Summer of the Seventeenth Doll

A story of love, heartache, hope and loss, Ray Lawler’s Summer of the Seventeenth Doll remains one of the theatrical canon’s most moving explorations of the fading of youth and dreams. Crackling with earthy humour,...

The Flick

After a sell-­out festival season in 2014, Red Stitch are bringing Annie Baker’s Pulitzer Prize-­winning drama, The Flick to their home theatre with the original cast and creative team for a limited season from 1 M...

Timeshare

From one of Australia’s most unique, prolific and fascinating theatrical voices comes Timeshare – an hilarious, musical fable at the Coopers Malthouse for a limited season from 29 April 2015. Timeshare is the lates...

IAGO

Told through physical theatre and fast poetic dialogue, Western Edge Youth Arts presents the premiere of IAGO – a contemporary reworking of one of Shakespeare’s greatest plays at The Coopers Malthouse for a s...

Brisbane

Telling a significant story of Queensland’s capital in a year when Australian commemorates a century of service in different theatres of war, QTC presents the world premiere of Matthew Ryan’s Brisbane at the ...

Madame: The Story of Joseph Farrugia

In 1981, a young Egyptian refugee and choreographer signed up to transform a strip club. Thirty-three years later he is stepping back from the limelight. It’s time to tell his story at the Burnside Ballroom for a limited...

Black Diggers

One hundred years have passed since the Great War, yet some stories remain untold – Black Diggers is one of them. Following critically acclaimed seasons throughout Australia, Black Diggers will be presented at Arts Centr...

Tigers Be Still

Continuing to bring works that are fresh, engaging, and entertaining to Melbourne audiences, Boutique Theatre present the Australian premiere of Kim Rosenstock’s smash hit comedy, Tigers Be Still at the Brunswick Mechani...