In The Furnace
This is Andrew Morrish, a performer full of random gestures, unlikely contradictions and bizarre impulses

Michael Craig, ably assisted, as it were, by a charming performance from Catherine McGraffin, goes out with a bang in this deservedly lauded American play

Tender is an emotional revelation, wherein the narrative is, ultimately, incidental to its thorough and gentle expositions of the nature, and character, of love, loss, grief, memory, resilience & relationships

Seasoned entertainer Issi Dye has been doing his one-man tribute to the legendary Al Jolson since 1999, and in the 600-plus performances he has made on tour he has evidently refined his act to the point where it is so convincing that seeing him out of character can be quite a jolt.

At 73 years old, Humphries is in remarkably good form. While Sir Les and Sandy Stone are still fresh, Dame Edna lacks some of the satirical bite and depth of character that made her a megastar.

Capture the Flag
In Berlin, on May 4, 1945, these boys are awakening to the fact that the game they were engaged in just a few weeks ago, which lends the play its title, is being played-out for real, in the streets above their manhole.

Thore House
The creation of expat Swedish actress Danijela Hodges, Thore House is set in an erotic nightclub and tells the interwoven stories of several of its denizens.

Wilding is careful to keep the audience guessing and their sympathies swinging by making the situation unsettlingly ambiguous.