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Glory Dazed

Get stuck in – Join us for Glory Dazed

Join us for the Victorian Premiere of    GLORY DAZED    By Cat Jones   WINNER: Critics’ Choice Best in Adelaide Fringe Award 2013 WINNER: Holden Street Theatre Award, Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2012 Glory Dazed is dangerous, scintillating stuff. It’s packed with the characteristic grit and intimacy we love at Red Stitch. 70 adrenaline-filled minutes of a back street ‘lock-in”, up close and personal with four powerhouse actors. Glory Dazed, directed by Greg Carroll, is the Red Stitch debut for Johnathan Peck, our 2014 Graduate Actor and he is in excellent company alongside Andre, Emily and Laura.   Then in August, head into Shebeen in the city for our Australian…


“Flawless” – Grounded runs until July 12th

“Unmissable” Grounded     By George Brant   Grounded by George Brant opened at Red Stitch to overwhelming high acclaim from industry and audiences alike. The play has people engaging beyond the theatre walls; hanging out in the foyer post show, posting reflections on and social media. Directed by Kirsten von Bibra, Grounded features an “utterly jaw-dropping” and “remarkable” solo performance by founding ensemble member Kate Cole. Book your tickets now to see the show that has all of Melbourne talking! Here’s what the critics are saying… “Red Stitch has mounted a superlative production… in which every aspect of theatre craft converges with compelling focus.” Cameron Woodhead, The Age Cole’s performance…


A chat with Glyn Roberts

Red Stitch writer-in-residence, Glyn Roberts, chats to us about his upcoming play, The Flock and the Nest, a first-time partnership between St Michael’s Grammar School and Red Stitch Writers. This is an exciting new collaboration between St Michael’s and Red Stitch. Can you tell us a little about how this partnership came to fruition and how the process has been in creating the show?   The relationship between Red Stitch St Michael’s has been a long one, the obvious one is that of neighbours but also many of the ensemble past and present were once pupils there. The two have always wanted to do something together and when my idea for…

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