Melbourne indie company Red Stitch has embraced an exciting young writer in Adam Cass and given him an eye-popping canvass for high-tech drama Roam.
Straight is kitchen-sink comedy that asks some curly questions on relationships and sexuality. Red Stitch's production of the British play is hard to fault.
A relateable if at times unlikeable relationship drama from Red Stitch features a surprisingly dark script from playwright Lucinda Coxon and strong performances from Ngaire Dawn Fair and Paul Ashcroft.
Irish playwright Enda Walsh wrestles Beckett, Joyce and Homer and comes out a little worse for wear in Red Stitch's Penelope, despite some winning (near-naked) performances.
Intimate doesn’t begin to describe That Face, the new production from Melbourne’s cosy acting company Red Stitch. Suffocating seems more apt. This British-yet-ubiquitous family portrait is powerful stuff; a twisted mother-and-son love story that explodes on the company’s diminutive stage. Martha — as she insists on being called, not mum — is shattered to discover […]