Rent | Everyman Theatre
Everyman Theatre has opened a fine production of a modern classic at the Courtyard.

Finucane and Smith's Glory Box
Not quite funny enough to be burlesque, and with too much canned music to be cabaret, I am really not sure what to make of this production.

Red Wharf, Beyond the Rings of Satire | The Wharf Revue

We are the lucky country indeed able to poke fun at our grand leader's derriere and red hair without losing our heads. That said, if you've had a gutful of sound bites, corruption, and so-called scandal, then let out all that frustration and exasperation with a chuckle at Red Wharf: Beyond The Rings of Satire.

Boy Girl Wall | The Escapists

Boy Girl Wall is a comedy that shakes your sides as well as your shoulders to give a positive kick as much as a satisfying sigh.

The Mousetrap
Taking over from Ngapartji Ngapartji on the Playhouse stage, Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap is a tightly-directed period piece as formulaic as it is popular.

Ngapartji Ngapartji | Big hART

In this epic work, Trevor Jamieson tells the story of the Maralinga nuclear weapons tests from the perspective of the Anangu people of the Western Desert.

The Bugalugs Bum Thief | Monkey Baa

Playing at the Street Theatre this week is Monkey Baa's latest incarnation of one of Australia's best-named plays, The Bugalugs Bum Thief. No, it's not quite Shakespeare, but it's closer than one might assume.

Angela's Kitchen | Griffin Theatre Company

Angela's Kitchen is an autobiographical play with comedy-drama snapshots of the actor's past and present and the life of his beloved maternal grandmother Angela.

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