NASDA Productions Archive
NASDA presents: It's Only Life
June 6 2020
Longing, fulfilment, loss, triumph and wisdom are the major themes behind It’s Only Life, conceived by director Daisy Prince and award-winning songwriter John Bucchino.
NASDA presents: Mr Burns - A Post Electric play
May 29 2020
Get ready for a dizzying, dazzling mash up of TV, film, music and theatre! Gathered around a fire in the woods, survivors of a recent apocalyptic event try to forget how scared they are.
NASDA Presents: 42nd Street
16 August 2019
Show business dreams are made of this! Broadway, 1933. Peggy Sawyer has just arrived in New York from small town Pennsylvania with her tap shoes and big dreams for career on stage.
NASDA presents: Julius Caesar
17 June 2017
Believed to have been authored in 1599 and considered the greatest political drama ever written, Shakespeare’s masterpiece explores conspiracy, friendship, betrayal and the desperate fight for power in a world where everyone is vying to be kingpin.
NASDA presents: A Mark Ravenhill double-bill
7 April 2017
In their first production for 2017, NASDA presents two thought-provoking contemporary plays by English playwright, actor and journalist, Mark Ravenhill.
NASDA presents: Mad Forest
24 June 2016
Written by Caryl Churchill and performed by NASDA's talented second year students, Mad Forest centres around the 1989 revolution in communist Romania.
NASDA presents: Attempts on her life
6 June 2015
While there are suggestions that the woman, Anne, who does not appear in the play, might be the victim of violence or even murder, the "attempts" here seem to be more in the line of efforts to define, catalog or categorize this missing character.
NASDA presents: The Skriker
4 May 2015
The Skriker draws on ancient English and Irish folk and fairy tales to look at some inadmissibly dark truths about post-natal psychosis, fertility, motherhood and damaged nature.
NASDA presents: Dogg's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth
29 August 2014
Described as Tom Stoppard "at his word-playing, gleeful best", Dogg's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth is a clever exploration of language in two one-act plays.
NASDA presents: Once On This Island
8 November 2013
NASDA's second year students will be bringing the wonderful Ahrens and Flaherty's work to life in the theatre opening Friday, 8 November until Thursday 14 November.