Harvest

From the writer of One Man, Two Guvnors, comes a sprawling comic romp that follows four generations of a Yorkshire pig-farming family as they fight to protect their livelihood at the New Theatre from 9 October. At the he...

The Conference of the Birds

To celebrate their 30th anniversary, the Victorian Youth Theatre present a limited return season of their acclaimed production of The Conference of the Birds at Chapel Off Chapel from 1 October 2014. Adapted for the stag...

The Sound of Waves

The Sound of Waves is an allegorical tale tracing the emotional landscape of performer Jodie Harris’ journey through losing her hearing, receiving a cochlear implant and finding her way in the world again, at fortyfivedo...

The Glass Menagerie

Considered one of Tennessee Williams’ finest plays, The Glass Menagerie will be presented at Belvoir Street Theatre until 2 November. Amanda Wingfield is a single mother. Her husband abandoned the family years before. Sh...

MKA: Richard II

Hot off a country-wide tour of last year’s controversial, sold-out Melbourne Fringe show Unsex Me, creator/performer Mark Wilson attacks Shakespeare’s Richard II as part of the Darebin Arts’ Speakeasy program until...

Marlin

Teaming up for the first time in twenty years, Melbourne Theatre Company and Arena Theatre Company premiere Marlin – a captivating new work exploring the special relationship between grandparents and grandchildren,...

As You Like It

Spark Theatre Company believe we should have the freedom to choose who we love and how we express it, and two of the reasons why they are putting on As You Like It – a 415 year old play at the Brunswick Arts Space ...

The Bookworm

Premiering at 2014 Melbourne Fringe Festival, West Independent Theatre presents The Bookworm at the Bluestone Arts Centre for a limited season from 16 September. Meet Paige Turner; a book-obsessed recluse, literally eati...