In the 1980s, a horrific tragedy destroys his family and shatters their carefully crafted façade of American middle-class perfection.
Fifteen years later, in New York, he continues his struggle to move on with his life. His ever-increasing collection of novels provides his sole refuge from his unrelenting grief.
Finally, he is presented with a chance for redemption -- or, at least, the next best thing.
Tom Gentry stars in Adelaide's first production of Adam Rapp's insightful, beautifully lyrical play sprinkled with dark humour and excellent music.
This is shock-and-awe theatre. Switzerland is an exhilarating production, led by a strong...
It’s a brave director who mounts a work addressing full frontally taboo issues like teen sex,...
Despite its grammatical inaccuracy, the title of this play by Steve Franco is beguiling and the...
Burlesque by Force is persistently provocative, munificent and shrewd.