Wonder and the search for meaning—two things that make life beautiful, and maddening. Tim Winton’s That Eye, The Sky encapsulates this beautifully, and grounds it with small family tragedies in a wholly Australian setting. After father Sam is left incapacitated from a car crash, it is up to his family—Alice, Tegwyn, and the youngest Ort—to care for him and keep their unit together while battling their own hidden traumas.
Based on a 1970s children’s book, Masquerade is a mixture of puzzles, fantasy and horrible truths. It's two stories told at once. Part of 'Come Out',
The need to impress & obtain notoriety by whatever means is the theme to this humorous, slightly dark play, capturing the idiosyncrasies of today's youth perfectly,
Fugitive is an original retelling of Robin Hood, set in a dystopian future where leaderless knights harass the weak and an all-powerful sheriff controls all.
With themes covering our need for love, connectivity and community; plays consisting of classics, new Australian works and works daring to push the envelope; and a line up of local, interstate and even international talent, next year’s season promises to be quite exciting with a little something for everyone.
An extremely well thought out and executed production which preserves and yet improves upon Coward’s original play, in a way that most of us could not imagine.
Big Bad Wolf is a funny, charming and sweet show that champions friendship and tolerance. It is a play children will love and learn from.
Windmill continues its mission to create great theatre that engages children and family audiences with its latest home-grown production Big Bad Wolf in the July school holidays.
You will not leave the theatre unmoved by this excellent piece of work, so be sure to make a date soon with Hedda Gabler.
Ibsen’s enigmatic heroine is brought to life by one of Australia’s most exciting young actors, Alison Bell, in a new adaptation of Hedda Gabler by leading Australian playwright Joanna Murray-Smith.
The famous ‘memory play’, written by ‘Tennessee’ Williams, is getting another outing under the direction of Artistic Director, Adam Cook. Cook is going out on a triumphal high note with this production.
Anton Chekov's tragi-comedy is about three city bred girls, the Prozorof sisters, who find themselves trapped in a small provincial town. This is a powerful play that still has relevance today.
TAFE SA Adelaide College of the Arts (AC Arts) third year acting student Kate Cheel will take to the stage with the State Theatre Company from 5 ‐ 28 August, playing the role of Irina in Anton Chekhov’s Three Sisters. Still in her third year of the Advanced Diploma of Arts (Acting), Kate is part […]