Past Shows


2017 – Italian Theatre Double Bill

  Growl Theatre and Danteatro Brisbane present an Italian language double bill (with English surtitles). The production consisted of two one act plays: L’uomo nudo e l’uomo in frak (One Was Nude and One Wore Tails) and Il carnevale degli insetti (Carnival of the Insects). ... Read More

2017 – The Hollow

In The Hollow by Agatha Christie, an unhappy game of romantic follow-the-leader explodes into murder. ... Read More

Play It Again, Sam

2017 – Play It Again, Sam

Woody Allen’s hilarious and actually rather moving comedy, Play It Again, Sam brings fabulous 1960s fashion and trade-mark neurotics to the Growl Theatre stage ... Read More

2017 – Lend Me A Tenor

Lend Me a Tenor by Ken Ludwig is filled with frenzied hilarity, filled with mistaken identities, forbidden romances, slamming doors, and a coterie of characters that the New York Times calls “one of the two great farces by a living writer.” ... Read More

2016 – Le Dieu du carnage

Le Dieu du carnage (God of Carnage) Growl Theatre brought French theatre to Brisbane for a second year in a row! The play was performed entirely in French with the inclusion of English surtitles (displayed above the stage).... Read More

2016 – The Constant Wife

The Constant Wife by W Somerset Maugham Our 3rd show for 2016 was a tale about duplicitous dealings, infidelity and the battle of the sexes. This play raised interesting questions about love, lust and the manoeuvres of marriage.... Read More

2016 – Blackadder the Third

 
Blackadder returned to Growl Theatre for a second year. This time the sarcastic Blackadder was the butler to the ridiculous Prince George, lover of enormous trousers. He's supported by his ever faithful sidekick Baldrick, the man who never changes his trousers.... Read More

2016 – Harvey

Our first show for 2016 was a great hit! A strong cast of new and familiar faces put on this hilarious production, playing to almost full houses multiple nights. ... Read More

Stories in the Dark

Our final production for 2015 was a beautiful and timely story, by Australian playwright Debra Oswald. The story was originally inspired by the civil war in former Yugoslavia, but the present conflict sadly highlights how timeless it is. ... Read More

2015 – Trois Versions de la Vie

Brisbane's first ever stage show performed entirely in French, with the inclusion of English surtitles sold out completely.  The feedback from everyone was fantastic, and we hope we can put on another French production in the future. ... Read More