Events

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30 August, 2018
Balla Balla Community Centre, 65 Berwick-Cranbourne Rd
Cranbourne East
VIC
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07 September, 2018
Lyric Theatre
Sydney
NSW
This outrageous musical comedy follows the misadventures of a mismatched pair of Mormon boys sent on a mission to a place that's about as far from Salt Lake City as you can get.
The New York Times calls it "the best musical of this century." The Washington Post says, "It is the kind of evening that restores your faith in musicals, the funniest musical of all time."
15 September, 2018
Canberra Theatre Centre
Canberra
Australian Capital Territory
Meet the Duncans, a mob as funny as they are unforgettable. Back home on Tassie's Dog Island for birding season, and the threat of snakes and Pop's explosive temper, the family reunites with a country and culture still very much alive.
21 September, 2018
Riverside Theatre
Parramatta
New South Wales
An incredible WORK THAT explores themes of identity and displacement. Part mystery, part documentary, part forensic investigation, (Generation 3) Sleeplessness maps a remarkable Australian story.
22 September, 2018
Roslyn Packer Theatre, 22 Hickson Road
Walsh Bay
NSW
The world premieres of The Harp in the South: Part One and The Harp in the South: Part Two are designed to be enjoyed as one unforgettable, epic theatrical experience.
This major new work is one of the most ambitious productions STC has ever created. Celebrated playwright Kate Mulvany has adapted novelist Ruth Park’s revered Australian trilogy – Missus, The Harp in the South and Poor Man’s Orange – and spread these beloved stories across two equally ambitious plays.
22 September, 2018
Roslyn Packer Theatre, 22 Hickson Road
Walsh Bay
NSW
The world premieres of The Harp in the South: Part One and The Harp in the South: Part Two are designed to be enjoyed as one unforgettable, epic theatrical experience.
This major new work is one of the most ambitious productions STC has ever created. Celebrated playwright Kate Mulvany has adapted novelist Ruth Park’s revered Australian trilogy – Missus, The Harp in the South and Poor Man’s Orange – and spread these beloved stories across two equally ambitious plays.
04 October, 2018
Ensemble Theatre 78 McDougall St
Kirribilli
New South Wales
When experienced social worker Caroline Cox is assigned to navigate the case her professionalism is shaken by the complex family dynamics. When difficult decisions must be made will her gut instincts cloud her judgement?
09 October, 2018
Southbank Theatre, The Sumner
Melbourne
Victoria
Hiring a temporary carer requires some serious vetting. When Helen’s partner John heads off on a brief overseas trip she takes in a dubious young drifter and jack-of-all-trades to look after her through her illness. With a winning smile and incorrigible zest for life, he could be just the medicine she needs – if it wasn’t for the titanic secret he’s hiding. As an unexpected bond forms between them, tables begin to turn and Helen faces choices that are both intimate and monumental.
13 October, 2018
Palais Theatre
St Kilda
Victoria
When Golaud finds Melisande in the woods, alone and with a mysterious past, he claims her as his wife. After she meets his brother Pelleas, however, a secret love simmers between them while Golaud’s suspicions deepen. A family slowly corrodes as their tragic fates inevitably take hold.
20 October, 2018
Drama Theatre Sydney Opera House, Bennelong Point
Sydney
NSW
Written by Italian Nobel laureate Dario Fo in 1970, this farce with a political sting in its tail has become an absurdist classic. In a first for this play, director Sarah Giles has amped up the energy with an all-female cast led by some of the country’s funniest comedians. This is a smart and subversive new adaptation, created by Giles with co-adaptor Francis Greenslade (ABC’s Mad as Hell).