The Hotel Sorrento; Dead White Males; Two; The 7 Stages of Grieving; The Popular Mechanicals
"Hotel Sorrento: 'Has a moody, evocative, literary sweep and scope to it' Sydney Morning Herald Dead White Males: 'Triumphant... The neatly lined up ducks of academic absolutism are ruthlessly, and hilariously, assassinated' Sydney Morning Herald 'Swain is a wonderful creation' Guardian Two: In 1948, in a German town, Anna comes to Rabbi Chalm Levi for Hebrew lessons. As the two study the language, their stories are gradually revealed, raising fundamental moral questions as they try to reconcile their tormented pasts and accept and renew their lives. The 7 Stages of Dreaming: 'A subtle and complex invitation to experience something of the depth of Aboriginal grieving' Melbourne Age. The Popular Mechanicals: 'One of the most rollickingly entertaining nights in the theatre' Sydney Morning Herald"