A special one-night-only rehearsed reading of Alan Seymour's classic to benefit the Actors Benevolent Fund.
Suzie Miller’s indictment of the Australian legal system’s failure to protect women returns.
One of the long-running plays in West End history makes its way to the close quarters of Ensemble’s intimate stage.
George Orwell’s potent allegory served fast, furious and full of grunt by Brisbane's Shake & Stir.
Life’s tough. So you gotta reward yourself, right? Where's the harm in that?
In Alexander Lee-Rekers' new play, everyone reacts differently when the lights go out.
Thomas Campbell's Betty is a Butcher offers five characters, five reasons to live, an odyssey towards death.
Audrey review: The staging is skimpy but Neil LaBute's play delivers its customary sting.