dfp_header_hidden_string

Hope Theatre

A woman is lying on a meagre camp bed in a small space marked out in white lines, wearing an orange prison uniform. One...

First performed in 1951 – and in permanent repertory at the Theatre de la Huchette in Paris ever since – Eugene Ionesco’s The Lesson...

Brendan Cowell and Lally Katz’s romcom double-bill sold out its Australian run twice over in 2015. Despite the best efforts of the production it’s...

The Sydney-born actor and writer made his name in London by following his performance in Yerma with an equally acclaimed turn as the polymath....

Quietly horrifying and laced with bitterly black comedy, Fat Jewels is a moody, miserable study of psychosexual abuse. Set in one room of a...

In Tim Cook’s hour-long play Adam and Eve, the biblical progenitors take the form of a smug middle-class couple (played by Lee Knight and...

Channelling PG Wodehouse and Boy's Own adventures, Cream Tea and Incest is an eccentric farrago that, like its off-colour title, proves an acquired taste. Writer...

It’s a very particular kind of a teenage emotion that powers Stephanie Silver’s new play Our Big Love Story. The type of feverish intensity...

William Shakespeare wrote several so-called ‘problem plays’, a series of works not easily categorised as comedy or tragedy. Robin Hooper’s Foul Pages, a fictionalising of...
^