In the style of Alan Ayckbourn, Sam Holcroft’s Rules for Living for Red Stitch portrays middle-class disarray at its most engaging.
MTC's The Distance is an enjoyably unpredictable comedy-drama.
Malthouse's new artistic director Matthew Lutton again embraces his dark side, bringing Picnic at Hanging Rock to the stage.
Ladies in Black, as Aussie as SeaChange or Prisoner, is one of the finer recent attempts at the elusive form of the musical.
Holding the Man star Ryan Corr is following his success on the big screen with a turn on the stage.
MTC’s production of the supernaturally tinged Irish pub drama The Weir is a slow-burning pleasure.
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