STC on tour

Black is the New White by Nakkiah Lui
Black is the New White production image. Photo by Prudence Upton.

Sydney Theatre Company regularly takes its productions around the country and overseas.

With tours around NSW, regional centres and the nation's capital cities, STC's work can be enjoyed by Australians from Perth to Wollongong, from Nunawading to Darwin. 

Internationally, STC puts Australian theatre artists on the world stage. Recent tours to Europe and the United States have included Waiting for Godot at the Barbican in London, Gross und Klein travelling around Europe, and The Present in a landmark season on Broadway.

2018 TOURS

Black is the New White
By Nakkiah Lui

This smash-hit, provocative and laugh-out-loud Aussie rom-com will have you dancing in your seat.

Brisbane season
Queensland Theatre, Playhouse, QPAC
1 – 17 Feb
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ACT/NSW tour
Various venues
21 Feb – 31 Mar
To be announced

Going Down
By Michele Lee

A co-production with Malthouse Theatre, Going Down is an outrageously funny new play about twenty-something sex, literature and spiralling out of control.

Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne
10 May – 3 Jun
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Blackie Blackie Brown:
The Traditional Owner of Death

By Nakkiah Lui

This Malthouse Theatre co-production has two actors, countless murders, heart-pumping animations and a brand new Aboriginal superhero.

Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne
5 – 29 Jul
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The Tragedy of
Hamlet: Prince of Skidmark
A Badaptation of the Bard

By The Listies

This hilarious, irreverent, interactive take on Shakespeare will have kids and adults screaming with laughter.

ACT/NSW tour
Various venues
26 Jul – 18 Aug
To be announced

The Wharf Revue 2018
Written and Created by Jonathan Biggins & Drew Forsythe

It’s back. There will be songs, there will be dance, and there will be very funny impressions.

Various venues
13 Sep – 10 Nov
To be announced


The Wharf Revue 2017:
The Patriotic Rag

Written and created by Jonathan Biggins, Drew Forsythe and Phillip Scott

A side-splitting parade of the year’s most memorable characters and the moments they’d prefer to forget.

12 Sep – 23 Sep 2017
Canberra Theatre Centre, Canberra

29 Sep – 30 Sep 2017
Orange Civic Theatre, Orange

4 Oct – 14 Oct 2017
Glen Street Theatre, Belrose

19 Oct – 21 Oct 2017
Whitehorse Centre, Nunawading

By Florian Zeller
Translated by Christopher Hampton
A co-production with Melbourne Theatre Company, The Father is a new, beautifully constructed mystery that has won awards in Paris, London and New York.
2 Nov – 16 Dec 2017
Melbourne Theatre Company, Melbourne