Kate Mulvany's adaptation places both queens centre stage, providing an excavation of their shared humanity and grave shortcomings.
We talk to the playwright as she prepares to make her mainstage debut in her own play.
The indomitable Miriam Margolyes shines as the real-life vagrant who lived in playwright Alan Bennett’s front yard for 15 years.
Geraldine Hakewill is heartbreaking as LV, with Caroline O’Connor in fine form as her bulldozer of a mother.
A rich portrait of a girls’ indoor soccer team that captures all the awkwardness, pain and joy of soon to be shed adolescence.
Composer Ian Munro discusses the new show based on the picture book, which has a classical score that references birds and a bunyip, and includes a children’s round.
AD Julia Zemiro has revealed a taste of what’s to come with six early release shows, including cabaret star Ute Lemper.
A seemingly humble two-hander from America takes on the world, teasing, prodding and ultimately assaulting audiences’ unease about race.
The Australian playwright has picked up yet another honour for her debut play The Almighty Sometimes.
A sovereign adaptation by William Zappa that shows us just how much war impoverishes the human spirit.
Jay James-Moody gives an astonishing performance in a strange, solo, vaudevillian musical.
A bold, stark staging that draws you into an intense, emotionally complex, gripping production.
A raw, confronting, but ultimately hopeful show that eloquently tackles the subject of Indigenous youth suicide.