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A gorgeous production from Watch This with a cracking cast, beautiful costumes and a sublime performance of the score.
The Very Popular Theatre company’s production of Beckett’s play is spirited and faithful.
Zen Zen Zo’s physical theatre interpretation of Shakespeare is compelling and immersive.
Despite a disappointing script, this musical shines with strong performances and show-stopping dance numbers.
Kate Mulvany’s adaptation is enjoyable and whimsical though it never fully confronts the story’s darker themes.
Zoey Dawson’s insightful satire exposes the hypocrisy of middle-class liberalism.
The inaugural production from Antipodes presents Dave Malloy’s exquisite and eclectic song cycle about life, death, ghosts and whiskey.
Jane Harrison’s play follows one Yorta Yorta family’s struggles against assimilation during the Menzies era.
An ambitious and logistically intricate work from the Hobart-based youth dance company.
A triptych of works by Kafka with dynamic physicality.
One Fell Swoop’s circus production serves up exhilarating acrobatics and delicious contrasts.
A big, gaudy, rambunctious musical that offers a mixed bag of treats.
The Danger Ensemble’s provocative reinterpretation of The Scarlet Letter is a forceful critique of patriarchy.
A moving piece of Australian theatre that examines the brutality of forced labour.
Murray-Smith’s new play examines some big moral questions with mixed results.
A conceptually thrilling courtroom tragedy that underdelivers on the human drama.
Omar Musa weaves words and rhythms into a seamless story of boyhood, defiance, and faith.
Intelligent, beautiful singing and playing from masters of their craft, Nicole Car, Étienne Dupuis and Jayson Gillham.
Belvoir’s fresh and captivating production transposes Brecht’s play to a contemporary setting that wrestles with climate change and our place in the universe.
Kate Mulvany and Anne-Louise Sarks’s reimagining of the Greek tragedy turns its eye to Medea’s young sons.
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