Andrey review: Perfect timing but Belvoir's adaptation of an Ibsen classic shows blunt satirical teeth.
Audrey review: Fine comic performances but has the creative and political potential of gender-flipping reached its limit?
Audrey review: Buoyant and crowd-pleasing but Hilary Bell's adaptation of a Moliere classic suffers from a weak satirical pulse.
Audrey review: An inky, fleshy trance that extends the Japanese dance theatre tradition of Butoh into a dreamlike, experimental performance.
Twenty years after its premiere, Jane Harrison's Stolen continues to speak for generations of Aboriginal people.
In Quiet Faith, David Williams addresses the gulf between the Christianity of Australia’s political leaders and everyday Christians.
Audrey review: A powerful installation-performance triggers a cascade of intensely personal associations for its audience.
Personal experiences of migration and movement through the generations of James Nguyen's family inform a new performance-installation.