One of Shakespeare’s truly essential works, Dream warns us that family, love and friendship are fragile.
Implanted technology cuts people off from each other and from reality in Eliza Oliver's new play.
From Melbourne's Little Ones Theatre, an ode to romance in torturous and unforgiving times.
It's Christmas 1966 but goodwill is in short supply in Corrigan, the home of Craig Silvey's Jasper Jones.
Harry Milas deploys some of the oldest tricks in the book to promote healthy skepticism and agency.
Charlie Garber's new play is a comic odyssey into the mind and the multiverse.
A two-man, one-puppet show fuses mime and puppetry in a non-stop rollercoaster of action and lo-fi nostalgia.
Playwright Alice Birch's unflinching drama interrogates the impact of suicide across three generations.