Plus Okenyo in Good People, and more.
Craig Reucassel and Chris Taylor of The Chaser feature in Ensemble Theatre's 2016 program.
The creators of The Chaser's Media Circus and this crowdfunding campaign will star in the world premiere Jack Of Hearts written and directed by beloved Australian playwright David Williamson, which will kick off the 2016 season, 29 January - 2 April.
The theatre moves out of Kirribilli to The Concourse Chatswood, 25 February - 13 March, for its second production of the year, the return of dance-comedy Six Dance Lessons In Six Weeks, starring Nancye Hayes and Todd McKenney.
Musician and actress Zinzi Okenyo, last seen in Belvoir's La Traviata, stars with Tara Morice in David Lindsay-Abaire's comedy of manners, Good People, 7 April - 21 May.
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Tribes follows up success in London and off-Broadway with an Aussie run, 26 May - 2 July, in a boy-meets-girl story, with hearing loss.
Mark Kilmurry adapts Tony Davis' dystopian novel The Big Dry, a co-production with Australian Theatre For Young People, 4 June - 2 July.
From 7 July - 20 August, Australian premiere A History Of Falling Things explores an uncommon fear, keraunothnetophobia.
It's Ensemble's turn to take on Harold Pinter's Betrayal, a love triangle between Guy Edmonds, Ursula MIlls and Matthew Zeremes, 16 July - 20 August.
Georgie Parker and Daniel Mitchell are just married and renting a very small apartment, 25 August - 8 October, in Neil Simon's classic play Barefoot In The Park.
Jane Cafarella's e-baby makes its Sydney premiere 13 October - 19 November. The new Australian play looks at modern motherhood, with Angie Milliken playing a very unconventional mother figure.
Wonderland's Tracy Mann closes the season in the timeless comedy Relatively Speaking by Alan Ayckbourn, 24 November - 14 January 2017.
For more information, or to purchase a subscription, head to Ensemble Theatre's website.