Short Season & Special Events

Upcoming Shows

Antigone X

BY ZACHARY DUNBAR

A riotous, queered-up version of one of the greatest Greek tragedies, Sophocles’ Antigone, comes crashing on the shores of St. Kilda and into Theatre Works.

One Hundred and Three: International Society for the Creatively Maladjusted

Concept and Direction: Nana Biluš Abaffy

One Hundred and Three: International Society for the Creatively Maladjusted has been supported by Underbelly Arts Lab and Festival, Creative Victoria and Zagreb Dance Center.

Hello, Beautiful

BY HANNIE RAYSON


HELLO, BEAUTIFUL! is a funny, big-hearted, one-woman show performed by one of Australia’s best-loved playwrights. Based on her best-selling memoir, HELLO, BEAUTIFUL! brings you a 60-minutes piece of Hannie Rayson’s sublime comic storytelling – true stories from an adventurous life, spiced with wit, tenderness, social observation and intimacy.

Elegy

BY DOUGLAS RINTOUL

Some stories are more powerful than others. He’s worried his isn’t powerful enough.

 

Swansong

BY CONNOR MCDERMOTTROE

Theatre Works Melbourne Fringe Hub

Hamlet Apocalypse

BY THE DANGER ENSEMBLE

The HAMLET APOCALYPSE is a dystopia of the now generation, a silent party, a desperate plea, a rambunctious prayer.

Rotterdam

BY JON BRITTAIN

AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

Alice, I don’t want to become a man, I just want to stop trying to be a woman.

SUNDAY CONVERSATIONS WITH HANNIE

DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED JANUARY 2018

In Theatre Works’ new series, SUNDAY CONVERSATIONS WITH HANNIE, Hannie Rayson, one of Australia’s most loved playwrights, sits down with icons of the Australian stage and screen, about how they have crossed those frontiers.

Past Events

Sundays With Hannie

A Theatre Works Fundraiser

ABUNDANCE

A THEATRE WORKS FUNDRAISER

On Thursday the 21st of June, an evening of revelry and merriment will commence. Wine will be poured; mouth-watering food platters will fill tables and stomachs and laughter will echo down Acland Street. The stars will take the stage, filling it with stories and song before the guests take the floor and dance the night away.