This is two hours of emotionally intimate theatre, capturing the joys and sorrows of family life.
Davies and Stafford should be proud of themselves and their team for creating such a painfully raw production that captures the awkwardness and difficulty of being young. Closing night is Saturday 21 May.
Classic Greek tragedy unfolds behind white picket fences in this 1950s suburban nightmare.
SUDS’ Midsummer Madness is a fresh take on a Shakespearian classic.
There was nothing accidental about this show’s success.
The showcase was one of several events in the USU's annual Pride Festival.
On the need for USyd’s performing arts scene to hold the USU to account.
SUDS' latest play based on the life of Joan Didion.
A deeply enjoyable romp through the Beatles' madcap decade as the biggest band on Earth.
SUDS' first show of 2021 explores women and their legacies.