or didn’t he? in John Patrick Shanley’s Doubt: A Parable at Chapel Off Chapel for a...

This is Eden

Inspired by stories of the female convict crime class, Emily Goddard’s This is Eden gives life to an extraordinary tale that has conveniently escaped our history lesson at Wodonga’s The Butter Factory Theatre...

A Social Service

A scathing and hilarious look at Australia’s public housing system, that responds to policy developments and testimonies from residents, A Social Service plays at the Malthouse Theatre for a limited season from 13 August...

The Women

An acerbic commentary on the pampered lives and power struggles of various wealthy Manhattan socialites, Clare Boothe Luce’s comedy of manners, The Women will play at the New Theatre from 13 August 2015. Written in...

The Book of Loco returns to Adelaide

After a critically acclaimed season at Melbourne’s Malthouse Theatre, master storyteller Alirio Zavarce’s award winning one-man play, The Book of Loco returns to Adelaide for a limited season at The Space The...

The Tempest

As a fond farewell to the company he founded 25 years ago, John Bell will direct The Tempest, playing at Sydney Opera House from 19 August. The last play attributed to Shakespeare, The Tempest is an allegorical tale of s...