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Cullen is something of a rarity in Australian theatre, a consummate performer who has stood by his craft without compromise.

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

The Nightwatchman
Daniel Keene’s The Nightwatchman is a contemplative, elegiac piece that explores the emotional reverberations between a father and his children as he prepares to move out of the family home.

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.

Macbeth
Bell Shakespeare’s latest Macbeth is quality theatre, but it is something of a disappointment given the luminaries involved.

Sinners

Ostensibly this is a play about the resilience of humanity and its propensity to go to extremes.

Jet of Blood
Ignite Productions successfully accosts the audience in classic theatre of cruelty style, hauling them from the everyday into a grotesque world of the Young Man’s subconscious.

Harp On The Willow
Harp on the Willow is ultimately a search-for-god play. It sublimely and comically, unpacks what people do when faced with the schism between ancient tradition and a new generation's hopes.

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