The gorgeous Paper Planes trailer has been released! Starring SJM’s Ed Oxenbould, Sam Worthington and directed by Robert Connolly. It tells the story of a boy's passion for flight and his challenge to compete in the World Paper Plane Championships in Japan.
With SJM’s ALAN DUKES, this edgy ensemble comedy takes us inside the homes of seemingly straight-laced suburbanites to reveal a gallery of kinks, fetishes, oddball turn-ons, and pent-up repression let precariously loose. Directed by Josh Lawson.
Andrew Cutcliffe is doing fantastic work in Williamson's 'Face to Face' (Ensemble Theatre), playing a construction worker who rams into his boss’ Mercedes after being sacked. Rather than fronting court he is given the chance to explain his actions in a community conference...where a lot more is revealed than you expect! Playing September 20, 26, 27.
Catherine McGraffin opened last night in Williamson’s ‘Charitable Intent’ (Ensemble Theatre). Catherine plays a high powered CEO newly appointed to a well-respected charity organisation. Accusations of bullying quickly emerge. Gripping and powerful, this play explores verbal and emotional bullying and strategies for healing and resolution. Playing until September 27.
The Kings Collective is an exciting, young Sydney based theatre group including SJM's Scott Lee. They are about to open 'This Is Our Youth' at the Tap Gallery in Darlinghurst. Kenneth Lonergan's play about three lost souls from affluent but dysfunctional families plays 17-21 September.
SJM's Julia Ohannessian is currently performing in Maxim Gorky's Children of the Sun at the Sydney Theatre Company. Andrew Upton's adaptation takes a fresh, colloquial look at the human condition. Playing until 25th October, don't miss it!
‘Through These Lines’ has come to Sydney. An intimate and unique theatrical experience informed by the letters and diaries of Australian army nurses who served during World War I. Directed by Mary-Anne Gifford, and featuring SJM’s Christian Charisiou, Gareth Rickards and Kate Skinner. Playing at the Australian National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour from 25 September – 5 October.
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A NIDA graduate, Julia is an actress and a voice artist. Her voice is genuine, rich, energetic, smooth, intelligent, real and warm. She can range from high energised sell, to trustworthy adv ....
2009 NIDA Acting grad, Martin Harper, is a warm and highly collaborative artist who's friendly nature translates into the characters and reads that he voices. His voice, while warm and welco ....