A compelling story of struggle is enhanced by highly creative staging, sound effects and lighting.
Stick five strangers together in a room for a week and see what comes out
Last year I saw the quintessentially Australian comedy film The Merger. Now I’ve be able
Barbara and the Camp Dogs pulls no punches. This is independent theatre with attitude. The
Racism and lust are on the menu in the Malthouse Theatre’s production of Underground Railroad
Trustees is an obscure work that’s bound to polarise audiences. It’s also bold, audacious and
Blasted is a remarkably insightful and deeply traumatising work from British playwright Sarah Kane, first
You might have seen Lars Von Trier’s film Melancholia. This world premiere stage production is
Good Muslim Boy is a tale of procrastination, bureaucratic somnambulance and frustration, but it’s brilliantly
Indigenous Australia’s fight for justice and equality is given superhero treatment in Blackie Blackie Brown.