The Mack
The mundane reality of inner city Brisbane bleeds through into a world of greater mysteries, malign spirits, and the surveillance of the Moogi Man

Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks
A play that touches on issues of prejudice, deceit and ignorance, it does so with flair, but do not the title fool you. This is not a song-and-dance musical style show.

The Narcissist
No ifs, buts or maybes, this play is vainly and unashamedly Brisbane. It is pure self-indulgence, and it feels good.

Con's Spire
It seems no-one loves a conspiracy more than Errol Bray. His long Australian theatrical career has evidently led him to a place of cheerful cynicism about the state of our world.

Absence(s)
Absence(s) is a work that moves between worlds – physically, spatially and symbolically. We are taken, group by group, from the street outside the theatre to another space.

Private Fears in Public Places
Private Fears in Public Places is a comic tale of the overlapping lives of six people living in one city.  Written by Alan Ayckbourn and directed by Michael Gow, the play opens the Queensland Theatre Company's 2007 season, leaving audiences sated but not enthralled by the upcoming theatrical year.

Double Feature
Double dose + double drama = double trouble. A multiplicity of ideas and concepts all trying to be achieved on the same night resulting in a muddled hump of mess.

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