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From the austere poetry of Beckett to the thrilling escapism of a Hitchcock classic and a boutique gem of a musical based on a classic Tim Rogers album, 2015 will be a stunning year of theatre.
25 September - 11 October
Southbank Theatre, The Lawler
From MTC and Arena Theatre Company comes Marlin, an adventurous seafaring tale performed in a sea of foam. Marlin is sure to be a delight for anyone aged 8 to 108.
22 August - 4 October
Arts Centre Melbourne, Fairfax Studio
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From award winning actor and writer Brendan Cowell (The Slap, Love My Way) comes a visceral examination of sex, power and footy.
6 - 25 October
German writer and director Falk Richter combines forces with Chunky Move, Melbourne Theatre Company and Melbourne Festival for this international co-production.
Starring Miriam Margolyes
31 October - 20 December
BAFTA Award winner Miriam Margolyes becomes larger-than-life Hollywood agent Sue Mengers in this scintillating one-woman show – offering a titillating night of tinseltown tattle.
8 November - 20 December
The follow-on to the smash hit Songs For Nobodies, Pennsylvania Avenue sees Joanna Murray-Smith, Bernadette Robinson and Simon Phillips joining forces once again to present a brilliant new music theatre work.
31 January - 14 March
by April De Angelis
Jane Turner returns to the stage in this hilarious comedy of frazzled hopes and parental anxiety, directed by Pamela Rabe.
Complexity of Belonging
Southbank Theatre, The Sumner
What’s On: Select A Date
by Brendan Cowell
22 August-4 October
by Damien Millar
25 September-11 October
by Falk Richter and Anouk van Dijk