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STALKING THE BOGEYMAN

23 MAY - 23 JUNE
AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

Adapted by Markus Potter & David Holthouse

Additional Writing by
Shane Ziegler       Shane Stokes        Santino Fontana

Directed by Neil Gooding

TUE - SAT: 8:00 PM / SUN: 5:00 PM
MATINEES: SAT 16 & 23 JUNE, 
2:00 PM

TICKETS: $33.00 - $45.00


“This time last year I was plotting to kill a man.”

Twenty-five years after he was sexually assaulted, award-winning journalist David Holthouse learns his 'bogeyman’ has moved to his new neighbourhood. Armed with a pistol and a plan, he plots to enact revenge on the man who stole his childhood.

“BREATHTAKING” – NEW YORK TIMES


PERMISSION TO SPIN

27 JUNE - 28 JULY
WORLD PREMIERE

Written by Mary Rachel Brown

TUE - SAT: 8:00 PM / SUN: 5:00 PM
MATINEES: SAT 21 & 28 JULY, 
2:00 PM

TICKETS: $33.00 - $45.00


Permission to Spin is a funny-til-it’s-not cage fight between art and ethics; a Trump-esque allegory about men that carry their school-yard bully techniques all the way to adulthood. This play is for everyone that thinks children’s music is torture.

“A CROSS BETWEEN ‘DEATH AND THE MAIDEN’ AND ‘SPINAL TAP’” – CATHERINE CORAY, DIRECTOR OF HOTINK PLAY FESTIVAL, NEW YORK


KING OF PIGS

1 AUGUST - 1 SEPTEMBER
WORLD PREMIERE

Written by Steve Rodgers
Directed by Blazey Best

TUE - SAT: 8:00 PM / SUN: 5:00 PM
MATINEES: SAT 25 AUGUST & SAT 1 SEPTEMBER, 2:00 PM

TICKETS: $33.00 - $45.00


“Do you know how many times I’ve told this story
cops, counsellors, the family court? I mean fuck.”

One Woman. Four Men. She could be with any one of them; at twenty-two on a date on the Gold Coast, at thirty-one moving into an apartment in Albert Park, or at forty, happily married with a nine-year-old son living in Campsie. Four very different worlds share an identical space, our homes.


THE HUMANS

5 SEPTEMBER - 6 OCTOBER

Written by Stephen Karam
Directed by Anthea Williams

TUE - SAT: 8:00 PM / SUN: 5:00 PM
MATINEES: SAT 29 SEPTEMBER & SAT 6 OCTOBER, 
2:00 PM

TICKETS: $33.00 - $45.00

The Blake family have assembled for Thanksgiving dinner at the run-down Manhattan apartment of youngest daughter Brigid and her boyfriend Richard. Tragically, this middle-class clan seems to be spiralling toward perilous entropy.

Stephen Karam’s blisteringly funny, bruisingly sad and altogether wonderful comedy-drama is written with a fresh-feeling blend of documentary-like naturalism and theatrical daring.

TONY AWARD WINNER – BEST PLAY 2016


EURYDICE

14 NOVEMBER - 15 DECEMBER

Written by Sarah Ruhl
Directed by Claudia Barrie

TUE - SAT: 8:00 PM / SUN: 5:00 PM
MATINEES: SAT 8 & 15 DECEMBER, 
2:00 PM

TICKETS: $33.00 - $45.00


Sarah Ruhl re-imagines the classic myth of Orpheus through the eyes of its heroine. Dying too young on her wedding day, Eurydice must journey to the Underworld, where she reunites with her father and struggles to remember her lost love. With contemporary characters, ingenious plot twists, and breathtaking visual effects, the play is a fresh look at a timeless love story.

“RHAPSODICALLY BEAUTIFUL. A WEIRD AND WONDERFUL NEW PLAY – AN INEXPRESSIBLY MOVING THEATRICAL FABLE ABOUT LOVE, LOSS AND THE PLEASURES AND PAINS OF MEMORY.”
 – THE NEW YORK TIMES