Lost and Found Orchestra
Lost and Found Orchestra, presented at the Sydney Festival by highly regarded British theatrical music company, The Stomp Company, is as joyful as it is inventive, as accessible as it is complex and as entertaining as it is original.

No Chance In Hell Hotel
Written by its stars, Kate Smith and Drew Fairley it’s a farce in which a lovelorn crippled cop and a pert, determined sidekick provide the hook on which to hang a tenuous thriller where love conquers all.

Redheads
Redheads follows the melodramatic lives of Ruth (Beth Champion) and Joanna (Emily Weare), two wannabe ‘twenty something’ spinsters who just want to feel loved.

Raymonda
Photo - Jim McFarlane
Luxurious, romantic, beautiful and innocent, Raymonda is an intelligent and refreshing adaptation of Petipa’s original work.

Reunion | A Kind of Alaska
Photo - Heidrun Lohr
Take an astute selection of top-drawer talents, mix with intelligence, fresh energy, an eye to the future and it's not surprising the results are better than pleasing.

Plays: By Himself
The acting is most talented, but the real star here is Lawson’s writing. It is imaginative, hilariously self-referential, enjoyable and satisfying.

The Bourgeois Gentleman
Photo - Tracey Schramm

Despite teasing us with it’s near hits and misses The Bourgeois Gentleman never quite got off the ground.

hellbent_sm1Red Stitch’s Hellbent is an adaptation of the seventeenth century play The Duchess of Malfi by John Webster. It’s a revenge tragedy, a hysterical melodrama of Shakespearean proportions served up with an extra dollop of nastiness and it’s wonderful.

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