Mark Rogers' play offers a portrait of instinct and trauma, privilege and power, and how these things intersect and interact, writes Cassie Tongue.
After the interiority of the past several months, Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own feels like a good first outing, writes Cassie Tongue.
Audrey review: School of Rock coasts happily on its charm and the talents of an ensemble that makes everything look easy.
Audrey review: Anchuli Felicia King's thrilling, razor-edged satire shows how good intentions can be smeared by corporate greed.
Audrey review: Hilary Bell’s moody Australian gothic drama Splinter picks at a couple’s raw and exposed nerves.
Audrey review: Slick and sparkling but there are hints of richer, more developed performances to come.
Audrey review: Joey McKneely's faithful staging only serves to highlight how dated a show - even one that was radical in its time - can become.
Audrey review: Suzie Miller's new play shows us all the ways in which the legal system is unfairly made and inherently broken.