Elena Carapetis's multi-media adaptation is supercharged drama of conscience.
Articles by Gordon Forester
Caleb Lewis’s underworld is a revelatory journey of wonder and discovery.
Justine Clarke gives an utterly remarkable performance in this heart-rending one-woman play.
A misdirection of magicians empty the hat with a unique blend of illusory entertainment.
Blindness is an immersive, challenging theatrical experience performed by one of Britain’s best actors.
Catherine Fitzgerald's play evokes a dark and dusty struggle for survival against the odds.
Hypocrisy, fallibility and misinformation collide in this poignant, divisive and turbulent satire that entertains and challenges in equal measures.
Big suits, big stakes and big lies collide in this exceptional revival of David Mamet's ageless classic.
This new Australian play by Finegan Kruckemeyer provides thought provoking theatre about the fallout from a global warming solution.
A contemporary reimagining of Thornton Wilder’s 1927 Pulitzer winning work of fiction.
Outstanding premiere about life in an Australian country community.
Review: The Boy Who Talked To Dogs (Slingsby, State Theatre Company South Australia, Adelaide Festival)
World Premiere proves love is a four-legged word.
This Australian premiere rightly challenges us to the point of discomfort, raising more questions than it answers.