‘That Face’ is a stunningly realistic, domestic drama with touches of comedy. This play has been described as ‘a remarkable
‘Pardon Me, Prime Minister’ was co-written by Edward Taylor and John Graham. The Essex born playwright, Edward Taylor, after appearing
‘AWAY’ by Michael Gow is set in 1967, Curtin’s founding year. Now in its 50th year, to make room for
‘Snakes and Ladders’ is a humorous, yet deeply moving drama, set around an Australian family. An Adelaide book editor and
‘Disney’s Camp Rock – the musical’ created around Disney Channel movies 1 and 2, and based on a book by
‘Moonlight and Magnolias’ was written in 2004 by the Irish born, Emmy Award winning screenwriter, Ron Hutchinson. The title refers
‘Gentlemen Incorporated’ is a very funny comedy with an added touch of farce; young NSW lecturer, Deborah Mulhall, wrote it.
‘Fat Pig’ is a romantic comedy by the Detroit-born playwright, film director and screenwriter, Neil LaBute. In 2005, after its