NOMINATED FOR 2016 SYDNEY THEATRE AWARD FOR BEST INDEPENDENT PRODUCTION AND THE SILVER GULL PLAYWRIGHT'S AWARD.
SHORTLISTED FOR THE PHILIP PARSONS FELLOWSHIP.
"The Block Universe (Or So It Goes) is charming, perplexing and heart- warming all at once and O’Sullivan is one to watch. Get in now to say ‘I told you so’ when he becomes a big deal later. Or subscribe to the Block Universe theory, in which he was brilliant all along. Whatever. Just see it before it closes." Polly Simons. TIME OUT.
"A thrilling piece of work... It’s clever, touching, funny and highly recommended." Dianna Simmonds. STAGE NOISE.
NOMINATED FOR 2018 PERTH FRINGE BEST THEATRICAL PRODUCTION.
"A brilliant exploration of the past’s influence on our present, told from the perspective of a broken family and its four very different siblings." Elisha Hammond. DIRKSEY.
"Sam O’Sullivan’s clever, complex take on home and family shines in director Lucy Clements’ hands in The Wind in The Underground... Must See." Kim Kirkmain. ON THE TOWN
"Sam O’Sullivan questions the very notion of home in this superbly written play." Laura Money. FOURTH WALL MEDIA.
WINNER OF THE 2017 AUSTRALIAN THEATRE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE'S FOUNDATION COMMISSION.
NOMINATED FOR 2018 SYDNEY THEATRE AWARD FOR BEST PRODUCTION FOR YOUNG PEOPLE.
“Serves up an entertaining package of action, humour and head-scratching what-ifs. In short, all you need to feed the imagination of young audiences.” JASON BLAKE. AUDREY JOURNAL.
TOURING AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND AND HONG KONG IN 2019.
What happens when Calliope, an ancient Greek muse responsible for inspiring some of the greatest minds in history, develops an unhealthy addiction to her smart phone? Nothing good!
Who will inspire the artists of the world? Can Calliope get her Mojo back? This rollicking and energetic comedy introduces younger students to basic poetic concepts while laughing along to an array of famous and funny works. A hilarious romp full of heart - perfect for students just starting to learn about poetry!”
Commissioned by the acclaimed theatre in education company, Poetry in Action, Rhyme and Punishment features poems by Kate Tempest, Banjo Patterson, Emily Dickinson and W.B. Yeats and will be touring to high schools in 2019.