Nick Coyle's new play explores the ways in which we are compelled to tone down our quirks for the sake of love.
New at NORPA: Aussie bush terror inspires a woman's journey to find her wilder self.
British writer Anna Jordan’s unflinchingly vivid Yen paints a picture of young men on the cusp of ferality.
Audrey Journal's stage picks for the first month of spring. Opera, tragedy, comedy and dinner-and-show - all with a twist.
Catherine Davies and Rebecca Massey are just one of the rhyming couplets in Bell Shakespeare's new production.
We talk to Jakop Ahlbom about his company, his favourite horror films, and what makes an audience squirm.
When anything over 90 minutes is considered long-haul, why do we still make marathon theatre?
Lee Lewis' 2019 season showcases the elements that make Australian plays sing in a world fast losing its faith in the explicable.