The City They Burned

The City They Burned is a modern retelling of the tale of Lot and the fall of Sodom. It is an immersive site-specific work about power, fear and judgement that is challenging and enticing in equal measures – a thea...
Six Degrees of Ned Kelly Melita Rowston

6 Degrees of Ned Kelly

Melita Rowston’s grandpa stole Ned Kelly’s bones! Well … that’s what Rowston family folklore claims. Now Melita journeys to the heart of Kelly country to uncover the truth in a new production at The Village T...
nsemble The Book Club Amanda Muggleton Photo by Dario Gardiman

The Book Club

Telling the story of a genteel housewife and her addiction to books, Sydney’s Ensemble Theatre presents The Book Club for a limited season from 2 September 2015. Deb can’t quite shake the feeling there’s some...
St Martins I Saw The Second One Hit

I Saw the Second One Hit

Fourteen years ago, two planes flew into two towers, and like Romulus and Remus, ignited a battle over western civilisation. Was 9/11 the beginning of the end, or just another day? President Bush said after the attack, &...

Bad Jews

A fierce, biting comedy about family, faith and what you choose to believe, when you’re chosen, the Alex Theatre, St Kilda presents the Australian premiere of Joshua Harmon’s Bad Jews for a limited season fro...

Betrayal

Following critically acclaimed seasons in Adelaide and Canberra, Harold Pinter’s Betrayal will explore the delicate fabric of human relationships and deceptions at the Southbank Theatre from 29 August 2015. Hailed for it...

Detroit

An ecstatic and dangerous comedy that brilliantly captures our precarious economic times, Lisa D’Amour’s Obie award-winning Detroit will be presented in a Victorian premiere by Red Stitch Actors Theatre from 28 August 20...