Wittenberg, Germany. Home in its time to Dr John Faustus, philosopher of the brave new world, Martin Luther, theologian extraordinaire and Hamlet, Shakespeare’s Prince of Denmark.
But what if all three were there at the same time?
Aaaaaaah! Director Graeme Moore has unfortunately had to pull out of directing my one-act play, Son of the Revolution, for the National Playwrights Competition. At the time he left - yesterday - he hadn't cast the two-hander, so we're looking for a director and two actors. Can anyone help?
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Red Stitch presents the Australian premiere of Tom Wells’ hit new play The Kitchen Sink, a touching comedy about family life and pipe dreams.
For one family in the faded Yorkshire seaside resort of Withernsea, not all is going to plan.
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Nice Productions is proud to present "Reunion" at the Studio Theatre, Gasworks Arts Park as part of the 2012 Melbourne Fringe Festival. Reunion is a dark exploration of the commission housing culture and mental health.
The course of true love never did run smooth - especially when it is fickle teenage love