MTC Torch the Place Diana Lin and Michele Lim Davidson - photo by Jeff Busby

Torch the Place

Natalie, Toby, and Teresa, want their Mum to tidy her house. She doesn’t seem to throw anything away and things are piling up. With the help of Teresa’s husband, Paul, the kids stage an intervention of sorts by way of a ...
Belvoir Jesus Wants Me for a Sunbeam - photo by Brett Boardman

Jesus Wants Me For A Sunbeam

Every once in a while, a production comes along that is so wholesome lay faultless, that I am left lost for words. Jesus Wants Me For A Sunbeam is one such play. Dealing with themes of loss and grief and the bonds of fam...
Griffin Theatre Family Values - photo by Brett Boardman

Family Values

A potentially decisive and politically charged play is left to become a lacklustre and shamefully self serving essay in the hands of a playwright resting on his laurels. Family Values is filled with classic and cliched W...
AAR Rodney Croome arrested at the Salamanca Market in 1988 - photo by Roger Lovell

The Campaign

An honest and raw retelling of the journey to repeal Australia’s most archaic anti-gay legislation, Seymour Centre and White Box Theatre will present Campion Decent’s acclaimed play, The Campaign in the Reginald Th...
AAR MTC Torch the Place - photo by Justin Ridler

Torch the Place

A poignant modern comedy about finding clarity in the clutter of life, Benjamin Law makes his playwriting debut with Torch the Place at Arts Centre Melbourne from 14 February 2020. Littered with Law’s signature wit, Torc...
The Dumb Waiter

The Dumb Waiter

Famed theatre critic Irving Wardle once described the early work of Harold Pinter as “Comedies of menace” and to be sure, this production of The Dumb Waiter, produced by its two actors Will McLennan and Will Johnston, do...