Australia's longest running theatre collective with an emphasis on works relevant to the gay, lesbian, bi, straight, transgender communities  Out Cast was established in Melbourne in 1997. Since then we have undertaken very successful sell out seasons of our shows in Edinburgh, Dublin, Manchester, London and across Australia. Out Cast is run on a production to production basis of 4 shows a year as well as touring commitments. We hope to see you at our next show. We invite you to join our emailing list to stay up-to-date with current productions and please check out our sponsor links at the bottom of this page.

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The Realm of Wasps

Distinguished Gentlemen

Sex with Men

Jane Austen's Guide to Pornography

Here & After

Filthy Pervert Seeks Same


Sex with Men 2

Monstrous Acts

Gorgeous Bastard

Men in Lycra Rowing Shorts [and other fantasies]

Photo Gallery

Out Cast Theatre Photo Gallery

The Night My Boyfriend Turned into an Idiot!

Gertrude Stein and a Companion

Mr Brathwaite Has A New Boy - Edinburgh Fringe 2012

Monstrous Acts - Edinburgh Fringe 2012

Big Dicks On Stage - 1998 & 2008

Dead Queen

Searching For David

Love In A Cubicle 2012

Love In A Cubicle - 2002

Adventures of Butt Boy & Tigger - 2007

Adventures of Butt Boy & Tigger 2008 - 2014 Touring

Adventures of Butt Boy & Tigger - Edinburgh 2019

Mr Braithwaite Has a New Boy

Behind You! Behind You!

Bitch, Antigone - Edinburgh Fringe

Boy On The Beach

Bitch, Antigone

The Art Of Being Still

4 Queens 3

4 Queens 2

The Importance of Being Earnest as performed by 3 F*cking Queens & a Duck 2018 -

Ruff Trade

a poster for the importance of being a feminist feminist
a poster for the importance of being a feminist feminist

Steven Dawson - Artistic Director

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A good opportunity for me to thank all those wonderful actors and crew who have contributed so much to Out Cast's legacy. They have done it with little reward and always with grace. We love them all. And equally as important thank you to our audiences for their love and support. We couldn't do it without you. We tried but it just looked silly.