THRONES! The Musical Parody

Fast and ferocious, frequently profane and fleetingly profound, THRONES! The Musical Parody is a hilarious romp for both diehard GOT fans and casual viewers… if there even is such a thing!

Puffs: Or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic

Although this delightful show maintains a generally light, comedic tone throughout, it asks the potentially unsettling question: “What happens when you discover that you are not the hero of your own story?”

Made To Measure

There’s a lot to chew on in Made To Measure, Alana Valentine’s three-handed examination of finger pointing and tongue lashing regarding body shape and fat shaming.

American Psycho – The Musical | BB Arts & Two Doors Productions

This intense, hilarious, and unsettling romp satirically literalises the madness of the ‘80s capitalist fever-dream that birthed the nightmare of the increasingly iniquitous world we are now living in.

Dreamland | NORPA

Connection to community is displayed in all its glory, with tears, laughter and a band that satisfies on every level.

SHIT | Drill Hall Theatre Company

Employing a minimal cast and set, garnering maximum momentum from the first words uttered, SHIT is cutting-edge theatre – succinct, provocative, evocative, packing a punch from the moment the three actors set foot upon the stage.

Joseph K | Secret House

Practical politics and current events fuse in Joseph K, Tom Basden’s absurdist dystopian farce modelled on Franz Kafka’s The Trial.

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof | Sydney Theatre Company

Unfortunately for all the other actors in the show, the titanic pillars of Newman and Weaving cast such long shadows, not only by the strength of their stellar performances, but by the sheer percentage of the script’s lines they monopolise between them.

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