The familiar awfulness of Australian politics is clearly a curse but the familiarity of the revue itself is a mixed blessing.
Powerful theatre which gives a truer account of our past than much of Australian history.
Spectacular entertainment for lovers of the Disney film.
A beautiful brew of intelligent writing, stimulating critique, and compelling crime drama.
Glorious entertainment which honours international struggles for justice.
Entertaining and playful with moments of exquisite beauty, Three Acts captures the spirit of This American Life.
Powerful performances portray the immense human costs of capitalism.
A fascinating depiction of how human beings try to absolve themselves of wicked deeds.
A diverse, thoughtful and amusing take on freedom under late capitalism.
The Great Fire could use more heat and light.
Despite great moments, this production lacks the emotional depth you crave from Romeo and Juliet
Pulsing with passion, this classic Australian political thriller speaks volumes about the present.
One of the most brilliant and important plays Australia has ever produced.
Despite an interesting premise and solid performances, Tomorrow's Parties dystopic visions limit the emotional pull.
With few hits and plenty of misses, Invisible Dot Cabaret fails to live up to the hype.
Circus Oz pairs astonishing moments of skill and beauty with progressive politics to create a satisfying spectacle for all ages.
An enchanting production of the beloved musical.
A playful, vibrant and vital retelling of Woolf's classic tale of gender transformation.
A passionate tale of Medieval politics which leaves audiences feeling a little indifferent.
A masterful adaptation which brings a light touch to dark themes.
A superb cast meets the challenge of this highly intelligent musical gem.
An irreverent, hilarious and piercing critique of trends in the Australian arts industry.
Its moving portrayal of ostracism elevates Seventeen above an appealing premise into great theatre.
A flawed but important play which condemns passivity and praises resistance to injustice.
A faithful version of this classic play which is strong on comedy but weaker on pathos.
A timely and passionate depiction of the ideological war that elitists have long waged on the arts.
Like me reflects back to us some of the worst aspects of our public culture.
Lazy writing and regressive gender politics undermine the work of a talented performer.
Outstanding performances and thoughtful direction make for a compelling production with a potent message.
Tyran Parke crafts a compelling narrative with honesty, tenderness and immense talent.