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“Mesmerising” – Eurydice runs until October 4th

EURYDICE By Sarah Ruhl Directed by Luke Kerridge With Ngaire Dawn Fair, Olga Makeeva, Dion Mills, Johnathan Peck, Alexandra Aldrich, Sam Duncan & Alex Menglet There are only three weeks left of Eurydice at Red Stitch and many of the remaining nights are sold out. And judging by these amazing reviews, we would advise you to book now before you miss out! “This is a reminder exactly how sublime theatre can be.” Rebecca Harkins-Cross, The Age “Red Stitch seem to be on something of a roll recently…Eurydice is a confident, beguiling production…another sure-footed step after the raging success of The Flick.” Byron Bache, Herald Sun “You’ll find the technical brilliance…


Mystery revealed: Our final play for 2014!

The wait is over, the Mystery Play is… JUMPERS FOR GOALPOSTS  By  Tom Wells Having kept you in suspense all year, it gives us great pleasure to reveal that our final production for 2014 will be the Australian Premiere of Tom Wells’ Jumpers For Goalposts. Tom Healey makes a welcome return to Red Stitch, directing ensemble members Kate Cole and Johnathan Peck along with some special guests to blow the whistle on what has already been an incredible year at Red Stitch. Join us as we kick the final goal of a stellar 2014 season! Due to popular demand, we have also created a new subscription package to give you…

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“Don’t move…I’ll find you” : Join us for Eurydice at Red Stitch Actors Theatre‏

Join us for the Victorian Premiere of EURYDICE    By  Sarah Ruhl    Apparently no one sleeps in the underworld. Ensemble members Ngaire Dawn Fair and John Peck, playing Eurydice and Orpheus, haven’t been getting much sleep in the real world either. Both have been practically living at the theatre having just stepped offstage from the last two acclaimed Red Stitch productions; John as Simon in Glory Dazed and Ngaire as Rose in The Flick. Doing ‘back to back’ shows (rehearsing one play by day whilst performing the other at night) is a challenge and a joy, particularly when exploring two vastly contrasting plays.   Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl is…

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