Audrey review: A quarter century after its premiere, The 7 Stages of Grieving speaks to the reprehensible stasis of history when it comes to change.
Audrey review: Made with skill and without malice, Michael Costi's comedy offers a joyous send-up of first-world worries and Millennial foibles.
Audrey review: Taking us to the front lines of ordinary life, Stop Girl bravely speaks up against the silence around mental health in journalism.
Audrey review: Brimming with generosity and unexpected humour, Oliver Twist's autobiographical monologue shines a light into the darkness.
Audrey review: Sam O'Sullivan's play turns the truisms of our screen-dominated lives into an original, bracing and engrossing theatre experience.
Audrey review: Saints alive? An adaptation of Jo Kadlecek's play eulogises and simplifies a remarkable life of contradiction and strife.
Audrey review: A site-specific, intensely naturalistic outdoor performance explores the gaps and dislocations existing between generations of Sydney's queer communities.
Brilliantly crafted, this parody black-and-white western from Perth's The Last Great Hunt gifts its audience with wholesome joy.