Six generations of family devotion, two years in a missionary position, a traditional heterosexual marriage that produced two children, and a set of teeth ivory … Read more
From the stage to the screen, and back to the stage HIT Productions presents a national-tour of well-loved Australian play The Sapphires.
Set in … Read more
World-renowned tango dancers Diana Cruz and Nick Jones are also musicians, dance instructors, choreographers and producers. Jones is the director and bandoneón player and Cruz … Read more
Darlinghurst Theatre Company Creative Producer, Amy Harris, has curated the company’s first Queer Comedy Festival, titled Comedy Kiki, for Mardi Gras!
According to the … Read more
If this play is written in the same humorous vein as Black Comedy, the sketch comedy program that screened on ABC television, they’ll be … Read more
It’s one of the highlight events of Mardi Gras Central at the Seymour Centre, and deservedly so. Jen Silverman’s hilarious gothic farce, a cryptic homage … Read more
Shaun Parker’s exciting new dance work, King, is a physical symposium on the subjects of patriarchy, masculine identity, societal construct, and male sexuality, all … Read more
After waking up one morning with the realisation she needed to form an all-female tap group, renowned Australian dancer and choreographer Sally Dashwood started forming … Read more
Initially slated for a three week engagement at Sydney’s Tilbury Hotel 25 years ago, this tribute show which was devised by and stars John Waters … Read more
Independent Theatre has never been so bizarre yet strangely enjoyable, as audiences must utilise their intellect to extract the underlying themes and messages, hidden under … Read more