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Current Season

The Trilogy

THE TRILOGY

28 February - 16 March 2014

Girl Asleep

GIRL ASLEEP

28 February - 15 March 2014

Fugitive

FUGITIVE

1 - 9 March 2014

School Dance

SCHOOL DANCE

12 - 16 March 2014

My Room

MY ROOM

From 28 February 2014

Grug and the Rainbow

GRUG AND THE RAINBOW

19 - 30 November 2014

 

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A national treasure

Sidney Myer Performing Arts Awards

The adults in the audience were having almost as much fun as the kids.

Australian Stage

...the best children's theatre company in the country...

Rosemary Sorensen, The Australian

One of the smartest companies in the Australian theatre scene...cheeky, youthful and smart all at the same time.

Aussie Theatre

Windmill continue their tradition of presenting children's theatre that isn't just for children, with great production values and a habit of never underestimating their core audience.

Adelaide Theatre Guide

Another quality escapist offering from our national children's flagship theatre company that will enjoy a long and optional destiny.

Sunday Mail, reviewing Escape from Peligro Island

Windmill has built a reputation for artistically adventurous and emotionally complex shows for young and family audiences.

Sydney Morning Herald

Windmill is testament to what financial and political support for children's theatre can achieve, the company having more than repaid the investment with a string of Helpmann awards, critically acclaimed collaborations with leading writers and companies, and even a Broadway debut.

The Sydney Morning Herald

Windmill Theatre, perhaps the most influential children's theatre company in the country.

The Australian

Go ahead and marvel at another richly imaginative offering from Windmill Theatre.

Crikey Daily Review

If theatre is going to prove itself culturally relevant to the youth audience it needs to embrace the kind of daring imagination, inventiveness, light and shadow, modern aesthetic and sheer boldness of productions like this one.

Lowdown Magazine on The Wizard of Oz