'Whitefella Yella Tree' is theatre as truth-telling. The show is a revelation, a joy, and a piece of must-see theatre.
Director Danny Ball’s morality play explores violence, queer identity and abuse on a rural farm.
The story of a complex and compassionate mother reveals her struggle to support her son amidst uncaring systems and a lack of mental health services.
High-energy and hilarious, Commerce Revue 2022 delivered a show that’s guaranteed to make you smile.
Kalantar’s talk on ‘Resilience’ provided practical and inspiring tips for Usyd students to take care of their mental health in a time of uncertainty.
The Seymour Centre opened its doors to Law Revue once again, returning after three years of consecutive cancellations.
Ethan Floyd enjoys a night out at Seymour, with this year’s cast delivering a fun and campy performance which revisits the roots of student sketch comedy.
Fusing poetry and lyricism, her lyrics capture the confused angst felt by much of Generation Z.
Sunday in the Park with George was a magnificent performance, reflecting the interlaced nature of art, love, and passion.
If you want emotionally compelling art, skip the main walls of the Archibald Prize and head straight to the Young Archie.