A Room of One's Own | Sentient Theatre

Imagine Shakespeare had a sister who possessed in equal measure his wit and intellect. She too wanted to be a playwright in Elizabethan London. Unlike her brother however, there was to be no great success but an early death and an anonymous grave.

Much Ado About Nothing | Bell Shakespeare

Bell Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing is a fast-paced and fun-filled production that makes the most of the buffoonery, trickery, skulduggery and ultimate irresistible happy ending of Much Ado.

You Are the Blood | Spinning Plates Co.

In the Australian premiere of the production by Ashley Rose Wellman, director Peter Blackburn delves into the fascination the media and society has with serial killers.

Pomona | Red Stich Actors Theatre

Alistair McDowall’s play is not so much a cautionary tale of the future of humanity, but an all too real depiction of the dystopian universe we are already living in.

Bring It On The Musical | David Venn Enterprises

A classic teen flick of the naughties, Bring it on beloved by teenagers across the world for its snappy dialogue, and rich beautiful teenagers who seemed to only have to worry about one thing, winning nationals at the Cheerleading Championships.

Solaris Tonight | Malthouse Theatre

A planet that has believed itself to be alone within the vastness of the universe at long last has an opportunity to connect with another intelligent life force.

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