A collection of true stories crafted from interviews with young Western Sydney people who have experienced homelessness.
It is 1974, and a political uprising that has compromised the safety of millions in the Philippines, brings Nancy, Antero and Cory to Balmain.
An intimate one-act play explores the grief we hide from the ones we love and sometimes from ourselves.
In a fresh addition to Shakespeare’s Extended Universe, two of the Bard's most loved characters take a good look and themselves and each other.
In his new adults-only extravaganza, Trevor Ashley stars as Gaye Wray, an actress desperately trying to shake her soap star status. Sound familiar?
A deeply researched work from Tommy Murphy brings the men who have loomed large over Sydney for nearly 100 years to the stage.
Set in the late 1990s, Sheshakespeare's Romeo and Juliet has the Montagues and Capulets at war over the LGBTQI Community.
Two street kids, lurking in the Bronx, find themselves sharing a bus stop late one night with a strange traveller.