Maa Ki Rasoi is a modern illustration, a live painting of the complexity of intergenerational relationships, and radical acceptance as a way forward in these relationships.
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Witty comebacks, quippy back-and-forth dialogue, with generous dashes of dry-British-humour… you’ll be in for an evening filled with side-splitting laughter as three (yes, just three) brilliant actors bring light to this classic gothic mystery, without losing the drama.
An intergenerational spectacle, French Letters is helmed by a formidable cast and a thought-provoking script.
Emotions are revealed in light, sound and wonderful acting in this moving new play.
The Italians is both grounded and surreal in presenting the Italo-Australian Sydney diaspora.
While there are moments where Machinal is just as hilarious as it is panic inducing, this SUDS production will get beneath your skin.
The multifaceted nature of all-boys school toxicity is unwound in this witty and insightful one man play.
‘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 theatre adaptation of Woolf’s book has renewed relevance amid the government’s gender crisis.