2018 Media

18 October – 27 October 2018

Jesus Wants Me for a Sunbeam is theatre with a tender heart and a hard head, confronting, conflicting, complex and compelling.  Richard Cottor  Australian Stage Online

★★★★½ This is potent work, its pivot-point being Wol’s moment of blind fury at the injustice of her fate. Truman plays this with such heartbreaking conviction that you feel it shake the room to its core.  John Shand – Sydney Morning Herald

An extraordinarily moving night at the theatre, with performances emotionally pitched to the narrative movements of the work, accessible writing which strikes at the heart and a multilayered thematic examination of a very difficult subject.    Judith Greenaway – Sydney Arts Guide 

Under Yap’s delicate, insightful direction, this closely bound cast brings Rodgers’ confronting but beautiful play into intense reality – one which Rodgers’ says “made me question life’s great balancing act – how tightly do we hold on to each other and how hard it is to let go.” – Stage Whispers






28 June – 7 July 2018

As both writer and actor Vylet​ is engaging and entertaining, with a sharp eye for absurdity and a deft one for satire.” John Shand Sydney Morning Herald

Vylet’s story has been lovingly nurtured by a very sensitive and perceptive director, a talented, imaginative design team, the collaborative support of the National Theatre of Parramatta – and the “world of magic, diversity and community” that is Western Sydney.” Carol Wimmer –  Stage Whispers

 This is a very attractive production with an interesting cultural conundrum to digest.” Kevin Jackson

The entire production exudes theatrical craft.” Jason Blake – Audrey Journal






29 May – 1 June 2018


★★★★ “A drama of big ideas. It is both original and ambitious. Daily Review





18 – 24 March 2018

The cast, led by Vagulan’s, is full of warmth, curiosity and something you might recognise in yourself: a desire to do good and create meaningful change in a complicated world.”  Cassie Tongue – Time Out

Larnach’s writing has a sharp, self-consciously witty edge to it.”  Jason Blake – Audrey Journal

This is another moving, thought-provoking production under the auspices of NTofP’s commitment to “reflect today’s Australia and its diverse population.”  Stage Whispers