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Anne Brontë’s ‘The Tenant of Wildfell Hall’ Opens This Week

Emerging Australian playwright Emme Hoy will make her main stage debut at Sydney Theatre Company this week with her whip-smart, contemporary adaptation of Anne Brontë’s The Tenant of Wildfell Hall at the Roslyn Packer Theatre. Directed by STC’s Resident Director Jessica Arthur (Grand Horizons, Wonnangatta), The Tenant of Wildfell Hall follows the story of Helen Graham […]

Lethal Indifference

Sydney Theatre Company’s latest offering Lethal Indifference tackles the current and pressing issue of domestic violence. It’s a graphic, bleak, and confronting one woman show that is more than your typical monologue, more like a direct stream of consciousness that is part detective story, part intimate confession. Lethal Indifference takes a snapshot of the real […]

The Sugar Syndrome

Danni is seventeen and full of the rage that seems only possible for one so young. Online she meets Tim, who thinks that she is a young boy – and Tim likes young boys... So begins The Sugar Syndrome by Lucy Prebble, which opens The Kings Collective 2015 season. Prebble is a young writer with a big […]