The Crucible
It is particularly appropriate that Arthur Miller’s modern classic The Crucible should be part of New Theatre’s 75th Anniversary season, as in 1958 the company was one of the first in Australia to stage it.

Parramatta Girls
In Alana Valentine’s humourous yet tragic and ultimately uplifting play, Parramatta Girls, a group of former inmates of a juvenile detention centre reunite to expunge their demons.

Puppet Up! | Jim Henson Company
Following in the footsteps of many acclaimed American TV and film celebrities, Jim Henson’s furry little friends have taken their familiar charm to the stage.

Bandaged in white crepe, performer, Sara Black, twists her limbs with the precision of a surgeon’s knife to the hypnotic beeping of the industrial sonic landscape.

One Man Star Wars
This solo act does the impossible: he acts out Star Wars (A New Hope), The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi in the space of one hour. He plays every part, produces all the action, and left a very happy audience when he was done.

Yang’s delivery is impeccably timed and measured, bordering on stoic, yet it perfectly complements the images.

Lawson - Demons & Dreams
Cullen is something of a rarity in Australian theatre, a consummate performer who has stood by his craft without compromise.

The Nightwatchman
Daniel Keene’s The Nightwatchman is a contemplative, elegiac piece that explores the emotional reverberations between a father and his children as he prepares to move out of the family home.