The Fence | Urban Theatre Projects
The Sydney Festival blurb describes it as 'explosive'. It's not. And that it isn't is precisely what makes it work so well: there is none of the high-pitched, histrionic theatricality that attends most conventional plays.

Party | The Invisible Dot
Party is a funny little nugget of a play written by performer Tom Basden, running just under an hour and exploring a simple yet engaging comedic premise.

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