HELLO, GOODBYE & HAPPY BIRTHDAY
2014 Green Room Award winner
"Powerful, life-affirming stuff" - The Age
"…infused with a terrific sense of life rarely felt in a theatre" - Realtime
You are invited to a birthday bash like no other. Scripted from intimate real-life conversations with people aged 18 and 80+, Hello, Goodbye & Happy Birthday celebrates two very different perspectives on life. Eavesdrop on the candid thoughts, fears, hopes and loves of those struggling with where to begin and how to say goodbye.
I'm Your Man
“You will seldom see theatre as vivid and as warm as this”
- Sydney Morning Herald
★★★★★ "I’m surprised to find my own muscles tense with expectation” - Time Out Sydney
A sweaty, energy-fuelled study of masculinity, I’m Your Man is a compelling tale of courage and its cost. Using an innovative headphone-verbatim technique, the actors are able to channel the words of real-life boxing legends, transporting you into the boxer’s world of sweaty gyms and back-stage dressing rooms.
“A celebration of character and characters at once local and universal, Cutaway–A Portrait is without doubt one of the best theatre works made in Adelaide in 2012.”
- Katherine Gale, ArtsHub
A site-specific work made in response to the beautiful heritage-listed home of Vitalstatistix. A three-part audio adventure exploring the spirit of mischief and resistance that inhabits Port Adelaide’s historic Waterside Workers Hall.
STORIES OF LOVE & HATE
Named FBi Radio Top Theatre Show of 2008
“200 per cent free of judgement and full to the brim of joy”
- Pip Smith, FBi radio
“A sparkling essay on the shifting sands of community feeling.” - Sydney Morning Herald
Where matters of the heart are concerned, there’s always two sides to the story… Stories of Love & Hate traces the lives and loves of people directly affected by the 2005 Cronulla riots. Sidestepping the media hype and social outrage, this unique show is directly inspired by the passionate people who were there.
Fast cars & Tractor Engines
“consistently funny, moving and perceptive. See it.”
- Sun Herald
“an odd, exciting slice of cutting edge theatre”
- Daily Telegraph
“probably the best performance I’ve seen all year.”
- REALTIME #70
Ordinary people tell extraordinary stories about the fight of their lives as cultures collide, punches are dodged and youthful confessions of love are shared…