Latest News

Eurydice website

A special announcement from Red Stitch Actors Theatre

Join us at Red Stitch for… CLASSICS IN CONVERSATION: FOLLOWING ORPHEUS & EURYDICE Sunday 21st September 4pm   Eurydice is an ancient myth. Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice is a contemporary play. The tale has seen many incarnations over the centuries through novels, songs, operas and even video games. At our afternoon of Classics in Conversation at Red Stitch we’ll discuss the progression of Eurydice from myth to modernity and how the central themes of love, loss and memory have been developed and interpreted by artists and art forms over the centuries. Joining us in conversation, we welcome Heather Sebo, Classics lecturer Latrobe University, Luke Kerridge, Director of Eurydice and Dion Mills, ensemble cast member of the show….


“Triumphant theatre” – Glory Dazed runs until August 23rd

GLORY DAZED By Cat Jones Directed by Greg Carroll With Johnathan Peck, Andre de Vanny, Emily Goddard & Laura Jane Turner Glory Dazed is in its final week at Red Stitch and it sure has been an audience favourite and critics’ pick of the season so far! Here’s what they’re saying…  “Gripping performances…a dangerous and compelling portrayal of masculinity over the edge. [A] tense, atmospheric, and well-paced production that grabs hold and doesn’t let go.” Cameron Woodhead, The Age  “Compelling performances…Greg Carroll’s direction is bold and assured.” Kate Herbert, Herald Sun “Andre de Vanny is riveting…a towering performance.” Robert Chuter, ArtsHub “Well done Red Stitch for presenting a gripping, gritty and…


“One of the great theatre events of the year” – The Flick runs until August 17th

Pulitzer Prize for Drama 2014 There are only two weeks remaining to see this remarkable Pulitzer Prize winning play! A show loved by audiences and critics alike, The Flick by Annie Baker is directed by Nadia Tass (The Aliens, Out of The Water) and presented in a first time collaboration with the Melbourne International Film Festival. A very special Red Stitch production that you don’t want to miss. “The Flick, thoroughly deserves this year’s Pulitzer for Drama, and we’re fortunate to have this delicate, luminous production from Nadia Tass.” Cameron Woodhead, The Age   “It’s one of the great theatre events of the year, with a crackling good ensemble performance…

Twitter Feed