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Griffin Award Winner 2020

Tasmania's Dylan Van Den Berg has been awarded the prestigious Griffin Award for new Australian playwriting for his piece, Way Back When. The accolade sees Van Den Berg being awarded $10,000 after beating out 130 other plays in an anonymous judging process featuring a panel of artists to be placed into a top five shortlist. […]

The Hypochondriac

Inspired by Benny Hill and the old Carry On movies from 60s and 70s, The Hypochondriac is a mix of music hall, burlesque and vaudeville. It’s very high camp and full of smutty humour that’s completely politically incorrect. This world premiere Australian adaptation of Moliere’s 18th century French classic is more than just a translation; […]

The Red Tree

Shaun Tan’s evocative book, The Red Tree, is reimagined and brought to life in this new work at Riverside Theatre. At the helm are the creative triumvirate of director, Neil Gooding, New York based composer Greta Gertler and much loved playwright Hilary Bell. Adapting a book for the stage has its own challenges, though none […]

Wolf Lullaby

Renowned playwright, Hilary Bell, presents her latest production Wolf Lullaby. The play is interpreted by theatre director, Emma Louise, at the helm of her first full-length production, and performed by a small cast of four – Lucy Miller, Peter McAllum, David Woodland, and Maryellen George. Louise believes we all have different facets, some we hide […]