The Anxiety Trilogy
Spanning eight years of performing and a lifetime of material, The Anxiety Trilogy consists of a body of work laid bare—a raw and honest tour de force. Using their own experiences and stories, Gavin Roach, explores the depths of bullying, mental illness, homophobia, isolation, self-harm, body image, alcoholism, Queer identity and much much more.

My Wife Peggy
George seems to have it all. A simple life for a simple man. He has his wife, his Peggy. And his girls. He’s got two little girls. And nothing will change that. But tonight, on his birthday, he will come face to face with the brutal hand of fate and confront an unknown that we all fear … death.

Following an entire election cycle within a prestigious university, How To Vote! explores the treacherous political landscape of campus life, and what happens when you put the word ‘student’ before journalism, politics and theatre.

Commissioned by Canberra Youth Theatre, this whip-smart political comedy by Julian Larnach is an epic exploration of power and what it takes to wrestle it from your enemies’ cold, dead hands—all while scraping through your end-of-semester exams.

  • contemporary, drama, solo and/or one person
  • 132
  • 1 total
  • 1 male identifying
  • gender, grief, lgbtqia+, mental health, political/social, self-acceptance, sexuality
  • 12 to 16, 16 to 18, 18+
  • adult language, misogynist language, physical abuse, queerphobic language, sexist language
  • yes
  • teen, young adult, adult
  • Currency Press


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