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Wicked Sisters

The Griffin Theatre Company has launched its closing act for the year, the revenge tragic-comedy Wicked Sisters. A story about artificial intelligence, the future, unforgiving competition, and the issues women face in their 50s, Alma De Groen’s Wicked Sisters is a brilliantly written piece that rings as true as it did when it was first […]

REVIEW: Sorting Out Rachel

With his 53rd (or is it his 54th or 55th)) play, David Williamson once again explores the flaws  and foibles of his Australian characters through a family that is threatened by a dark secret from the past. That secret is revealed in the first scene where Bruce, played by the well-known John Howard, meets his […]

Ensemble Theatre’s 2018 Season and 60th Anniversary

The Ensemble’s 2018 season includes four world premieres from Australian writers, an adaption of an award-winning French play, four comedy classics from master playwrights and two gripping international dramas. Artistic Director Mark Kilmurry is directing five of the plays, while the other five are directed by guests John Bell, Mitchell Butel, Susanna Dowling, Nadia Tass […]