“Who knew government corruption could be so exhilarating” l Green Room Award nominations l INK program

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We’re back! Our first show is up and running with gusto and this dynamo of a play has been making quite an impact.

The response from our audiences, as well as critics, has been overwhelming. Check out just some of the glowing audience remarks about THE WAY THINGS WORK below.

See you soon,


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“Loved the energy and pace…Both actors were superb with characterisations and focus. A clever, beautifully written piece by Mr Fennessy…Relevant and very well received by the audience….deservedly so…a great start to the 2017 season.”

“I loved it and thought the actors were great. Really happy to have learned of Red Stitch Actors Theatre.”

“Powerful performances and a well written piece of theatre.” 

The Way Things Work playing until March 5th.

Book your tickets now!

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INK Program

We are so excited by the standard of the INK applications that landed in our inbox last month from playwrights around the country. Thank you to all the writers who have sent us their work, we are busily reading and will announce our shortlist in March.

Speaking of terrific Australian plays, there’s still 2 weeks left of Aidan Fennessy’s “gripping” THE WAY THINGS WORK. Then later this year you can catch THE WAY OUT by Josephine Collins and DESERT, 6:29PM by Morgan Rose.


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Red Stitch nabs 5 Green Room Award Nominations


Congratulations to all the Artists who have been recognised in the Green Room Nominations for their work with Red Stitch in 2016! We’re so proud of our Ensemble members Rory Kelly and Andrea Swifte for their amazing work in TREVOR and big shout outs to our guest actor and creatives, Belinda McClory, Christoper de Groot and Chloe Greeves!

Andrea Swifte – Female Performer, Trevor

Rory Kelly – Male Performer, Trevor

Belinda McClory – Female Performer, Splendour

Christopher de Groot – Music Composition and Sound Design, The River

Chloe Greeves – Set Design, The River

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