A moving and funny story about sisters and the secrets they keep
Andrew Bovell’s play follows the (mis) fortunes and emotional ties and tangles between members of the Price family living in Hallett Cove.
From the pen of renowned author Tim Firth, The Flint Street Nativity is a comic gem. Anyone who has attended school plays for the early years of their children’s education will be able to relate to the characters, played, of course, by adults.
The over arching theme of memory is used to highlight the conflict between the three sisters who are gathered for their mother’s funeral. No-one’s memory is the same, even to having doubts about whose memory is whose. These sisters are very different from each other and are dealing with their loss in a personal way.
Based on the 90’s British sitcom of the exact same title, Men Behaving Badly focuses on London-based flatmates Gary and Tony and their male misbehaviour and troublesome adventures, and their long-suffering partners Dorothy and Deborah.
There’s a lot more to this political thriller than a tale of two quibbling siblings. Hannie Rayson's play runs like a televised current affairs report, showing the underside of Australian politics.
'Two Brothers' may be the most politically controversial Australian play of the last 25 years. It created a media cyclone when it was first produced by the Melbourne Theatre Company.
Moore Books SA brings Adelaide audiences the rarely seen political and psychological thriller. 'Death and the Maiden', under the intelligent direction of Kristin Telfer.
Taut Psychological Thriller 'Death And The Maiden' To Hold Adelaide Audiences Captive
Arthur Miller’s tale about the Salem witch trials is a very strong piece of theatre. Instead of losing its relevance, it becomes more pertinent than ever.
Butterfly Theatre are about to present a short season of three Aussie plays in the Roulette season by Raimondo Cortese; Hotel; Fortune; and Night.
David Williamson's 'The Perfectionist' is not contemporary, but many of its ideas and topics still have echoes in the current world.
David Mamet’s famous comedy promises lust, lies and love and this compelling production totally delivers.
Revolving around the disappointments, dreams and tragedies of the Dockerty family, this story is a depressing reminder of the difficulties that faced, and still do face, communities with high unemployment and low levels of education.