Audrey review: This Gothic yarn is a twofold celebration: first, of the healing power of storytelling; second of the magic of rough theatre.
Audrey review: Inspired by a masterpiece of classical psychedelia, Little Eggs Collective’s inventive portrait of a tempestuous artist-abuser is a must-see.
Audrey review: A gleaming hot rod of a show. Once the cast stomp on the gas pedal all you can do is buckle up and enjoy the ride.
Audrey review: Fixed in a small theatre close-up, a radiant Belinda Giblin makes light work of one of the most demanding texts ever foisted upon an actor.
Now available to stream on demand, Emily Sheehan's Hell's Canyon is a sharp two-hander that will appeal to the YA audience.
Audrey review: Written and performed by Peter-William Jamieson, Borderless tells a fictional story to hoist a largely hidden tragedy into the light.
Audrey review: Eamon Flack’s production of Anton Chekhov’s final play takes the author at his word. The Cherry Orchard is a comedy above all else.
Audrey review: Alexander Lee-Rekers’ intriguing new play suggests it's possible to walk down the path toward fascism without realising where you are heading.