Dean Gunera as Huey and Josh Massarotti as Aldo feature in Italian American Reconciliation - courtesy of Lab Theatre

Italian American Reconciliation

“Te toto o te tangata, he kai; te oranga o te tangata, he whenua” (While food provides the blood in our veins, our health is drawn from the land) – Maori proverb The richness of tradition and family are not o...
AAR STCSA Dance Nation

Dance Nation

Clare Barron’s wild, award-winning comedy about a group of pre-teen dancers fighting for a national final, Dance Nation, premieres at Adelaide’s Scott Theatre in February before heading to Belvoir’s Upstairs Theatre (Syd...
AAR MT Cloudstreet Scott Sheridan and Natasha Herbert - photo by Pia Johnson

Cloudstreet

Take a seat and join two of WA’s favourite families for a once-in-a-generation theatre event as Tim Winton’s award-winning novel Cloudstreet adapted by Nick Enright and Justin Monjo comes to life on the stage of His Maje...
bub Australian Open Patrick Jhanur - photo by Clare Hawley

Australian Open

Australian Open is a smart, sleek and epically glorious romp that pulls on the treads of Australia’s hang ups on monogamy, queer representation, self-fulfilment and sport. This may seem like a lot to unpack in a me...
TW The Great Australian Play Kim Ho photo by Jack Dixon Gunn

The Great Australian Play

A psychedelic romp through the myths of our glorious nation’s past, present and imagined future, Theatre Works and Montague Basement presents the Australian premiere season of Kim Ho’s new work, The Great Australian Play...
Malthouse Theatre Ridiculusmus The Importance of Being Earnest Invitation - photo by Zan Wimberley

The Importance of Being Earnest

In 2006, when David Woods and Jon Haynes first brought Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest to Melbourne, Malthouse Theatre audiences fell out of their seats in laughter. Now, the Ridiculusmus team triumphantly ...