Articles on ‘Darlinghurst Theatre Company’
Mary Anne Butler is a Darwin-based playwright. Her play, Broken, is the first drama to win one of the most prestigious awards in Australia, the Victorian Premier’s Award for literature. For the first time, the play will be staged outside of the NT, at Sydney’s Eternity Playhouse by Darlinghurst Theatre Company. We sent Mary Anne a few questions… Read more.
Venus in Fur is a complex and dense work. The Darlinghurst Theatre Company superbly meets the challenges of David Ives’ script, with a production that is sexy, provocative, sometimes puzzling in its twists and turns, and frequently funny. Thomas (played by Gareth Reeves) is a playwright who, as he embarks on his first attempt at… Read more.
AussieTheatre has two double passes to giveaway to Darlinghurst Theatre Company’s Deathtrap at the Eternity Playhouse on Friday 10 April at 8pm. From Ira Levin, author of The Stepford Wives, Rosemary’s Baby and The Boys from Brazil, Deathtrap is a flawlessly constructed classic. It twists and turns with fiendish artistry, keeping the tension ramped up to breaking point…. Read more.
AussieTheatre has two double passes to giveaway to Darlinghurst Theatre Company’s production of Gaybies at the Eternity Playhouse on 6 February at 8pm. Gaybies tells the story of children raised in rainbow families. This script is drawn straight from interviews with people aged four to forty who have grown up with same-sex parents, surrogate mums and donor dads. These… Read more.
AussieTheatre have two DOUBLE PASSES to give away to see Rachel Gordon, Christopher Stollery, Ian Stenlake and Helen Dallimore in Nick Enright’s Daylight Savings at the Eternity Playhouse in Sydney this week! This fast-paced comedy about love, loneliness, food and friendships is the final play in Darlinghurst Theatre Company’s their inaugural season at Eternity Playhouse and is… Read more.
AussieTheatre is excited to have two double passes to give away to the Ensemble Theatre’s production of Constellations at the Eternity Playhouse on 8 August. Darlinghurst Theatre Company presents an explosive, head in the stars comedy about love, fate and free will. Multiverse theory is explored through the infinite possibilities of a single relationship. Roland meets Marianne at a… Read more.
It’s back! CJ Johnson’s satirical look at the ruthless world of Australia’s empire builders was a hit for Darlinghurst back in 2005/06, and now a new version created for the company’s new theatre is set to make us laugh all over again. Michael Pigott will direct The Young Tycoons this May, and this will be familiar… Read more.
Falsettos, the Tony-Award winning (book and score) William Finn/James Lapine show, comes from a marriage of two works written ten years apart: March of the Falsettos and Falsettoland. It’s a family drama with Finn’s trademark dark and probing comedy; it’s a clever study of human relationships and the nature of love. Marvin (Tamlyn Henderson) left his… Read more.
If there is one thing that 2013 taught me, hands down it’s that there’s no such thing as too much Margi de Ferranti. Having performed only sporadically for the past decade while she concentrated on running her own business as a singing teacher, de Ferranti returned in late 2013 in grand style, with a fire… Read more.
With Sydney’s most successful international event – the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras kicking off with Fair Day on Sunday, it can only mean one thing: it’s time for Aussie Theatre to give you our picks for the Mardi Gras Festival! Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras 2014 (remember when they got rid of… Read more.