Annie Baker's absurd, character-driven drama in the bowls of the Cellar Theatre.
This is “theatre with a purpose…beyond a fun night out”.
Unapologetically chaotic, sometimes strained, sometimes hilarious—sometimes even lyrical: welcome to the zaniness of Sydney Uni Revue.
When he heard Michael Spence was going, Janek Drevikovsky just had to get tickets.
An ambitious, well-performed show that leaves its central questions unanswered
A challenging production whose most tender moments were its most standout
Welcome to hell.
An ambitious production set en plein air in the Old Teachers' College courtyard
The combined talents of SUMS and SUSO provided a night of unadulterated musical enjoyment
Daphine Yang reviews Baby Boy Bolognese's Sydney Fringe offerings.