Electrocution, savage dogs, abusive residents and asbestos. Just another day on the job for meter readers Peter and Lachlan.
Kris McQuaid stars in Alana Valentine's new play, a story of work and corruption and how Australia went from working class to middle class.
It is probably a good thing that Zenek Obarzanek and Laurence Lipson never met in real life.
Part mystery, part comedy and part romance, a new play plunges the audience into the surprising life of gallery attendant.
First performed in 1986, Willy Russell’s comic monologue all but kick-started the ‘it’s never too late to be yourself’ genre.
Jodee Mundy conveys her experience as the only hearing person in a Deaf family, through a blend of performance, storytelling, multimedia and animation.
From playwright Brooke Robinson, an unflinching examination of homelessness asking how willing we are to take care of our most vulnerable.
A new production of American writer Alice Birch's call-to-arms draws on conversations with more than 80 Australian women.