Death and the Maiden

Some plays maintain their relevance because some horrors never go away, Ariel Dorfman’s captivating psychological thriller Death and the Maiden is one such work. Receiving its Australian premiere more than 20 years ago, ...

Detroit

An ecstatic and dangerous comedy that brilliantly captures our precarious economic times, Lisa D’Amour’s award-winning Detroit will be presented by Darlinghurst Theatre Company in an Australian premiere season at the Ete...

Dead Centre / Sea Wall

From two continents, and two award-­winning playwrights comes an exhilarating double bill presented by Red Stitch Actors Theatre for a limited from 17 July 2015. A first for Red Stitch, this double-bill will see the Aust...

Blithe Spirit

Widely considered to be one of Noël Coward’s greatest works, Blithe Spirit will be presented by Black Swan State Theatre Company at the Heath Ledger Theatre from 18 July 2015. While researching his next novel, Charles Co...

Edmond

Considered one of David Mamet’s most divisive plays, you will either love or hate Edmond – but you will never forget him, playing at the Old 505 Theatre for a limited season from 15 July 2015. An impulse visit to a...

Hamlet

Off the back of directing the critically acclaimed, award winning Henry V for Bell Shakespeare in 2014, Damien Ryan will deliver a new production of one of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedies, Hamlet. “Hamlet is one o...

We Get It

Widely considered one of the titans of Melbourne’s Independent Arts scene, Elbow Room bring you the final production for MTC’s NEON Festival of Independent Theatre, We Get It at the Southbank Theatre for a limited season...

Cuckoo

An intriguing dark comedy by Melbourne playwright Jane Miller, 15 Minutes From Anywhere present the premiere of Cuckoo at fortyfivedownstairs for a limited season from 9 July 2015. In 2014, Jane Miller wrote Cuckoo as pa...