Explore the 2015 Season below or take a look at our online Season brochure

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Choose between 6 — 13 plays from the main season and you’re on your way to building your perfect 2015 Season Ticket package and a wonderful year of theatre…
 

THE PLAYS

AFTER DINNER
By Andrew Bovell

CLOSED

The 1980s are brought hilariously to life in this comedy about friendship and singledom, featuring Helen Thomson, Josh McConville, Anita Hegh, Glenn Hazeldine and Rebecca Massey.

15 Jan - 7 Mar 2015 | Wharf 1 Theatre
 

SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER
By Tennessee Williams

CLOSED

Robyn Nevin returns to the STC stage in Tennessee Williams’ lush, poetic vision of a New Orleans family whose reputation is on the line.

9 Feb - 21 Mar | Drama Theatre, Sydney Opera House

  

RIVERRUN
The voice of the river in James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake
Adapted and performed by Olwen Fouéré

CLOSED

Hailed as a masterpiece in London and Ireland, riverrun is a bold and captivating solo performance based on James Joyce’s final book Finnegans Wake.

10 Mar - 11 Apr 2015 | Wharf 2 Theatre

JUMPY
By April De Angelis

Comedy icon Jane Turner (Kath & Kim) makes her STC debut in this frank and funny family drama that charts the mother of all midlife crises.

26 Mar - 16 May 2015 | Drama Theatre, Sydney Opera House

ENDGAME
By Samuel Beckett

Following on from Waiting for Godot, Hugo Weaving and Andrew Upton pick up where they left off with Samuel Beckett’s masterpiece Endgame.

31 Mar - 9 May 2015 | Sydney Theatre

BOYS WILL BE BOYS
By Melissa Bubnic

SOLD OUT

The world premiere of this smart, risqué new play features Danielle Cormack (Rake) unearthing the dirty dealings of the finance world and the secrets of one woman’s ruthless rise up the ladder.

16 Apr - 16 May 2015 | Wharf 2 Theatre

BATTLE OF WATERLOO
By Kylie Coolwell

LIMITED AVAILABILITY

An extraordinary debut by playwright Kylie Coolwell, Battle of Waterloo features Shari Sebbens (The Sapphires) in a tender and engaging family drama set in the heart of Sydney.

1 Jun - 27 Jun 2015 | Wharf 1 Theatre

LOVE AND INFORMATION
By Caryl Churchill

The Australian premiere of a new play by Caryl Churchill, one of the world’s foremost playwrights. This unique snapshot of the modern era gives us tantalising glimpses into the lives of over a hundred characters.

9 Jul - 15 Aug 2015 | Wharf 1 Theatre

THE PRESENT
After Anton Chekhov’s Platonov
By Andrew Upton

LIMITED AVAILABILITY

Cate Blanchett and Richard Roxburgh star in Andrew Upton’s new adaptation of Chekhov’s first play.

4 Aug - 19 Sep 2015 | Sydney Theatre

DEATH AND THE MAIDEN
By Ariel Dorfman

SEASON EXTENDED!

A gripping revenge thriller from the award-winning pen of Ariel Dorfman, starring Susie Porter (Puberty Blues) and Eugene Gilfedder (The Effect).

28 Aug - 17 Oct 2015 | Wharf 1 Theatre

ARMS AND THE MAN
By George Bernard Shaw

George Bernard Shaw’s trademark wit and sparkling dialogue shine in this deliciously romantic comedy, guided by legendary director Richard Cottrell.

14 Sep - 31 Oct 2015 | Drama Theatre, Sydney Opera House

ORLANDO
From the novel by Virginia Woolf
Adapted by Sarah Ruhl

Based on the novel by Virginia Woolf, Sarah Ruhl’s adaptation is a romantic frolic through the ages starring Jacqueline McKenzie.

9 Nov - 19 Dec 2015 | Drama Theatre, Sydney Opera House

KING LEAR
By William Shakespeare

Geoffrey Rush and Neil Armfield join forces to bring us a King Lear like no other.

24 Nov 2015 - 9 Jan 2016 | Sydney Theatre

 

SPECIAL SEASON OFFERS
FOR OUR SEASON TICKET HOLDERS

Season Ticket Holders have an exclusive access period for these shows that are guaranteed to have high demand. Tickets will be snapped up quickly, so get the best available seats at a discounted price before they go on sale to the public.

STORM BOY
By Colin Thiele
Adapted for the stage by Tom Holloway

LIMITED AVAILABILITY

The cherished childhood favourite brought to the stage in a return season.

24 Apr - 17 May 2015 | Wharf 1 Theatre

THE WHARF REVUE 2015
Written and created by Jonathan Biggins, Drew Forsythe and Phillip Scott

Everyone’s favourite political satirists return to The Wharf in order to put our country’s year in perspective – wigs, songs and all.

21 Oct - 19 Dec 2015 | Wharf 1 Theatre