Fool for Love, Patina Productions
Since Ali Died, Griffin Theatre Company
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, John Frost, Craig Donnell, Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures, Langley Park Productions and Neal Street Productions
Counting and Cracking, Belvoir and CoCurious
In the Heights, Sydney Opera House and The Arthouse Wyong Presents, produced by Blue Saint Productions in association with Neil Gooding
Nosferatu, Montague Basement
Trainspotting, Garden Studio
Love and Anger, Griffin Theatre Company
Are you listening Now? Fixed Foot Productions


Dorian Gray Naked, Popinjay Productions
Intersection 2019: Arrival, ATYP
The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, Darlinghurst Theatre Company
My Night with Reg, New Theatre
Legally Blonde Jr, Jopuka Productions
The Wolves, Belvoir and Red Line Productions
The Female of the Species, Lane Cove Theatre Company
Metamorphosis, Clock and Spiel Productions
Tuesday, Acorn Productions
The Moors, Siren Theatre Company
The Bed Party, Old 505 Theatre
A Room with a View, Genesian Theatre Company
Angels in America, Apocalypse Theatre Company, Red Line Productions





Fully Committed

Everything I know I learnt from Madonna

Unsex Me

Privates on Parade

The Dead Ones

A Boy and a Bean

Bite Me


Short and Sweet

Legend: Slips Cordon, A Safe Pair of Hands

Hotel Sorrento




The Venetian Twins – An Australian take on an Italian Classic. (Theatre review)
Into the Mirror – Shelly Wall makes us look deeper into what appears to be there. (Theatre Review)
Great Expectations (theatre review) – Bakehouse lives up to the perils of ambition
Savage in Limbo – John Patrick Shanley and Workhorse Theatre company ask should I stay or should I go?
The Knowledge – Pantsguys and John Donnelly reveal a tougher side of life.
Pearls Before Swine – An Evening with Orson Welles. (Sydney Fringe Festival)
Dogs Barking – Pantsguys do Richard Zajdlic and bring in-yer-face to Fringe. (Sydney Fringe Festival)
Here Lies Henry: Jason Langley and Matthew Hyde do Daniel MacIvor (Sydney Fringe Festival)
Room – Peter Malicki locks us all up and asks the hard questions. (Sydney Fringe Festival)
The Day the Galaxy Inevitably Exploded and Died – Ildiko Susany explores what’s left when nothings left.(Sydney Fringe Festival)
Jack Killed Jack – Thomas De Angelis writes for his contemporaries (Sydney Fringe Festival)
Romeo and Juliet – Stephen Wallace brings something old to brilliant life. (Theatre Review)
The Merchant of Venice – Steven Hopley and Shakespearean word games. (Theatre review)
Friday – Daniela Giorgi and the tragic giggle that is politics in a democracy. (theatre review)
Equus – Peter Shaffer 40 years on. (theatre review – Sydney Fringe Festival)
The Light Box – Natalia Savvides and James Dalton balance us on the thin line between the real and the unreal. (theatre review)
Dangerous Corner – Peter Lavelle brings JB Priestly into the future. (Theatre Review)
Top Girls – Alice Livingstone and Caryl Churchill and the real dilemma facing modern women. (Theatre review)
The Twelfth Dawn – Time, Pain and insomnia from the 505 Theatre founders. (Theatre Review)
Haus – Dimitri Armatas and the tragedy of cultural identity. (Theatre Review)
Rocket Man – Paul Gilchrist, Subtlenuance and the enormity of our stories. (Theatre Review)
Shopping and Fucking – Mark Ravenhill is facelifted by Alan Chambers. (Theatre Review)
No Exit – Celine Oudin and John Paul Sartre and the problem of the gaze. (theatre review)
Helter Skelter – Jonathan Wald and the tragedies of Neil LaBute. (Theatre review)
Body Language – Luke Holmes and the problems of connection. (Theatre Review)
Enron – Louise Fischer and the tragedy of the smartest guys in the room. (Theatre review)
The Removalists – Leland Kean asks us to examine how much has changed. (Theatre Review)
Richard the 3rd (or almost) – Timothy Daly brought to life by Markus Weber and the King Street Theatre. (theatre review)
A Butcher of Distinction – James Dalton directs Rob Hayes’ question of violence ‘out there’ or ‘in here’. (Theatre Review)
The Ham Funeral – Phillip Rouse gives a new spin on Patrick White. (Theatre Review)
The Political Hearts of Children – Subtlenuance and the complex relationship with the child we were. (theatre review)
Trapped in Mykonos – Gravas Productions start with a Greek bang. (theatre review)
The Credeaux Canvas – Sure Foot Productions does Keith Bunin. (theatre review)
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof – Simon Stone takes the South out of Tennessee Williams. (theatre review)
Milk Milk Lemonade – Josh Conkel and the complex adult world of children. (theatre review)