Stephen K Amos
Amos delivers, joke after joke, centred on the themes of religion, hypocrisy and life’s pressures, all while he is essentially relaying his experiences of growing up in London

Tammy Anderson
Anderson effortlessly creates a kaleidoscope of characters; a twist of a limb, a tweak of the voice and they are there on stage.

The Pitch
Houghton runs through a gamut of characters, emotions and increasingly absurd movie storylines as we watch his alter-ego Walter Weinermann create the film that he is about to pitch.

The First Step on a Tram Is Hell
Sue Ingleton’s latest show is a soft-hearted tribute to the hardiness and perversity of old age.

Exit the King
With such talent come high expectations. Happily this reviewer was far from disappointed, how could you be when presented with such a memorable night of great theatre.

Miss Saigon
Twelve years after it’s Australian premiere in Sydney, Miss Saigon has finally arrived in Melbourne. And it was worth the wait.

Asylum

Asylum! In today's world the word conjures up the image of asylum seekers, refugees fleeing political persecution in their homeland and seeking sanctuary in Australia.

Black
With its spectral bodies and sea of words, all floating about in the chiaroscuro of memory, Anna Tregloan's Black is a difficult work to categorise.

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