STC on tour

Sydney Theatre Company tours its productions throughout the nation and overseas to audiences upwards of 90,000 annually.

Touring in 2017


Former STC Artistic Director Andrew Upton's masterful adaptation of Anton Chekhov's play, directed by John Crowley. Premiered as part of Sydney Theatre Company's 2015 Season at Roslyn Packer Theatre Walsh Bay.

Cate Blanchett, Richard Roxburgh and the full original Australian cast are headed to Broadway. Read more on our online Magazine.

Previews: 17 Dec 2016 - 7 Jan 2017
Opening: 8 Jan 2017
Season: 10 Jan - 19 Mar 2017
Barrymore Theatre, New York City (USA)
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Our landmark award-winning adaptation of Kate Grenville's novel, directed by Neil Armfield. After premiering at Sydney Theatre Company in 2013 and returning for an encore season in 2016, the production now heads to Adelaide for a special outdoor season at the Anstey Hill quarry presented by Adelaide Festival and State Theatre Company South Australia.

28 Feb – 19 Mar 2017
Adelaide Festival and State Theatre Company South Australia, Adelaide


A co-production with Malthouse Theatre, Away is a moving portrayal of Australian families by Michael Gow.

3 May – 28 May 2017
Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne


A sharp new take on modern journalism and the 24-hour news cycle by Jonathan Biggins.

24 May – 27 May 2017
Glen Street Theatre, Belrose

31 May – 3 Jun 2017
Canberra Theatre Centre, Canberra


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

23 Aug – 27 Aug 2017
Merrigong Theatre Company, Wollongong

31 Aug – 2 Sep 2017
The Joan, Penrith

6 Sep – 9 Sep 2017
Riverside Theatre, Parramatta

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


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