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A huge thanks to everyone who joined our 2017 season launch celebrations on Monday night. We had an incredible evening at the Prahran Hotel and were thrilled to announce our Season 2017! After months of reading and much debating, we bring you 4 of the hottest new scripts from overseas, one “mystery play” (to keep you guessing) and 3 remarkable plays from local writers (including two developed through our INK writing program).

We chose these plays because they explore the BIG things: how we speak to those we love, the prejudices we hold, the lies we buy into – and the lives we make for ourselves. And that’s what moves us to make theatre, that’s what we’re about. So let’s keep making and saying yes to big, little theatre. Theatre is a collective experience and we couldn’t do it without you, so thank you for being part of our community and the work we make.

We can’t wait to share our 2017 season with you, make sure you subscribe now to secure the best seats (at the most affordable prices).

See you at the theatre…

The Red Stitch Ensemble

Special thanks to Prahran Hotel for providing delicious canapes and their stunning venue.

A good time was had by all!

Photos courtesy of Teresa Noble.


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Red Stitch actors on the big screen

“The Menkoff Method” movie opens in cinemas on December 1 2016.

Introverted bank worker and aspiring manga artist, David Cork, joins forces with corporate gun Ruby Jackson to defeat the evil HR guru – Max Menkoff!

Starring Red Stitch ensemble members: David Whitely, Olga Makeeva and Brett Cousins, alongside Noah Taylor, Catherine McClements, Lachlan Woods, Jessica Clarke and Peabody the dog.

Please go see the film in the opening weekend to ensure our actors become movie stars! Showing at Palace Kino, Palace Como, Palace Brighton Bay.

Directed by David Parker (Lighting Designer for Uncle Vanya)

For your chance to win a 2-for-1 pass to see The Menkoff Method:
email with the subject line: “Menkoff Movie Stars”
including your name and postal address by Friday, Dec 9th.

A warm welcome to our new Ensemble members…

Joe Petruzzi (Jurassica, The Village Bike)

Caroline Lee (The Wet House, Jurassica)

Image: Earl Carter

The Way Things Work

Written & Directed by Aidan Fennessy

31 January – 5 March
Victorian Premiere

Democracy dies behind closed doors…


Rules for Living

By Sam Holcroft
Directed by Kim Farrant

14 March – 16 April
Australian Premiere, in association with the Melbourne International Comedy Festival

A family that plays together sleighs together…


The Realistic Joneses

By Will Eno
Directed by Julian Meyrick

25 April – 28 May
Australian Premiere

Better the neighbour you know?


The Moors

By Jen Silverman
Directed by Stephen Nicolazzo

6 June – 9 July
Australian Premiere

Bring an adventurous date. It’s a bit kinky.



By Nick Payne
Directed by Brett Cousins & Ella Caldwell

18 July – 13 August
Victorian Premiere

Love, Einstein and the infinite possibilities.


The Way Out

By Josephine Collins
Directed by Penny Harpham

22 August – 24 September
World Premiere

Calling last drinks…


Desert, 6:29pm

By Morgan Rose
Directed by Bridget Balodis

14 November – 14 December
World Premiere

Fantasies, secrets and the kitchen sink.


PLAYlist 2017

10 Writers, 10 Songs, ensemble and guests over two nights only!

Friday 15 & Saturday 16 December
Annual fundraiser: Not to be missed

Latest eNews: “Unanimously stellar” UNCLE VANYA now playing

Uncle Vanya is directed by AFI multi-award winner Nadia Tass (Malcolm, Amy, The Big Steal, Matching Jack) and features “stellar” performances by Rosie Lockhart, Olga Makeeva, Ben Prendergast, Eva Seymour, David Whiteley, Justin Hosking, Kristof Kaczmarek & Marta Kaczmarek.

The cast is unanimously stellara rare combo: a superbly skilled performance that is technically accomplished, emotionally alert, intellectually and historically informed while also relevant to the now.” 
– ★★★★ 1/2  The Music

“Very funny…whimsy and farce tinged with cynicism.”  – Herald Sun

Tass and her cast get so much right…Ben Prendergast is delightful…
Eva Seymour is as perfect a Sonya as you could hope to find: passionately resigned, sad-eyed, downtrodden but indestructible.

The Australian

“David Whiteley is impressive…his performance is very fine,
in a quietly haunting way.”  –
Australian Book Review

Marta Kaczmarek comes close to stealing every scene she is in…Rosie Lockhart brings a whole palette of hauteur, malice, self-doubt and humility…a pleasure to watch.”  – The Age

Playing until December 17th.
Tickets are selling fast, so book your tickets now!

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When | Monday, 28 Nov 6.30pm

Where |  Prahran Hotel  82 High St, Windsor

RSVP by Wednesday 23 Nov to

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Summer Yum Yums


Our friends over at Susie Wong have launched a salacious summer menu plus a special YUM CHA menu on Saturday and Sunday from 12pm – 3pm!

Pre – show dining? Sorted.
Dumplings and Uncle Vanya…a match made in Sino-Russian heaven.

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Read the full eNews here

Latest eNews: UNCLE VANYA opening week


UNCLE VANYA has it’s first preview tomorrow and the whole building is alive with anticipation. It feels special in here, even our tiny backstage area is abuzz with energy from our (larger than normal) cast.

We rarely do classics at Red Stitch, instead opting for contemporary writing from Australia and overseas. So this new but loyal version by Annie Baker, one of our favourite international playwrights, is an exception to the rule. As a company we have a close relationship with Baker’s work, having previously introduced Australian audiences to her writing (The Aliens and The Flick). Nadia Tass directed our previous two Baker productions, so we’re thrilled to have her back at the helm.

Our resident, red-headed Russian, Olga Makeeva, (originally hailing from Moscow), has advocated for a Red Stitch production of Chekhov for years. Olga is joined by former Artistic Director and original ensemble member David Whiteley alongside 2016 graduate Eva Seymour, our youngest member. Its a delight to see this span of the company working together onstage. Rosie Lockhart and Ben Prendergast return after some time off, and we are thrilled to welcome brilliant guest actors Marta Kaczmarek, Kristof Kaczmarek and Justin Hosking rounding off the cast of this timeless, sad comedy.

I can’t wait to share a very special night at the theatre with you.

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Ella Caldwell
Artistic Director
Red Stitch

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Uncle Vanya

By Anton Chekhov
A new version by Annie Baker
Directed by Nadia Tass

Australian Premiere

With Rosie Lockhart, Olga Makeeva, Ben Prendergast, Eva Seymour, David Whiteley, Justin Hosking, Kristof Kaczmarek & Marta Kaczmarek

15 November – 17 December
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Set & Costume Sophie Woodward
Lighting  David Parker
Assistant Lighting Clare Springett
Composition & sound Daniel Nixon
Production Manager Sara Grayson
Stage Manager  Hannah Bullen
Assistant Stage Manager Arthur Giamalidis

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UNCLE VANYA in rehearsal

It’s been a busy few weeks with UNCLE VANYA rehearsals in full swing, SUNSHINE packing out houses and finalising our 2017 Season. Next year is looking full of remarkable, riveting new plays that we cannot wait to announce. We would love to see you at the launch on November 28th to celebrate! Save the date in your diaries now.

The UNCLE VANYA cast, creatives and crew are deep in rehearsals. We’re already so excited about the work they’re creating and this special adaptation by Annie Baker. Director, Nadia Tass is no stranger to Annie Baker’s oeuvre, having directed our acclaimed productions of The Flick and The Aliens.

Baker set out to adapt this beloved classic with the “goal of creating a version that sounds to our contemporary American ears the way the play sounded to Russian ears during the play’s first productions in the provinces in 1898”.

Here’s your sneak peek into their rehearsal room:


David Whiteley as Vanya.


Ben Prendergast as Astrov.


Rosie Lockhart as Yelena.


Marta Kaczmarek as Marina.


Rosie and Ben share a moment.


Eva Seymour as Sonya.


Justin Hosking as Telegin.


Kristof Kaczmarek as Serebryakov.


Olga Makeeva as Maria Vasilyevna.

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Catch SUNSHINE before it ends l 2017 Season launch l Cup day bookings

SUNSHINE has 10 shows left until it must close! Don’t miss this stimulating and unique theatrical experience. Tickets are moving fast, so make sure you secure yours here.

“Remarkable in its structure…exhilarating…
this outstanding piece of abstract theatre makes you work for your gratification…well worth it. 

– ★★★★ 1/2  Arts Hub

“It demands – and commands – full attention.” – The Australian

This exciting new Australian work must close on November 5th.
Don’t miss out! Book your tickets now.

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save the date 2017 launch

Join us at our 2017 season launch!
Save the date in your diaries: Monday, November 28th.
All other exciting details of the launch are to come…watch this space.


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Not so into horse racing? Nothing to do this weekend?
Book in to see SUNSHINE on Saturday, October 29th for either the 3pm or 8pm performance, and you’ll receive a 25% discount on your tickets.


Just enter the booking code: sunshinecup

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Latest eNews: “Exhilarating” SUNSHINE now playing & Meet the playwright


The reviews are in and everyone is talking about SUNSHINE.
This challenging, unique work is booking out our little theatre, and evoking strong reactions from audiences, many of whom are returning a second time to engage with different aspects of this ‘choral’ piece.

Here’s what critics are saying:

“Remarkable in its structure…exhilarating…
his outstanding piece of abstract theatre makes you work for your gratification…well worth it. 
– ★★★★ 1/2  Arts Hub

“It demands – and commands – full attention.” – The Australian

“Direction from Kirsten von Bibra was superb and sublime…
The four-hander cast are all tremendous…
” – Theatre Press

“…a novel theatrical experience…performances are strong,
particularly from [Caroline] Lee who finds a tender and poignant beauty…”

– Herald Sun

“Superb talents…bold performances…lend intensity and humour”
The Australia Times

Playing until November 5th. Book your tickets now!

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Tom Holloway

When did you first realise you wanted to become a playwright and why?

I would argue that becoming a playwright is never done with much level of thought. That’s how we end up in this mess, after all. I mean who would seriously set out to do something so stupid?

I’ve always been more a team sport person than an individual sport person. That’s what I love about theatre… It takes a team to make it work. I guess I just accidentally found myself taking the least teamy job in the change rooms.

One of the things I’ve loved most about being a playwright is the huge range of people you get to meet. Whether it has been survivors of massacres, former child migrants who have grown up with no family (but still find a way to live life with a smile on their face), actors I’ve grown up idolising who turn out to be funny, charming souls… The people I have got to meet have made my life full, and that makes playwriting a brilliant choice.

You have a unique style of writing in Sunshine. How did you develop this?

I wanted to try to create an experience for an audience that they can’t get from a movie screen or a tv or computer screen. I wanted to try to give them something they may only be able to experience in the theatre, because that’s what going to the theatre should be like… Like nothing else. Whether I’ve succeeded or failed is yet to be seen!

How have you found developing this work with the Red Stitch Ensemble?

That bunch of hacks? I’ll never work with them. Never! If you think a company is good, you work with them again and again, right? Well, to show you what I think of Red Stitch; I declare that I have never, will never, and hope to never ever work with them. I couldn’t think of anything worse.

(this is my fourth show with them in eight years)
What else are you working on?

Why are you asking? Do you want to steal my ideas? I bet you do. It would be just like you. Well, if that’s the case… I’m doing a new stage version of Hey Dad..! which I’m creating with Chunky Move dance company and the German heavy metal band Rammstein, I’m ghostwriting a nude one-man show for Derryn Hinch called ‘Got A Hinch?’ and I’m working on a a piece of documentary theatre which is a 365 hour opera called ‘A Year In The Life Of The City Of Devonport, 1989’.

Steal those ideas. I dare you.

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a Pedro Almodóvar film
Spain’s most celebrated director, Pedro Almodóvar, returns with the stunning and seductive JULIETA, the story of one woman’s personal drama starting when she is a young woman and following her through to her mature years. Julieta is showing at Cinema Nova, Palace Kino, Como, Lido Cinemas & the Sun Theatre.
For your chance to WIN a double pass to the film, email with the subject JULIETA and your full name & postal address.
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ANIMAL | Theatre Works 17-27 November

Theatre Works and inFlux present the world premiere of


17 – 27 November

Director: Susie Dee Created by: Susie Dee, Kate Sherman & Nicci Wilks

Performed by: Kate Sherman and Nicci Wilks Composer: Kelly Ryall

Designer: Marg Horwell Lighting: Andy Turner Text: Angus Cerini

Two sisters prepare themselves for society. One punch at a time.

Three acclaimed theatre makers, Susie Dee, Kate Sherman and Nicci Wilks come together to present the world premiere of Animal, an unflinching examination of violence and violence against women.

Animal is a dark horror, a minute tale of epic proportions. In a remote town, two sisters hover on the edge of society. Unable to withstand their circumstance any longer they begin a relentless quest to prepare for the outside world. Through heightened physicality and visceral splendour, Animal explores the circumstance we are born into and the cycle of violence.

The debut production from inFlux, Animal looks at what we don’t like to see, or perhaps choose to ignore, and asks the question: how do women respond to a world that celebrates the brutishness of men?

Formed in 2009 by Dee, Sherman and Wilks, inFlux was born out of the collective desire to present work that is bold, unafraid and reveals humanity with all of its complexities and ugliness. For the past decade Susie Dee has developed new work with writers such as Angus Cerini, Declan Greene, Melissa Reeves and Patricia Cornelius. In 2013 Susie won a Green Room Award for her direction of Patricia Cornelius’ award-winning play Savages and in 2015 directed SHIT by Patricia at the NEON Independent Festival for MTC which took home 4 Green Room Awards.

Nicci Wilks was Assistant Director and performer for the Green Room Award winning show Taxi by Dee & Cornelius, co-creator of the highly acclaimed show The Long Pigs, with Susie Dee, and performer in Dees critically acclaimed production of SHIT by Patricia Cornelius, while Kate Sherman has collaborated on works Genius (Festival of Live Art), Under Different Circumstances (Performance Space), The Perfect Boy Redux – Imaginarium (The Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery), Once Under A Sky (Old Fitz Theatre) and worked with companies such as STC (Macbeth), Belvoir (Ruby’s Wish), Legs On The Wall (Beyond Belief, My Bicycle Loves You).

‘Director Susie Dee should be commended for shaping such vivid performances’ – Cameron Woodhead, The Age on Patricia Cornelius’ Shit

‘It’s not often in the theatre that you suddenly realise you are in the presence of creative genius’ – Geoffrey Williams, Stage Whispers on The Long Pigs by Dee and Wilks.

Where: Theatre Works, 14 Acland Street, St Kilda

When: 17 Nov 2016 – 27 Nov 2016

Time: Thu to Sat 8pm plus Wed 23 Nov 8pm & Sundays at 5pm

Previews: Thu 17 November at 8pm

Prices: $35 Full / $26 Conc, Under 30, Groups 8+ /$20 Preview [plus $2.50 booking fee per ticket]

Bookings: / 03 9534 3388

SUNSHINE opening week and publication pre-order


SUNSHINE moves in to the building this week and as is to be expected, I am practically living at the theatre.

I consider it a great privilege to be a part of Tom Holloway’s extraordinary new play, and I have wanted to work with director Kirsten von Bibra for years. The cast members I get to share the stage with are brilliant. We can’t wait to bring this story to you.

When we began, Tom warned us that we would grow to hate him by week 3 of rehearsals because of how hard the script is to learn. At the time everyone laughed. However, I think if I didn’t have the bank of admiration and fondness for him that I do; it might be a real risk! Sunshine is fiendishly difficult to put together but an absolute gift.

And I am certain it will be an exhilarating experience for audiences.

It’s exciting being in the theatre tonight with the design team doing their thing – Matt Adey on set and lights and Elizabeth Drake on composition. These two last worked together, with Kirsten, on our production of Grounded. They are great artists and I can feel the magic building around me as I write.

I’m going to get back to working on the play and I can’t wait to see you in the foyer after the show from next week!

Ella Caldwell

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Artistic Director

Red Stitch

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By Tom Holloway

Directed by Kirsten von Bibra

World Premiere

With Ella Caldwell, Phil Hayden, Caroline Lee & George Lingard.

11 October – 5 November

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Set & Lighting design Matthew Adey

Costume  Matilda Woodroofe

Sound design & compostion Elizabeth Drake

Stage Manager  Sarah Tulloch

Assistant Stage Manager Madison Lyman

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SUNSHINE in print

We are happy to announce that Tom Holloway’s SUNSHINE will published by Playlab and available to purchase for $29.95. The publication includes the full script, program details from our production and a foreword by the director, Kirsten von Bibra.

Support the new Australian work we are creating at Red Stitch. Purchase your copy online and at the Red Stitch bar from October 26th onwards, or you can pre-order your copy by emailing


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                                                   UNCLE VANYA cast 

We are delighted to announce our full cast for UNCLE VANYA by Anton Chekhov, a new version by Annie Baker (The Flick).

We welcome back to the stage founding Ensemble member, David Whiteley as Vanya.

Featuring a strong ensemble cast of Rosie Lockhart, Olga Makeeva, Ben Prendergast and Eva Seymour, and joined by the talents of guest actors Justin Hosking, Kristof Kaczmarek & Marta Kaczmarek.

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Under the helm of veteran director Nadia Tass (The Flick, Disgraced), we know this is going to be a special production you won’t want to miss.

Showing November 15 – December 17. Secure your tickets now!

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Jewish International Film Festival 2016

We are partnering up with the Jewish International Film Festival to bring you a special performance and insight into the life of one of America’s greatest playwrights, Arthur Miller.

Ensemble member Sarah Sutherland (Detroit) and guest actor Paul Henri (About Tommy) will perform a scene from Miller’s Broken Glass prior to a screening of Arthur Miller: Man of the Century. This is a one-off event at the Classic Cinema in Elsternwick, October 31st, 6:45pm.

Purchase your tickets here

American film actress Marilyn Monroe (1926 - 1962) and her husband, American playwright, Arthur Miller arrive at the Berkshire home of playwright, Terence Rattigan for a private party. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)

JIFF is the home of the most comprehensive range of Israeli and Jewish-themed films in Australia and New Zealand. The films premiere in a annual three-week film festival in November. JIFF is building on the long and proud 26-year history of Jewish film festivals in Australia. The festival runs in Melbourne from October 27th – November 23rd.

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Did you know that Red Stitch patrons get a 10% discount on their pre- or post-show meal at Susie Wong? Dumplings, tempura rockling and five spice pork belly within a short stroll from the theatre? Yes please!


Just mention to the friendly staff at Susie Wong that you’re seeing a show at Red Stitch to receive your 10% discount.

Theatre Works presents ANTI-HAMLET Thursday 3 – Sunday 13 November


Theatre Works and New Working Group present   


Thursday 3 November – Sunday 13 November

Created and Directed by Mark Wilson
Featuring Mark Wilson, Brian Lipson, Natasha Herbert, Natascha Flowers,
Marcus McKenzie, Charles Purcell and Marco Chiappi

Acclaimed playwright and director Mark Wilson brings ANTI-HAMLET, his wild, boundary bending reimagining of Shakespeare’s classic to Theatre Works for its world premiere in November.

An International Fellow of Shakespeare’s Globe in London, Wilson’s work explores present socio-political realities, often through a connection to classical text, with ANTI-HAMLET the culmination of his trilogy of radical excavations of The Bard’s iconic plays – after Richard II and Unsex Me.

Using Shakespeare’s characters as the scaffold for a raucous and ruthless excavation of Australia’s cultural and political maze, ANTI-HAMLET begins with a Hamlet who doesn’t want to be Hamlet, a Prince who wants to be anything but.

His dad’s dead, his mother wants a grandchild and his therapist is the father of psychoanalysis. And as the monarchy teeters on the edge of destruction, a new leader has taken the stage with visions of a prosperous Denmark committed to freedom, the individual and the market. Stuck in a cycle of self-obsession and serial procrastination, will the weight of History itself be enough to make Hamlet wake up, grow and stand up?

ANTI-HAMLET will bring together an extraordinary cast including Brian Lipson, Natasha Herbert, Marco Chiappi and Natascha Flowers, alongsideWilson himself, to take on Freud, Turnbull, public relations and colonialism.

Speaking about the production Mark Wilson said, “ANTI-HAMLET takes Shakespeare’s original and puts it in the blender with contemporary Australia: what we’ve inherited and what our ambitions are. It also is a great vehicle for extraordinary performances from some of my favourite actors, and working with them is one of the most exciting parts of this project.

“Playing opposite Natasha Herbert as my mother and Brian Lipson as Sigmund Freud is a theatrical dream come true–and it will be a real treat for the audience to see these great actors going to extremes.

New Working Group is a network of eleven independent theatre artists, writers, directors and designers committed to making theatre that is intelligent, diverse, entertaining and pro-risk. Group members include Amelia Lever-Davidson, Bridget Balodis, Dan Giovannoni, Emilie Collyer, Eugyeene Teh, Felix Ching Ching Ho, Louris van de Geer, Luke Kerridge, Mark Pritchard, Mark Wilson, and Michele Lee.

The Company’s past productions include: Dream Home which was shortlisted for the Patrick White Award in 2012; Triumph, about a fake victim who becomes a hero in the wake of a terrorist attack; and Ground Control, a futuristic experimental comedy about violence, the technological singularity and long distance relationships in the 2016 Next Wave program.

The first of Wilson’s trilogy, Richard II, explored the recent political dramas of federal Australian politics, with an eye on personality and gender politics, whileUnsex Me, a drag show remix of Lady Macbeth, was packed with whispered confessions and booming self-mockery. With ANTI-HAMLET, Wilson continues his bold deconstruction of the canon.

“The show is parody, it’s tragedy, it’s satire, it’s filled with ideas and a collision of characters, situations, things taken to the extreme. Hell, Sigmund Freud is a character and there’s a scene between Hamlet and his mother called ‘the closet scene’ – we’re gonna have some fun,” said Wilson.

“Brazen, subversive and extremely funny… a brilliant, daring show with outstanding performances.”
Cameron Woodhead, The Age on Richard II

Created by Mark Wilson
Set and Costume Design by Romanie Harper
Lighting Design by Amelia Lever-Davidson and Matthew Adey (House of VnHoly)
Sound Design by Tom Backhaus
Dramaturg and Producer, Mark Pritchard
Associate Artist, Olivia Monticciolo

Where: Theatre Works, 14 Acland Street, St Kilda
When: 3 – 13 November, Thursday to Saturday 8pm, Sunday 5pm plus Saturday 12 November at 2pm
Preview: Thursday 3 November at 8pm
Prices: $35 Full / $26 Conc, Under 30, Groups 8+ / $20 Preview [plus $2.50 booking fee per ticket]
Bookings: / 03 9534 3388

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Playwright Tom Holloway is back at Red Stitch and we are thrilled to present the world premiere of his latest work, SUNSHINE. Featuring a brilliant cast; Ella Caldwell, Phil Hayden, Caroline Lee & George Lingard under the helm of award-winning director, Kirsten von Bibra (2015 Green Room award for Best Direction, Grounded).

Here’s a little look into their rehearsal room:


Playwright Tom Holloway (Red Sky Morning, Dead Centre, Beyond the Neck).


Welcoming back guest actor Caroline Lee (Jurassica, Wet House).


Guest Actor George Lingard makes his Red Stitch debut in Sunshine.


Guest Actor Phil Hayden (Oh Well Never Mind Bye).


The brilliant Kirsten von Bibra (Grounded) directs.


Artistic director and ensemble actor, Ella Caldwell returns to the stage.

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You Got Older Directed by Brett Cousins With Eva Seymour, Lee Beckhurst, Jordan Fraser-Trumble, Emily Goddard, Francis Greenslade, Penny Harpham and Mark Yeates.

“Director Brett Cousins crafted the story beautifully…See this Australian premiere for a good laugh and a good cry.” –  The Plus Ones

“This black comedy packs a punch…most impressive…different, quirky and unique.” ★★★★ –  Theatre People


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THE FLICK on tour

We’re very excited to announce that our critically acclaimed production of THE FLICK will be remounted in Queensland Theatre’s 2017 season; directed by Nadia Tass and starring our original Ensemble cast Ngaire Dawn Fair, Kevin Hofbauer, Dion Mills & Ben Prendergast.
Tell your Brisbane buddies not to miss out on experiencing this “luminous” production of Annie Baker’s Pulitzer Prize winning play; tickets won’t last long.