KXT was established by bAKEHOUSE Theatre Company in late 2015 as part of a plan to help support and grow the arts community in Sydney. bAKEHOUSE Theatre Company has been producing, identifying, engaging, and investing in independent theatre, diverse works as well as new and emerging artists since 2008.


Located Level 2, we are proud to be providing a space for the theatre to provide opportunities for emerging and established artists, particularly those from culturally diverse backgrounds.

bAKEHOUSE strive to contribute to the diversity, vibrancy and sustainability of Sydney’s rich cultural and artistic communities.

APRIL 2 -17

Dead Skin by Laneikka Denne

Andie is seventeen. Andrea is seventeen. They work in a convenience store at the same time in their lives, disconnected by time, they find a connection through the never-ending moment of love; when the world really does fucking explode.


Presented by White Box Theatre


Director Kim Hardwick with Ruby Maishman, Sarah Jane Kelly, Abe Mitchell, Laneikka Denne, Camila Ponti-Alvarez

APRIL 23 – 08 MAY

Yellow Face by David Henry Hwang

After taking a stand against the whitewashing of an Asian role in an upcoming Broadway musical, famous playwright David Henry Hwang becomes a role model for the Asian community.


Presented by Dinosaurus Productions


Director Tasnim Hossain with Jonathan Chan, Helen Kim, Adam Marks, Kian Pitman, Idam Sondhi, Whitney Richards, Shan-Ree Tan

MAY 12 – 22

Two Twenty Somethings Decide Never To Be Stressed About Anything Ever Again. Ever by Michael Costi

A new Australian comedy about a generation who feel entitled to happiness, by 2020 Phillip Parsons Fellow Michael Costi.


Presented by Bite Productions


Director Eve Beck with Tom Anson Mesker, Jasmin Simmons, Elliott Mitchell