The Little Eggs Collective represents a unique contribution to Australian contemporary theatre in working across artistic mediums such as live music, movement, and spoken word to deliver highly collaborative, accessible, timely, and compelling performances. “Artistically and intellectually rigorous, expressively expansive and technically perfect” (Sydney Arts Guide, 2018), our company has grown to specialise in embracing familiar narratives to discuss global social phenomena such as fascism (PINOCCHIO, 2018) and climate change (The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, “a mighty immersion in great works. ★★★★★” ArtsHub, 2019). Through intensive research and extensive devising, we offer audiences worlds both surreal and familiar with tight performances that are “completely satisfying” (Audrey Journal, 2019).
Eggs' 2018 Sydney Fringe production of PINOCCHIO won two Sydney Fringe Awards and in 2019, our sold out production of The Rime of the Ancient Mariner at KXT's Bordello Room garnered five star reviews, and landed a place in both 'The Best of 2019' in the Audrey Journal and the Sydney Morning Herald. During 2020, we held residencies with Casula Powerhouse, KXT and Shopfront Arts Co-op and our February production of Symphonie Fantastique was labelled “An early contender for a best independent theatre award for 2021” by the Audrey Journal - ★★★★.5
"Little Eggs are making completely different theatre in Sydney, constantly reimagining the possibilities of the theatre to tell stories" - Night Writes
"The Little Eggs Collective has a stunningly effective performance technique" - ArtsHub
"A dynamic, daredevil team with a new and exciting theatrical approach" - Cutcommon Mag
Sydney Morning Herald
Little Eggs is determined to create work of quality and ambition, while celebrating the diversity of our community. We are committed to working in a highly collaborative environment and across multiple theatrical mediums to deliver work that is original, compelling and accessible.
The Little Eggs Collective acknowledges the Gadigal Peoples of the Eora Nation, the traditional owners of the land on which we create and perform, and we pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. We also acknowledge that sovereignty of this land was never ceded.