We’re delighted to unveil our 2018 Main Season—a year of extraordinary new Australian work.
David Finnigan tackles the climate change ‘debate’ in Australia with his 2017 Griffin Award-winning play, Kill Climate Deniers. Directed by Lee Lewis, this is the kind of play other mainstage companies can’t put on—it’s why Griffin exists.
Ever lived in a share-house? Good Cook. Friendly. Clean. is Brooke Robinson’s portrait of a woman slipping through the cracks of Sydney’s housing crisis. Funny until it’s not, Marion Potts directs this not always comfortable but timely play.
The choices of a parent and child collide in Kendall Feaver’s The Almighty Sometimes, directed by Lee Lewis. Quick-witted and bracingly honest, this play will guarantee Kendall a place as one of our next great writers.
Nick Coyle’s The Feather in the Web is an unpredictable and hilarious take on infatuation and self-discovery. Directed by Ben Winspear, the play skewers our obsession with couples and careers, asking just how much we’re willing to give (and lose) for love.