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By Dan Giovannoni
1 November - 25 November
A vicious and tender portrait of contemporary Australian society, capturing the haunting aspects of the human psyche.
Virgins & Cowboys
By Morgan Rose
30 November - 16 December
"The young-centric social commentary of Lena Dunham meets the sexual liberation of Amy Schumer"
By Jeffrey Jay Fowler
& Chris Isaacs
10 January - 27 January
A brutally honest and hilarious exploration of contemporary masculinity.
Intersection 2018: Chrysalis
BY 2017 National Studio Writers
31 January - 17 February
A collection of short plays written by the most exciting young playwrights in the country.
Kill Climate Deniers
By David Finnigan
23 February - 7 April
A play within a play, an action film inside a documentary, a satire inside a rave. Come join the party.
Good Cook. Friendly. Clean.
By Brooke Robinson
4 May - 16 June
A portrait of a woman slipping through the cracks of Sydney's housing crisis. It's not a comfortable play—it’s a critical one.
By Michael Andrew Collins
20 June - 7 July
What happens when we have to own up to things we have said—when our anonymity is stripped away?
By Hannie Rayson
9 July - 14 July
Playwright and author Hannie Rayson brings her sublimely comedic one-woman show to Griffin.
The Almighty Sometimes
By Kendall Feaver
27 July - 8 September
The choices of a parent and child collide in this extraordinary work about mental health and the medication of children.
By Jessica Bellamy
10 September - 15 September
A celebration of food, family and feminism that will stay with you long after you’ve left the theatre.
By Justin Fleming after Molière
28 August - 28 September
Justin Fleming and Lee Lewis reunite to bring you this glorious satire of polite society.
Script Club 2018
17 March - 20 October
Delve into a selection of classic Australian plays.
The Feather in the Web
By Nick Coyle
5 October - 17 November
From engagement parties to team-building weekends to improv comedy, this is an unpredictable coming-of-age story.
By Sam O'Sullivan
21 November - 1 December
Ever wanted to change the past? Charlie Pilgrim does, and she’s about to get her chance to do just that.
The Smallest Hour
By Phil Spencer & Susie Youssef
5 December - 15 December
A bleak romantic comedy from two of Sydney’s best-loved raconteurs.