The Book of Loco

Celebrating the madness within us all, The Book of Loco is a revealing, hilarious and destabilising theatrical experience. Alirio Zavarce writes and stars in this semi-autobiographical demonstration of his ‘Theory of Rat...

My Life in the Nude

In 2013, Maude Davey ‘retired’ her nude acts with this powerful and beautiful retrospective – she said it was the last time, but after an overwhelming response here she is (back) in the nude again! A burlesque dissection...

Confessions of a Pyromaniac

The Blue Room Theatre and Imprint Productions in association with Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company present Confessions of A Pyromaniac, a startlingly original production about creating a new life to escape a dark past. Set i...

Cordelia, Mein Kind

A duet for live body and film that maps a modern Cordelia and her ‘Lear-like father’ onto the bones of Shakespeare’s Lear and his silent daughter. Deborah Leiser-Moore returns to La Mama after 12 years with h...

A Doll’s House

Who is Nora Helmer – heroic feminist, rabid neurotic, or just a selfish runaway? Adapted and directed by Adam Cook, Sport For Jove Theatre Company presents Henrik Ibsen’s classic play, A Doll’s House at...

Glengarry Glen Ross

David Mamet’s Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece Glengarry Glen Ross rages back on stage at Melbourne Theatre Company 30 years after it was written and first performed by MTC. Explosive and enduring, Glengarry Glen Ross ...

Hedda Gabler

After the Broadway premiere of Hedda Gabler in 1902, one reviewer wrote of its extraordinary heroine: ‘Degenerate, selfish, morbid, cruel, bitter, jealous, something of a visionary, something of a lunatic.’ But Hedda is ...