In 2017, NUTS will put on 2 seasons of shows, one in each semester. These shows bring a diverse range of genres and opportunities to our membership and audiences alike.
All plays except for the major production are typically held in Studio One.
This play shows productions that have finished. Current shows can be found on our 'What's On' page.
SEMESTER ONE SHOWS
Written by William Shakespeare
“We are such stuff,
As dreams are made on, and our little life
Is rounded with a sleep.”
In this bold new production of The Tempest, a unique emphasis on physical performance, and the integration of live music, dance sequences, and silk aerials heightens the sense of metatheatricality and reminds us of the bittersweet impermanence of both art and life.
Director: Casuarina O'Brien
Producer: Liam Jarvis
DOMESTIC 2017: Saturday NUTS Fever
Written by NUTS Members
NUTS' Domestic is back and bigger than ever, with this year's theme being "Saturday NUTS Fever"! Domestic is NUTS' annual sketch and short scene show put on early in the year to show all our new (and returning) members the ins and outs of a show week!
Produced by Stuart Maclaine and Georgia Watkins
NUTS/MTS Cabaret Night 2017
Collection of Songs, Acts and Tomfoolery
"Start spreading the news, I'm leaving today
I want to be a part of it, New York, New York!"
It is NUTS tradition to start the year off with a bang, and what better way to bring in the new year than with a raunchy Cabaret? This year's theme is New York, New York! I'm talking about everything from Jay-Z to Sinatra, West Side Story to Saturday Night Fever (there's a sneaky Domestic reference for you), The Producers to Little Shop of Horrors!
Hosted by Andrew Signor and Zac Bush
Collaboration with MTS
Written by Simon Stephens
“Sometimes the world is a bit unnerving. Some people do awful things…”
Punk Rock is a provocative and compelling play by multi-award winning playwright Simon Stephens about violence and mental illness among disaffected youth. The play involves seven teenagers (William, Lilly, Bennet, Chadwick, Nicholas, Tanya and Cissy) in their final year at an elite, fee-paying grammar school in Stockport (UK).
However, as exam pressure builds tensions flare and expose a raw undercurrent of panic and hostility.
Directed by Kathleen Quere
Produced by Veronica Barac
Between Two Waves
Written by Ian Meadows
Between Two Waves shows a vision of the future that is not so simple. The optimism for the future that was enjoyed by our parents and theirs can often feel a distant luxury when there is no way of knowing what that future will look like.
Directed by Michael Booker
Produced by Keri Tsaoucis
Dusa, Fish, Stas and Vi
Written by Pam Gems
Following the lives of four women at various stages of their 20’s. Dusa, a mother fretting about the safety of her children. Fish, a lawyer struggling with her love life. Stas, working two jobs to study abroad. And Vi, who is in and out of hospital due to her mental health.
Join us in Fish’s apartment to watch the lives of these women unravel; hope is found, breakdowns are inevitable and the four women’s limits are tested from one extreme to the other.
Directed by Georgia Watkins
Produced by Chiara Middleton