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Belvoir St Theatre: Wayside Bride

Belvoir St Theatre 25 Belvoir St, Sydney, NSW
In a street out the back of the Cross is a very special place – the Wayside Chapel. It’s a haven for the poor, the excluded, the misfits. It’s a place of faith and a place of love. And it’s a place where people could declare their love – even…

Belvoir St Theatre: Opening Night

Belvoir St Theatre 25 Belvoir St, Sydney, NSW
Myrtlw Gordon's been a star of the stage for years. She’s loved by audiences, acclaimed by critics. Now she’s been cast in the role of a lifetime, and opening night is rapidly approaching – but something’s not quite right. The lines won’t stick, she can’t stay in character, reality and…
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FERVOUR.: Destroy, She Said

Belvoir St Theatre 25 Belvoir St, Sydney, NSW
“Do you want to make me desperate?” Alissa smiles, “Yes. Don't say anymore.” Alone in a hotel, Elisabeth is being watched. After the loss of her baby, Elisabeth, haunted by grief, withdraws from reality to convalesce. Captivated by her presence, hotel guests Max Thor and Stein observe her trance-like state.…

Belvoir St Theatre: Opening Night

Belvoir St Theatre 25 Belvoir St, Sydney, NSW
Myrtlw Gordon's been a star of the stage for years. She’s loved by audiences, acclaimed by critics. Now she’s been cast in the role of a lifetime, and opening night is rapidly approaching – but something’s not quite right. The lines won’t stick, she can’t stay in character, reality and…

Belvoir St Theatre: Opening Night

Belvoir St Theatre 25 Belvoir St, Sydney, NSW
Myrtlw Gordon's been a star of the stage for years. She’s loved by audiences, acclaimed by critics. Now she’s been cast in the role of a lifetime, and opening night is rapidly approaching – but something’s not quite right. The lines won’t stick, she can’t stay in character, reality and…
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Belvoir St Theatre: Opening Night

Belvoir St Theatre 25 Belvoir St, Sydney, NSW
Myrtlw Gordon's been a star of the stage for years. She’s loved by audiences, acclaimed by critics. Now she’s been cast in the role of a lifetime, and opening night is rapidly approaching – but something’s not quite right. The lines won’t stick, she can’t stay in character, reality and…

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Belvoir St Theatre: At What Cost?

Belvoir St Theatre 25 Belvoir St, Sydney, NSW
Belvoir presents the world premiere of At What Cost?, a robust and provocative modern tragedy by award-winning Palawa playwright Nathan Maynard. In Maynard’s home state of Lutrawita (Tasmania), Boyd’s got enough on his plate between keeping a family together and his responsibilities to land and people. But something’s happening. Every…
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Belvoir St Theatre: Black Brass

Belvoir St Theatre 25 Belvoir St, Sydney, NSW
In 2018, Kenyan-born Mararo Wangai saw Inua Ellams’ exuberant play Barber Shop Chronicles, set in London and five African cities, and decided to write his own piece set in Australia. Black Brass was inspired by interviews he did with African migrants in Perth, including an Ethiopian university lecturer who came…

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Belvoir St Theatre: The Boomkak Panto

Belvoir St Theatre 25 Belvoir St, Sydney, NSW
Belvoir ends its year in festive mode with a pantomime. Written by Virginia Gay, who co-directs with Richard Carroll, The Boomkak Panto is set in a dry, dusty Aussie town, somewhere in the back of beyond. A Big Developer has set his sights on the town, and the little community…

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Belvoir St Theatre: The Cherry Orchard

Belvoir St Theatre 25 Belvoir St, Sydney, NSW
It’s an uncertain time. Change is coming, you can sniff it in the air. A family returns to a home that’s seen better days – but it still has its orchard. Precious, beautiful, but…in the way. Chekhov’s great, last play needs no embellishment to describe our times. What orchards are…
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Belvoir St Theatre: A Room of One’s Own

Belvoir St Theatre 25 Belvoir St, Sydney, NSW
Virginia Woolf’s feminist polemic A Room of One’s Own, adapted by director Carissa Licciardello and Tom Wright. Growing out of a lecture that Woolf gave at Cambridge University in 1928, A Room With a View examines the careers of various female authors, and argues that women need a private, safe space and an…

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Belvoir St Theatre: Stop Girl

Belvoir St Theatre 25 Belvoir St, Sydney, NSW
ABC journalist Sally Sara draws on her own experience in her debut play. Suzie has devoted the best years of her life to reporting from dangerous frontlines. But even the most resilient foreign correspondents need to come home one day. What happened to Australia while Suzie was away? And what…