The Addams Family
Music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa Book by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice
A hilarious and quirky musical comedy, The Addams Family Musical tells the story of love and friendship through adversity, with a comical and macabre yet poignant spin.
"From principals to ancestors each character is clearly defined from the beginning and throughout the show the performers continuously connect with one another, and the audience"
- Mark Peters, The Gisborne Herald
"Belinda Campbell-directed production splatters laughs" - The Gisborne Herald
How I Met My Dead Husband
by Lansy Feng
When a determined woman chases true love, even Buddha can't stop her. Chuen-Jiau stands before family, friends and loved ones to give a eulogy for her husband Yueh. Nobody expects a story spanning four entire lifetimes. A sweet and funny cabaret funeral that'll take you on a reincarnating journey of love, confusion and hope.
“A stunning combination of surreal beauty and earthy reality, How I Met My Dead Husband is a top rate cabaret and shouldn’t be missed.” - What Did She Think
“the director, Belinda Campbell has a wealth of angles to draw from... Her passion and support make this beautiful art flourish.” - Weekend Notes
9 to 24 November 2018
Bluestone Church Arts Space, Footscray
Produced by Wit Incorporated
Performed by Sarah Clarke, Ruby Lauret, Matt Tester, Leigh Scully, Lansy Feng, Aimee Marich, Artemis Munro, Sam Anderson and Jennifer Piper
Ophelia Thinks Harder
by Jean Betts
The King is dead, the Queen has married his brother, the Prince is a hazard and the new King is a puppet. Meanwhile, Ophelia tries to please. Ophelia wonders why she is not enough. Ophelia is fed up, so Ophelia thinks harder. ‘How come I turned into a woman!!? Can’t I just stay a person?’ A hilarious rethink of Shakespeare’s classic tragedy – only this time Ophelia gets all the best lines.
A Scandal in the Weimar
by Claire Bowen and Jennifer Piper
It's London, 1939. Tensions are building as war seems imminent. Lady Sherlock Holmes and Dr Jean Watson are engaged by Diana, Lady Mosley to track down Irene Adler in Berlin and retrieve sensitive information. But all is not as it seems.
by Hayley Lawson-Smith
This is the story of how one small break-in saved a family. Robert lives with his parents. They've been dead for years, but he's still there and nothing has changed. Then The Girl appears. On the couch. Asleep.
This absurd new Australian comedy explores the way we navigate grief, family, relationships and love – usually while saying the exact opposite of what we mean.