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  • The Wolves

    SydneyTheatre | March 14 - April 14, 2018

    Red Line Productions and Barwon present


    14 MARCH - 14 APRIL 2018

    Written by SARAH DE LAPPE
    Directed by JESSICA ARTHUR
    TUE - SAT: 8:00 PM / SUN: 5:00 PM
    MATINEES: SAT 7 & 14 APRIL, 2:00 PM

    TICKETS: $33.00 - $45.00

    Left quad. Right quad. Lunge. A female indoor soccer team warms up. From the safety of their suburban stretch circle, the team navigates big questions and wages tiny battles with all the vim and vigour of a pack of adolescent warriors. A portrait of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for nine girls who just want to score some goals.




    Brenna Harding
    Emma Harvie
    Sarah Meacham
    Sofia Nolan
    Michelle Ny
    Cece Peters
    Zoe Terakes
    Nikita Waldron
    Nadia Zwecker

    Playwright: Sarah DeLappe
    Produced by Red Line Productions and Barwon
    Director: Jessica Arthur
    Set and Costume Design: Maya Keys
    Lighting Design: Veronique Benett
    Sound Design: Clemence Williams
    Stage Management: Genevieve Muratore
    Photography: John Marmaras for Marmaras Shoots
    Casting Director: Daisy Hicks

  • Henry V

    CardrossTheatre | March 16 - 24, 2018

    At the end of the world, a time of destruction and hopelessness, Henry Plantagenet, under the ghostly shadow of his royal lineage strikes out to take the newly fortified French empire, formed from the stronghold of surviving provinces, under the rule of an autocratic queen. With a small misfit army, against all odds he wins the day at Agincourt and petitions the French crown to forge the two countries in a powerful alliance of strength.

    Red Cliffs Players at their best take to the stage for this brilliant post-apocalyptic retelling of Shakespeare's classic tale using his original language. We are encouraging our audiences to become Henry's strength and come dressed in the style of a dystopian future and really set the mood for this all encompassing theatre experience.

    Drinks and snacks will be available at bar prices.

  • Flight Paths

    ParramattaTheatre | March 16 - 24, 2018

    Have you ever wondered about the real cost of being charitable? Join us in this eye-opening and seductively shocking comedy on consumerism and our lives as middle class Australians.

    · A world premiere from Sydney’s dynamic new theatre company

    · Must-see surprising, contemporary and entertaining theatre

    · A brilliant creative team

    · A fresh and talented cast

    · Strictly limited season

    Politics, charity and good intentions are always messy and complicated. Two twenty-somethings head overseas with the objective to change the world for the better, but can they? Emily heads to the world’s largest slums in Kenya as a volunteer for a charitable NGO, Luisa to Oxford University in the UK, both full of passion, hope and enthusiasm. They soon realise that reality isn’t always what you signed up for.

    Flight Paths is a world premiere play written by Sydney playwright Julian Larnach and directed by Anthea Williams, winner of the 2017 Sydney Theatre Awards for best direction (Hir, Belvoir).

  • Wom*n's Revue: Sealed Section

    SydneyTheatre | March 22 - 24, 2018

    Tear open that sealed section. We promise we won’t tell your mum.

    This March, we’ve revealed your darkest desires; your quirkiest queries; and your silliest secrets. From the 21st - 24th, UTS will present Wom*n’s Revue: Sealed Section!

    Tickets prices are: $25.00 for Adults, $20.00 for Concession, and $15.00 for UTS Revue Society members. Performances will begin at 7.30pm sharp. Please note, this Revue is PC, but not PG. We recommend ages 13+.

    Don’t miss this night of variety comedy from some hella hilarious womn. We can’t wait to see you there.

  • The Devil's Caress

    ManlyTheatre | March 23 - April 14, 2018

    Australia’s very own Agatha Christie is coming to Sydney!

    Celebrating the life and works of Melbourne crime writer June Wright, this classic 1950’s murder mystery comes to stage for the first time. Waves crash and winds howl as the prerequisite number of interesting persons gather at the isolated clifftop home of two esteemed doctors, Dr Katherine Waring and her surgeon husband Kingsley...
    – ‘as odd a collection of medicos as ever snatched an appendix’ The Argus, 1952
    It’s all very Agatha Christie-esque – apart from taking place on a ‘fictional’ peninsula in Victoria – hmmm, wonder where that could be…

    Interwoven with the strange nocturnal goings-on at the Warings' is the story of June Wright herself: her dealings with the press, her busy family life caring for six children and her personal tragedies.
    ‘Wright was the first Australian crime writer to take seriously the idea that a woman can play a major role in detecting crime’ - Professor Stephen Knight, University of Melbourne, 2014.
    THE DEVIL’S CARESS: A fascinating fusion of the life and times of a talented writer with her most ambitious novel.

    based on the novel by June Wright
    directed by Roz Riley
    written by Wendy Lewis

    Star Of The Sea Theatre Manly
    (Cnr Collingwood St & Illuka Ave)
    Friday 23 March 2018 to Saturday 14 April 2018
    Friday/Saturday nights at 7.30pm; Sunday matinees at 2pm
    No performances over Easter weekend

    Factory Space Theatre is an independent company of professional actors

  • The Carousel

    Kings CrossTheatre | March 30 - 31, 2018

    THE CAROUSEL by Pippa Ellams
    MARCH 30 & 31, KIngs Cross Theatre

    Pip and Han Inc. in association with bAKEHOUSE Theatre Company present The Carousel. Fresh off the back of a successful run with MerrigongX, this strictly limited season of The Carousel will close the Step Up Festival at the Kings Cross Theatre this March.

    Christa and Jamie are sisters. Together they are embarking upon the treacherous transition between girlhood and womanhood. As girls they learn about the horrors of life, and as young women they inevitably start to live them. Christa wants Jamie to start living, Jamie refuses to leave the house.

    A deadline. A pet spider. A bucket list budget.

    The Carousel is a new Australian play that explores the limits of unconditional love between sisters. Written by emerging playwright Pippa Ellams and directed by Hannah Goodwin, The Carousel was shortlisted for the Rodney Seaborne Playwrights Award in 2015 and was developed through ArtsLab, Shopfront Arts Co-op’s residency program. This staging of The Carousel was produced with the assistance of MerrigongX.

    Recommended for ages 15+. Contains strong language and adult themes.
    “There is confidence at work here… with dialogue crackling with truth and insight. The actors are so good you’d think they were playing themselves, navigating the tonal and emotional shifts at a hundred miles an hour, taking each one of us along for the ride. I’m floored.” - TIME OUT
    Written by Pippa Ellams
    Directed by Hannah Goodwin
    Lighting Design by Emma Lockhart-Wilson
    Sound Design by Tom Hogan
    Production Manager Solomon Thomas
    Performed by Tasha O'Brien and Alex Francis

  • It's Not Funny

    MelbourneTheatre | April 9 - 22, 2018

    Few things bring us together like death does. In her debut solo show, improviser and comedian Fiannah de Rue (The Improv Conspiracy) invites you to shift uncomfortably in your seat as she talks you through the time her dad died. Don’t laugh, It’s Not Funny.

    A whirlwind of sketches and storytelling where you will meet family, friends and miscellaneous locals. Death affects all of us, yet we tip-toe around it, suppressing unexpected giggles and never knowing the right thing to say. Fiannah welcomes you in to her unique view of the world (that has been likened to that of a stoned thirteen year old boy) and invites you to giggle along with her at those funny little pearls you find in the dark gloomy oyster of death. Sometimes, it is funny, and it’s okay to laugh.

    Fiannah de Rue is a regular performer at The Improv Conspiracy Theatre and was widely praised for her stand-out performance in the 2017 Melbourne Fringe Festival with sketch comedy troupe Bess County. In her debut solo show, de Rue promises to deliver more eccentric and delightful characters as well as hilarious and heartfelt true stories.
    Directed by Hayley Tantau (Cindy Salmon, Foxtel’s The Slot), It’s Not Funny runs from April 9th - 22nd. Bookings recommended.


    ChippendaleTheatre | March 21 - 24, 2018

  • The Epic
    The Epic

    WollongongTheatre | March 21 - 24, 2018