PWA Supported Plays on Stage in 2018

PWA Supported Plays on Stage in 2018

Each year Playwriting Australia invests in the development of exceptional new Australian plays.

We love nothing more than seeing playwrights and their plays we have supported blossom from simple pages to must-see productions. In 2018 there is a great selection of plays we’ve supported into production. From Perth to Adelaide to the Illawarra, we’ve got eight months of your year covered, with plays you can’t miss.

Please get in touch with us if your play was supported by Playwriting Australia in the past but has not be listed below. See you at the theatre!

TOURING STATES OR NATIONALLY

The Bleeding Tree by Angus Cerini 8-19 May More info for ACT
More info for VIC
Which Way Home by Katie Beckett 24 May – 18 August More info for all states

NEW SOUTH WALES

Single Asian Female By Michelle Law 16 February-25 March
Belvoir
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Flight Paths by Julian Larnach 15 – 24 March
National Theatre of Parramatta
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Lost Boys by Lachlan Philpott 23 May – 2 June
Illawarra Performing Arts Centre
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Siti Rubiyah by Katrina Irawati Graham 2-6 July
Carriageworks
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King of Pigs by Steve Rodgers 1 August – 1 September
Old Fitz Theatre
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Hell’s Canyon by Emily Sheehan 1 August – 11 September
Old 505 Theatre
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Shabbat Dinner by Jessica Bellamy 10-15 September
SBW Stables
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The Feather in the Web by Nick Coyle 5 October – 17 November
SBW Stables
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA

The Gods of Strangers by Elena Carapetis 14 November – 2 December
Dunstan Playhouse
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VICTORIA

Ich Nibber Dibber by POST
( Natalie Rose, Mish Grigor
& Zoë Coombs Marr)
5-23 September
Malthouse Theatre
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Astroman by Albert Belz 27 October – 8 December
Arts Centre, Melbourne
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Lamb by Jane Bodie 13 November – 13 December
Red Stitch Actors’ Theatre
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WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Minus One Sister by Anna Barnes 27 January – 3 February
Studio Underground, STCWA
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Banned by Barabra Hostalek 6-10 February
Perth Cultural Centre
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Skylab by Melodie Reynolds-Diarra 16 August to 2 September
Black Swan State Theatre Company
More info