Writers Emme Hoy and Gretel Vella take on the class system in a new ATYP production inspired by one of history's most terrifying women.
Family Law star Shuang Hu makes her stage debut with the degree of difficulty dialled to the max in Annie Baker's suspense-comedy John.
Bell Shakespeare programs its first female Hamlet and The Comedy of Errors in its 30th birthday year.
Flightpath Theatre collaborators Michael Pigott and Katja Handt are preparing to turn a town hall into an international airport.
Director Adena Jacobs turns on her X-ray vision to examine the deeper layers of Shakespeare's grotesquely violent tragedy.
Hilary Bell's modern language adaptation of Shakespeare's early comedy is "one big, dazzling magic trick".
Amy Ingram and Daniel Evans reveal what goes into a show made to twang your heartstrings.
Heirlooms without their stories are just collectables. But those passed down the generations with stories attached can define a family’s history – for better or worse.