Putting the Nation on Stage


28 June – 7 July 2018

 As both writer and actor Vylet​ is engaging and entertaining, with a sharp eye for absurdity and a deft one for satire.” John Shand Sydney Morning Herald





Vylet’s story has been lovingly nurtured by a very sensitive and perceptive director, a talented, imaginative design team, the collaborative support of the National Theatre of Parramatta – and the “world of magic, diversity and community” that is Western Sydney.” Carol Wimmer –  Stage Whispers




 This is a very attractive production with an interesting cultural conundrum to digest.” Kevin Jackson





 The entire production exudes theatrical craft.” Jason Blake – Audrey Journal






29 May – 1 June 2018

★★★★ “A drama of big ideas. It is both original and ambitious. Daily Review






18 – 24 March 2018

The cast, led by Vagulan’s, is full of warmth, curiosity and something you might recognise in yourself: a desire to do good and create meaningful change in a complicated world.”  Cassie Tongue – Time Out




Larnach’s writing has a sharp, self-consciously witty edge to it.”  Jason Blake – Audrey Journal





This is another moving, thought-provoking production under the auspices of NTofP’s commitment to “reflect today’s Australia and its diverse population.”  Stage Whispers






19 – 28 October 2017

 …we were spellbound”  Theatre Now





Loyal to Tan’s insights into the inner world of the child, and to his own concerns as a father, director Neil Gooding’s vision reaches to the parent as well as the child.”  Stage Whispers




A Triumph!” and “You’ll be swept along by the pure artistry and seamless stage, musical and set direction of this piece.” Brydie Wright, Weekend Notes




A wonderful new musical” and “Recent Victorian College of the Arts graduate (Nicola) Bowman as Ava is tremendous in this quite demanding role, singing and acting terrifically.” and “Magnificently directed by Neil Gooding” ★★★★ Lynne Lancaster, Arts Hub





13 – 22 JULY 2017

Whilst centred on Parramatta the work still resonates with those that may not be as familiar with the area. This is a human story that is relatable regardless of where someone may live”
“For everyone that has been a teenager, for those that have children, families and friends, this work speaks to a broad audience, not just those that live in the Western suburbs. Presented with humour and compassion, THE INCREDIBLE HERE AND NOW is a wonderful new Australian play telling Australian stories that everyone should see and hopefully it will return to an Australian stage soon.”
Jade Kops – Broadway World

It was the perfect blend of human story and world view. Warm and funny and human and thought-provoking… THE INCREDIBLE HERE AND NOW is a high quality, exciting and resonant production which is ultimately accepting of the progress around it.”
Judith Greenway – Sydney Arts Guide

The beauty of this play was that it finally, finally understood where I’d come from. Michael and I are not the same person, but his grief and growing pains were played out in areas of Sydney I’ve also grown up in… I don’t know if Felicity Castagna knows this, but through Michael and his friends, up on stage, my past in Parramatta has been validated. ” Erica Enriquez – Weekend Notes 

It was such a fantastic show that should be shown to people beyond Western Sydney and the most moving and enjoyable thing I’ve seen this year. ”

5 – 29 APRIL 2017

What Williams has created, and performs so well, is a gentle and often very funny meditation on the culture of football fandom, and on the broader connections between identity and place.The Australian 

“As performer, Williams is charismatic and engaging.”  Suzy Goes See

“Even if you’re not a football fan, this is an entertaining piece – Williams manages to transcend the sport and elucidate the unwavering devotion it inspires.” Stage Whispers 


11-21 January 2017

“Hakawati is an irresistible concept and beautifully realised: who doesn’t love good food, good wine and intriguing stories? Who doesn’t enjoy the company of fine actors? What’s not to like? ” Dianna Simmonds, Stage Noise





“Hakawati is a marvellous night out and perhaps, bear with me, such an enjoyable evening might provide you with what Julie Andrews described as “favourite things” Judith Greenaway, Sydney Arts Guide





 “Hakawati is original, fresh and thought provoking. It is not at all what I had expected but far more. It is a performance that highlights so many contemporary issues; immigration, integration and dislocation amongst others – all issues and challenges faced by those in new lands.” Eliza Eggler, Australian Stage






12 – 15 OCTOBER 2016

Delicately spellbinding, absorbing and illuminating”  Kevin Jackson

★★★★ “You will  laugh and you will cry.Time Out

21 – 30 APRIL 2016

Almost all of the creatives working on this show are women — a rare thing in the theatre — and there’s strength in every element.”  Ben Neutz – Daily Review 

This is a solidly engaging production” Jason Blake – Sydney Morning Herald

A complex, thought provoking play, presented with sensitivity, a degree of humour without mocking the experiences, and unique design. Broadway World

★★★★ “If you’re queer, if you’re a woman, if you’re trans, if you’re dealing with trauma or some circumstance or condition that makes life more difficult for you – Swallow may give you a great gift of theatrical catharsis, and a little flicker of hope”.  Time Out

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