1990. Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme by Frank McGuinness
Directed by Maeliosa Stafford with Patrick Dickson, Danny Adcock, Robert Davis, Jonathan Sweet, Jaime Robertson and John O’Hare. @ The Crossroads.
“Fierce, compelling, and infinitely compassionate” –Pamela Payne SMH.
1990. Little Malcolm and His Struggle Against the Eunuchs by David Halliwell
Directed by Maeliosa Stafford with Patrick Dickson, Mark Pegler, Jonathan Sweet, John O’Hareand Kim Lewis @ The Crossroads.
“This is superb theatre which catches the heart and mind….. don’t miss it on any account.”
–Paul Le Petit Sunday Tele.
1992. Prelude to Joyce's Artist
Directed by Bocdan Koca
With Danny Adcock, Jaime Robertson, John O'Hare, Anna Broinowski, Clara Mason and Mary Regan.@ The Crossroads.
O'Punksky's and Thalia.
"Haunting and enchanting... this is a superb ensemble." - Bob Evans, SMH, 18th June 1992
1992. The Slab Boys by John Byrne
Directed by Andrew Lewis.
With John O’Hare, Bob Willox, Andrew Gilbert, James Hagen, Gerry Lepkowski, Kim Lewis, Lysa Kelly and Denise Roberts. @ The Crossroads.
“This is the kind of ensemble acting one finds rarely on the Sydney stages.” –Angela Bennie, SMH
1993. Blue Remembered Hills by Dennis Potter
Directed by Caroline Grose.
With John O’Hare, Kim Lewis, Lysa Kelly, Bob Willox, Mitchel Butel, David Wenham and Richard Roxburgh. @ The Crossroads.
“What makes this production special is the fine close work of the actors.” –John McCallum Australian.
Critic Circle Award Nominations: Most Outstanding Production.
1994. The Carthaginians by Frank McGuiness
Directed by John O’Hare with Lysa Kelly, Sean O’Shea, Tim McGarry, Maeve Germaine,Suzi Doherty and Helen O’Connor. @ TheCrossroads.
“Yet another wonderful production from O’Punksky’s” – Ian Phipps Sun Herald.
1998/9 and 2000. The Faith Healer by Brian Friel
Directed by John O’Hare with Maeliosa Stafford, Danny Adcock and Lorna Leslie.
@ The Old Fitzroy, The Wharf Studio and the Ensemble.
“John O’Hare’s direction unites intelligent writing and gifted performers… A sublime humanity…..” -Doug Anderson SMH.
1998, 2000/3. The Gigli Concert by Tom Murphy
Directed by John O’Hare and designed by Gordon Burns
with Tracy Mann, Patrick Dickson and Maeliosa Stafford .
@ The Old Fitzroy, Perth International Festival and New Theatre for Sydney Carnivale.
“…..three of the most mesmerizing, galvanising performances I’ve ever seen….
I’ve seen no better theatre in Sydney all year.” -Leo Schofield Sun Herald.
1st for Production and 1st for Performance -Colin Rose The Year in Review Sun Herald Time Out. Best Production Glugs of Gosh.
2000. Bailegangaire (the town without laughter) by Tom Murphy
Directed by Maeliosa Stafford and designed by Gordon Burns
With Amanda Shillabeer and Jennifer Kent.
@ The Seymour Centre.
“…. This is, by any measure, an emphatic production of an extraordinary play.” Colin Rose Sun Herald.
2003. The Cavalcaders by Billy Roche
Directed by Maeliosa Stafford, designed by Gordon Burns with Danny Adcock Patrick Dickson, John O’Hare, Sean O’Shea and Susan Prior.
O’Punksky creatives @ The Ensemble Theatre.
“Maeliosa Stafford moves right in on the emotional truthfulness of a scene….
These are exquisite performances.” Colin Rose Sun Herald.
2003. Winter’s Discontent by William Zappa
Directed by Maeliosa Stafford, starring William Zappa, with original design by Patrick Dickson.
Creative development @ School of Performance Studies, Sydney University.
2012. The Seafarer by Conor McPherson
Directed by Maeliosa Stafford, design by Amanda McNamara with Patrick Dickson, John O’Hare, Patrick Connolly, Moy Stafford and William Zappa. @ Darlinghurst Theatre.
‘… Stafford directs one of the most outstanding and most outstandingly well matched casts you’ll see this year…. or this decade… even this lifetime….’ Crikey. ‘The performances are expertly crafted and unflinchingly sharp.’ SMH. ‘Seafarer fits this talented ensemble like a glove’. Irish Echo.
Glug Award for Most Outstanding Production.
2014. The Gigli Concert by Tom Murphy
Directed by John O'Hare, design by Gordon Burns with Patrick Dickson, Maeliosa Stafford and Kim Lewis @ Eternity Playhouse.
2017. The Night Alive by Conor McPherson
Directed by Maeliosa Stafford, design by Alison Bradshaw with Patrick Dickson. Cast: John O'Hare, Laurence Coy, Sarah Jane Kelly, Darren Sabadina & Patrick Dickson. Producer: Hillary Ray.
SM: Bronte Shuftan. @ Old Fitz.
2017. What Are They Smoking at the RBA? A short film for The Henry Halloran Trust, University of Sydney. Presented and produced by Patrick Dickson.
2018. Victor Ego or The Brainstorm by Patrick Dickson.
Directed by Maeliosa Stafford. Conceived, designed, produced and performed by Patrick Dickson. Costume by Alison Bradshaw, lightng by Lis Shelley, projection art by Scott Baker, stage management and technical support by Bronte Shuftan. Original music by Fiona Hill and Matthew Perry. @ The Murrtah Hall.