Wulamanayuwi and the Seven Pamanui

Goosebump-raising, joyful and emotional, Wulamanayuwi and the Seven Pamanui mixes the enchanting tradition of European fairytales with the Creation characters and stories of the Tiwi Islands. Using the language and rhyme...

Death in Bowengabbie

From the winner of Black Swan Theatre’s Richard Burton Award for Best New Play comes Death in Bowengabbie – an extraordinary piece of writing by the talented Australian writer Caleb Lewis for a limited season at Me...

The Gigli Concert

Considered to be one of the great Irish plays of the last century, Tom Murphy’s masterpiece, The Gigli Concert is a fiercely satirical and beautifully crafted play about the endurance of the human spirit and the ab...

Johnny Castellano is Mine

Acclaimed Canberra playwright Emma Gibson re-imagines Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Mermaid as a supernatural psychological thriller in Johnny Castellano is Mine – a sharp-edged, full-throttled ride into the...

Mother & Son

Everyone’s favourite forgetful mum is back! From the creator of the Australian hit TV series Mother & Son comes a brand new stage comedy featuring Maggie, Arthur and Robert in delicious form. Geoffrey Atherden penned...

Macbeth

Queensland Theatre Company in association with The Grin and Tonic Theatre Troupe presents Shakespeare’s dark and powerful tragedy, Macbeth under the direction of internationally acclaimed director, Michael Attenborough. ...

Rupert wows Washington

Melbourne Theatre Company’s Rupert has set Washington DC abuzz following its US premiere Wednesday night (US time) at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts World Stages: International Theater Festival. When ...

The Winter’s Tale

Bell Shakespeare’s founder and Co-Artistic Director John Bell opens the 2014 season with an enchanting new production of The Winter’s Tale. Written at the height of his career, this is Shakespeare at his most daring; a t...