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Judy is a picture-perfect '50s housewife. She spends her days making the perfect devilled eggs, mixing the perfect Screwdrivers and being the perfect homemaker to her husband Johnny. They're totally happy with their pastel-hued life. The only problem is, its not the 1950s, its now, and Judy and Johnny's dream world is starting to come apart at the perfectly sewed seams. Home, I'm Darling is playing in Sydney until May 15.


The Melbourne Theatre Company are back with an Australian premiere production, where Dan Spielman and Izabella Yena embody Hannah Moscovitch's whipsmart #MeToo-era take on the archetypal student-teacher romance. See Sexual Misconduct of the Middle Classes at The Sumner in Melbourne until April 1.


One wild and windy night the Gruffalo's Child ignores her father's warnings about the Big Bad Mouse and tiptoes out into the deep, dark wood. After all, the Big Bad Mouse doesn't really exist... does he? Take the kids to experience all the fun of The Gruffalo's Child, currently touring around Australia.


Ready for a swashbuckling adventure of magic, pirates, fairies and other fantastical creatures? Get along to see Peter Pan at the Limelight Theatre from 26 November to 23 December.


Watch this exciting preview from Bell Shakespeare for their 2021 shows. From the complexities of love and grief in Hamlet, to joy and laughter in A Midsummer Night's Dream, to a personal and lyrical exploration of Shakespeare in One Man In His Time, 2021 has something for everyone.


Catch all the fun of Wolfgang's Magical Musical Circus by Circa, touring around Perth, Canberra and Victoria over the coming months. Straight from the score and onto the stage, the man known as Mozart appears amid a storm of powder, tumbling and twirling, as musical mayhem and movement fuse in this family show with a circus twist.


Not About Nightingales has landed and the verdict is in. Check out what the audience had to say about this Tennessee William's play based on the true story of a prison scandal that shocked the US in the mid-1930s.


The smash hit adaptation of Room on the Broom returns to Australia for 2020. They are touring in Brisbane, Canberra and Perth between September and October 2020. Treat the kids to some live theatre! [Note: this promo features the 2016 Australian cast]


While many theatres are currently closed around Australia, there's still hope that some great shows will happen in the coming months. One performance to look forward to is The Wharf Revue's final show, performing in Canberra and Sydney from September to November.


With theatre starting back up around the country, a great show to take the kids is The 91-Storey Treehouse coming to the State Theatre Centre of WA from 6th to 11 October.


While many theatres are currently closed around Australia, there's still hope that some great shows will happen in the coming months. One performance to look forward to is Animal Farm by Shake & Stir Theatre Co, at The Playhouse in August.


While theatres are currently closed around Australia, there's still hope that shows might resume in the coming months. One performance to look forward to is SandSong by Bangarra Dance Theatre, at The Canberra Theatre in July.


Although theatres are closed for the time being, some shows are still scheduled for later this year. One of them is Shakespeare's As You Like It by the Melbourne Theatre Company, which will hopefully starting playing in September at the Southbank Theatre in Melbourne. Bert LaBonte speaks about his role in the upcoming show.


Benjamin Law makes his playwriting debut with Torch the Place, a poignant modern comedy about finding clarity in the clutter of life starring Max Brown (Glitch), Fiona Choi (The Family Law), Michelle Lim Davidson (An Ideal Husband), Diana Lin (The Farewell) and Charles Wu (Mosquitoes). Catch it in Melbourne until 21st March.



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