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Upcoming Shows


Lifestyle of the Richard and Family
May
9
to May 12

Lifestyle of the Richard and Family

  • The Stables, Meat Market (map)
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Dinner party drama turns tech-rave apocalypse.

David Jones values a full-time job and a gym membership, and is having an a air with Clare Martin. Maree prefers to do her shopping online and has a drinking problem. Jimmy has just returned from the other side. Sarah is a mute teen goth who likes welding. This performance will start in a living room and end in the deepest reaches of the black hole that is the internet. #yolo

This poetically absurd modern drama takes our most familiar truths and our most popular aspirations to a level of strangeness beyond comprehension – a point of no return. Gillies leads a team of stellar performers through an algorithm to understand the increasing role predictive technologies play in our day-to-day lives.

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Greater Sunrise
Apr
5
to Apr 21

Greater Sunrise

“How do you decide? What you’re willing to do?”

Dili, East Timor. A post-occupation playground where government and commercial interests collide.

Enter Joana: an Australian aid worker who has just arrived in the 21st century’s newest nation. There’s dinner parties to host, village ceremonies to plan and a Nobel laureate to meet. As the arrival of Australia’s Foreign Minister looms, Joana must decide where her allegiances lie. It’s a decision that will take her all the way to The Hague.

Greater Sunrise takes us behind the closed doors of the biggest government scandal you’ve never heard of; a visiting Foreign Minister, Australia’s aid program, and billions of dollars hidden beneath the sea.

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Moth
Sep
6
to Sep 16

Moth

  • Australian Theatre for Young People (map)
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Fantasy and reality intermingle with dangerous consequences in this gripping play about friendship, adolescence, mental illness and loss. Written with a dark wit that is ultimately after your heart, Rachel Chant directs this bold work from one of Australia's leading playwrights.

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