Naive theatre meets high tech in The Umbilical Brothers’ production, The Distraction.

At What Cost? is a complex piece of work, full of righteous anger, full of family love.

Wudjang: Not the Past is, among other things, a powerful wake-up call to non-indigenous Australians like me. After almost 250 years we shouldn’t need it, but we do.

Italian baroque with Circa is an inventive attempt to relate the unrelateable, by two Australian ensembles at the height of their powers.

The Wedding Singer is a joyous celebration of the 80s – of shoulder pads and hair-do’s that would block out the sun.

Triple X is based on Glace Chase’s life experience and there is no doubting the raw honesty in the writing and her performance as Dexie.


Black Brass is a play, personal and political, told through music and song that spans continents, colonisation and culture, and all the complexities that encompasses.

Based on Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's universally adored and admired book, The Little Prince is a light and sound phantasmagoria augmented by aerial and acrobatic choreography.

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