2018-2018 | Arts Theatre Directed by Richard Fitch
This year’s musical, Ruthless!, is a zany parody of some of the most well-known movie melodramas of the 1950s. With references to such films as All About Eveand The Bad Seed flying as fast as the jokes, Ruthless! tells the story of an ambitious child who will stop at nothing to star in her third grade play.Read more
2017-2017 | Arts Theatre Directed by Benji Sperring
Toxie is a seven-foot mutant freak with superhuman strength and a supersized heart to match. He’s out to save New Jersey, end global warming, win the heart of the prettiest (blindest) librarian in town and get home in time for dinner in this toxic love story with an environmental twist.Read more
2017-2017 | Arts Theatre Directed by Donnacadh O’Briain
‘No, Alice, I don’t want to become a man, I just want to stop trying to be a woman.’
Alice wants to come out as a lesbian. Her girlfriend wants to start living as a man.
It's New Year in Rotterdam, and Alice has finally plucked up the courage to email her parents and tell them she's gay. But before she can hit send, her girlfriend reveals that he has always identified as a man and now wants to start living as one.
Now Alice must face a question she never thought she'd ask... does this mean she's straight?
2017-2017 | Arts Theatre Directed by David Weinberg
Working from Chekhov’s original text The Company’s production brings new life and contemporary relevance to this masterpiece. It is a journey of humanity, enlightenment and pain of love on the eve of the Russian revolution.
Chekhov’s Prozorov family's relationships, aspirations and stirring conflicts starkly contrast with the ascetic stage setting, highlighting the characters dissatisfaction with life away from their beloved Moscow.Read more
2017-2017 | Arts Theatre Directed by Ray Rackham
Since her first tentative steps on the stage as a young girl, Judy has become an enduring icon to millions of fans of all generations around the world.
Using three ages of Judy, he shows that her life was more than heartbreak and self-destruction. The stories of Young Judy (an innocent girl filled with hope and excitement as she heads toward her life-changing performance in The Wizard of Oz), Palace Theatre Judy (a woman at the height of her performing powers in the midst of a passionate romance with Sidney Luft) and CBS Judy (an older and possibly wiser woman) demonstrate that no matter how hard we look for love in all the wrong places, the answer is ultimately inside ourselves.Read more
2017-2017 | Arts Theatre Directed by Pia Furtado
Two hopeful hapless romantics get drunk, get it on and then get the hell away from each other.
In her eyes he’s a mistake. A mistake who keeps turning up at parties.
In his eyes, she’s perfect. He’s short-sighted.
Dirty Great Love Story is a Fringe First Award-winning achingly funny romantic catastrophe of good intentions and bad timing that asks, can a one-night stand last a lifetime?Read more
2016-2016 | Arts Theatre Directed by Claudio Macor
Copenhagen 1940. With the Nazi occupation of Denmark, life did not change much. Zack and Nikolai enjoy their glamorous, hedonistic life and the paradise of cabaret. Their world is shattered when Doctor Carl Peter Værnet discovers what he believed to be “the cure for homosexuality”. He’s applauded by the Nazi regime and encouraged with his experiments.
This important New Play exposes a heart-breaking love story amidst the brutal and savage TRUE STORY of an obsessed Nazi war criminal.Read more
2016-2016 | Arts Theatre Directed by Max Stafford-Clark
Funny, angry, and playful, A View from Islington North is smart entertainment for the head and heart.
Imaginative, provocative and downright hilarious: for this evening of political satire, acclaimed director Max Stafford-Clark teams up with some of our most celebrated playwrights.
Alistair Beaton and Stella Feehily make merry with the machinations behind the closed doors of our major political parties. David Hare attacks the cult of the free market, through a visitation from its chief priestess. Mark Ravenhill eyes the cost of our military adventures as a soldier’s mother does all she can to avoid hearing the news she dreads. And Caryl Churchill imagines a world where even language is sponsored.
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