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Hello 2015! Opening Next Week: The Ritual Slaughter of Gorge Mastromas

Yes, it’s February this weekend, and although I have that “Really, already?” feeling, I’m excited. We’ve been busy on and offstage all summer – reading lots of new scripts and proposals for Ink, performing to Midsumma audiences, and up-cycling past shows into our foyer. Not to mention planning the next PLAYlist extravaganza. Amidst the mayhem of the ‘holiday’ months, the Gorge Mastromas team have been working towards mastering this huge and complex play. And having sat in on rehearsals again today I can confide: it’s bursting with challenges and brilliance. Thank you for being part of the Red Stitch family. We enjoyed an exhilarating 2014. I can’t wait to share…

INK Shortlist Announced!

We received an extraordinary response to our new writing program, Ink. After careful consideration of the many applications submitted, we are delighted to announce the following ten projects have been shortlisted for development as part of Ink 2015: The Secret Warzone by Donna Abela Ode to Billie Joe by Morgan Rose Aldrich The Way Out by Josephine Collins Medea’s Daughter by Emilie Collyer Playground by Aidan Fennessy The Long Shadow by Andy Harmsen SATC/TG by Michele Lee The Honey Bees by Caleb Lewis Bugs by Brooke Robinson Fly by Diane Stubbings We now eagerly begin the next stage of the selection process and look forward to shortly announcing the chosen…

Welcome back! Jumpers for Goalposts returns for Midsumma Festival

MIDSUMMA FESTIVAL Jumpers for Goalposts is back for one week only! We are thrilled to present this critically acclaimed production as a Midsumma Festival Premier Event, playing at Red Stitch Theatre 19 – 25 January. Taking on the role of bossy martyr-of-a-coach Viv, Ella Caldwell joins Jonathan Peck, Ray Chong Nee, Paul Denny and Rory Kelly in an exclusive return of this blissfully funny romantic comedy about friendship and finding your way. “Wry, Moving, hilarious and unfashionably beautiful” – Herald Sun “Barely Athletic may struggle to win matches, but this affecting production has no trouble winning hearts.” – The Age “Tom Healey’s graceful production is especially well cast and beautifully…

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