A brilliantly acted one woman show recounting the horrors of war from the perspective of a young girl.
S-27 explores what occurs when people repress their moral instincts in the fulfilment of their duties during times of revolution and war. The energy it takes to remain dispassionate soon drains away, leaving everyone exposed and threatened.
As a piece of pure theatre, Black is the New White is the new everything in terms of intellectual, sociopolitical, comedy based commentary on stage.
A traveller gets more than he bargained for when he comes across a run-down bistro in Osaka.
XXX Neon Sign is the inaugural show for the newly established Rumpus Theatre collective of Bowden in the repurposed space previously occupied by Fontanelle Gallery on Sixth Street. South Australian composer Dan Thorpe, with a growing reputation for experimental nous, cuts an isolated figure at the piano as he navigates Australian poet James Andre’s work of the same title, illuminating Andre’s personal recollections of working in a porno store in Brisbane.
Jasper Jones is an important Australian story that cleverly confronts some dark truths about our country within the architecture of an engaging tale.
An engaging monologue on the overlooked and cumbersome orchestral instrument and the people who play it.
Internationally acclaimed comedy goddesses, Tash York and and Boo Dwyer, come together to deliver the most heartwarming, laugh out loud, sing along dish of petty you could ever want in Petty Bitches… a brilliantly delightful blend of humour, pettiness (of course) and 90’s pop culture references.
Two couples reunite after six years apart and struggle with the difference between them.
STC’s Hydra is a challenging post-feminist re-examination of the relationship between George Johnston and Charmian Clift that, in its fiery volatility, created some of our nation’s most memorable literature.