Written as a vehicle for the founders of the venerable Belvoir Street Theatre, Seventeen sees a group of teenagers, hanging out in a park, on their last day of school. Except that these teens are played by middle-aged actors.
Girl Asleep, Windmill’s critically acclaimed coming-of-age theatre production that went on to be adapted into an internationally award-winning film, returns to the stage at the Adelaide Festival Centre this week.
Big Bad Wolf is not about the evil creature that you think you already know; he is simply just a misunderstood character!
A quirky coming-of-age tale about an awkward teen who enters a mystical dreamscape during her 15th birthday party where she learns to leave her childhood behind.
The long-awaited Australian release of the internationally lauded, coming-of-age comic drama Girl Asleep arrives on 8 Sept, with a series of advance Q&A events.
Six months since its world première at the 2015 Adelaide Film Festival, South Australian film Girl Asleep is storming the international cinema world.
Adelaide director Rosemary Myers’ debut feature film Girl Asleep has won prize position to open the prestigious Berlin Film Festival (Berlinale) in February.
Remember Windmill Theatre’s epic 2014 Trilogy, Girl Asleep? The unforgettable theatre production is now being brought to film.
The final play in Windmill Theatre's brilliant trilogy explores the story of those who feel invisible. It is a play for those who feel they never fit in.
The Windmill Theatre trilogy continues, this time flipping ideas of heroism and gender on their heads in the hilarious and colourful Girl Asleep.
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.
Award-winning Australian children’s theatre company Windmill Theatre will present three major works as part of the Adelaide Festival which explode defining adolescent moments.
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.
Celebrating its 10th birthday year, Windmill’s 2012 season includes two brand new world premiere productions, both directed by Artistic Director, Rosemary Myers.
This a more than a children's production, it is an important, powerful, significant and magical piece of theatre that everybody should see. Make sure that you are one of them.
Brink’s world premiere of Sydney writer, Matthew Whittet’s, latest play got off to a fine start, with director, Chris Drummond’s, usual firm hand, clear vision and attention to detail in evidence.
This reworking and modernisation of the Robin Hood myth is heavily blended with elements of the Star Wars saga. This is another fine piece of work from Windmill, this time for the older section of their audience.