Simon Stone has raised The Bard. His Hamlet, typically sliced and diced, is thrilling. And Toby Schmitz is commanding in the lead.
A Greek myth turned into a gay Sex In The City? Kit Brookman's adaptation of the stories around Orestes for Belvoir St is radically contemporary.
There's profound emotional density in The Baulkham Hills African Ladies Troupe, a Belvoir St production testament to the female human spirit.
This is compelling and compulsory theatre. Persona, Fraught Outfit's theatrical adaptation of Ingmar Bergman's 1966 film, somehow matches the film's brilliance.
I'm Your Man was one of the theatrical highlights of last year's Sydney Festival. The Belvoir St boxing drama has now embarked on a national tour.
It's widely regarded as one of the greatest plays of the contemporary repertoire. And Tony Kushner's two-part epic on '80s America is performed with justice on the Belvoir St stage.
There's an awkward, eloquent silence to Tom Holloway's Forget Me Not. It's one of the finest Belvoir St Theatre productions in quite some time.
She's never acted before. But if Lally Katz can become one of the most performed writers in Australia, why not a one-woman show? It's full of heart.
Cat On A Hot Tin Roof with Aussie accents? There's something not quite right about Simon Stone's miscast adaptation of Tennessee Williams' all-American classic.