Audrey review: A solidly entertaining take on Orwell's classic novel, replete with a sense of serious purpose, flashes of humour and a generous satirical bite.
This premiere production of Angus Cerini’s knotty murder story overcomes the Covid buzz-kill by the skin of its not inconsiderable teeth.
Audrey review: If live-streamed musicals can be made this entertaining, then conventionally staged productions had better step up when the lockdown of our theatres ends.
Join Queensland Theatre's artistic director Lee Lewis for a live reading of Stephen Carleton's coal-black political farce.
A live reading of Wesley Enoch's universal love story about the destructive and restorative relationships between generations.
Griffin Theatre’s programming of vintage plays into its all-Australian season has yielded some outstanding theatre in recent years.
Matthew Lutton’s epic, darkly trippy production of Michael Gow’s Away powerfully expands our appreciation of a much-studied modern classic.
Matthew Lutton’s 2017 production of Michael Gow’s play powerfully expands our appreciation of a much-studied modern classic.