Playing at the Old Fitz Theatre this June is Alice Birch’s Anatomy Of A Suicide, marking its Australian debut in Sydney’s iconic intimate performance … Read more
The Irish are a very passionate people. They can be quirky, poetic, romantic – and they can be horrendously, blindly violent. David Ireland’s play about … Read more
From the field to the theatre, Red Line Productions’ Fierce brings the world of AFL to the stage at the Old Fitz Theatre.
Written by … Read more
Degenerate Art was the name of the infamous exhibition mounted in Nazi Germany in 1937 that displayed the priceless treasures looted by the Nazis and … Read more
Wolves, a 2016 play and 2017 Pulitzer finalist by Sara DeLappe, being performed at the Old Fitz Theatre in Sydney until April 14, is … Read more
By Jade Morellini
For centuries, theatre has been driving a rich culture of storytelling among communities, expressing the voices of many and uniting them as … Read more
It’s a short black comedy, 35 minutes of experimental, psychological fun, a type of Gestalt therapy; pure craziness with a twist of devotion and cruelty.… Read more
The Telescope is a feel good play that will keep you smiling from start to finish.
Literally, the play begins with a man on stage … Read more
Set in Baghdad in 2003 in the aftermath of the invasion, this is one of the earliest written plays depicting the chaos of the time. … Read more
The hilarity starts immediately with the Christmas pantomime created especially for all-time favourite venue, the Old Fitz, an onslaught of tacky tinsel curtain and theatrical … Read more