Natural Order has been timed to coincide with Homelessness Week. Moving, funny, subversive and haunting …
Enthusiastically received by a delighted audience, the charming Once (music and lyrics by Glen Hansard, Marketa Irglova) is deceivingly simple but deeply touching.
In this evocative and playful queer reimagining of Oscar Wilde’s fairytale, the opposition between the coldness of the world and the warmth of emerging love is delicately maintained.
In 30 Years of 65 Thousand, three contemporary works are brought together to showcase the strength and vibrancy of Bangarra’s gift to our nation.
Alana Valentine worked with designers, brides and health-based scientists to write Made to Measure, a play based on a large-bodied woman’s search for her dream wedding-dress.
Winyanboga Yurringa, which translates from Yorta Yorta as “Women of the Sun”, is a moving, funny and beautiful play about Indigenous culture, community and women.
Set in the very realistic kitchen of a Harris Park restaurant, Curry Kings of Parramatta gives its audiences a comical and often heart-wrenching insight into the lives of migrants from South East Asia.
Yet again the invaluable Théâtre Excentrique under the direction of Anna Jahjah has chosen to present a play both topical and spellbinding.
A Little Piece of Ash beautifully acknowledges the physical and spiritual connection between mother and daughter.
The rock-fueled box office sensation Barbara and the Camp Dogs is back at the Belvoir.