Set in 1935 South Australia, Fefu and Her Friends explores the lives of a group of educated women trapped in a male dominated society through an unusual and unique theatre experience.
In his comedy/drama, 'Biography: A Game' Max Frisch questions our ability to change against our own habits, our desire for immediate gratification, and our fear of the unknown.
James Johnson’s play 'The Audition' asks the question “Just how far would an actor go to get the part?” But there is so much more to this psychological drama.
When an offhand remark about his girlfriend’s looks is met with a seemingly disproportionate response, we’re thrown into Neil LaBute’s pointed but comical obsession with vanity.
Should love be blind? Our obsession with physical beauty is confronted headlong in the perceptive and exhilarating comedy, Reasons To Be Pretty by Neil LaBute.
Antillia is an exploration of fear and its insidious power over reason when a young couple's lives are split apart thanks to an uninvited guest.
This is a timely and relevant piece of theatre that deserves wider audiences; a schools tour would seem to be an ideal avenue.