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See 3 plays for $144


Next year’s about to get a whole lot more dramatic... 

Go down the rabbit hole with a twist on Oscar Wilde, or on-the-pulse conversations about protest, power and art. Get up close to stars like Rose Byrne and Hugo Weaving, and step outside your comfort zone. Explore vital queer stories: from love in the trans community, to Broadway’s first lesbian heroine. See a dark and daring Australian true-crime mystery, or a blistering American classic burning with obsession and jealousy. In 2020, discover a different kind of night out. 

Book a special Mini Package of 3 – 5 plays and pay just $48 per play, Monday – Thursday. Plus, have the option to pay it off in 4 instalments.*

Pick your plays...

The Deep Blue Sea

By Terence Rattigan
Directed by Paige Rattray

Affairs, unrequited love, jealously, loss, longing and one era-defying woman just trying to find herself. This is everything you want from a beautiful mid-century drama, starring Marta Dusseldorp.

4 Feb – 7 Mar | Roslyn Packer Theatre

  

No Pay? No Way!

By Dario Fo
In a new adaptation by Marieke Hardy
Directed by Sarah Giles

The wives are rebelling! They’re ransacking supermarkets, running rings ‘round police and wreaking havoc in this new comedy. 

10 Feb – 20 Mar | Drama Theatre, Sydney Opera House
1 Apr – 4 Apr | Riverside Theatres, Parramatta

  

Home, I’m Darling

By Laura Wade
Directed by Jessica Arthur

A high-powered exec ditches blazers for baking in this topical take-down of ‘50s nostalgia and determinedly rose-coloured glasses

6 Apr – 16 May | Drama Theatre, Sydney Opera House

  

Triple X

By Glace Chase
Directed by Paige Rattray

NYC-based Australian performer Glace Chase writes and stars in this racy, riotous and very twenty-first century rom-com. This is the trans love story we need.

30 Apr – 23 May | Playhouse, Sydney Opera House

  

The 7 Stages of Grieving

By Wesley Enoch and Deborah Mailman
Directed by Shari Sebbens

Touching, gut-wrenching and unexpectedly funny, go on a vivid journey through Aboriginal history.

30 May – 13 Jun | Roslyn Packer Theatre

  

The Writer

By Ella Hickson
Directed by Jessica Arthur

Wild, raw and bitingly relevant, this is a furious swipe at the patriarchy, privilege and the business of making art.

20 Jun – 11 Jul | Roslyn Packer Theatre

  

The Picture of Dorian Gray

By Oscar Wilde
Adapted and directed by Kip Williams

The century-old story of the world’s most infamous hedonist is revamped and reborn, with all its original wit and wickedness in tow. 

21 Jul – 15 Aug | Roslyn Packer Theatre

  

Fun Home

Music by Jeanine Tesori; Book and Lyrics by Lisa Kron
Based on the novel by Alison Bechdel
Directed by Dean Bryant

A Tony Award-winning musical about coming out, coming of age and coming to terms, based on Alison Bechdel’s graphic memoir.

29 Aug – 2 Oct | Roslyn Packer Theatre

  

Wonnangatta

By Angus Cerini
Directed by Jessica Arthur

Hugo Weaving and Wayne Blair unite in this dark, riveting true-crime tale by The Bleeding Tree writer, Angus Cerini.

7 Sep – 17 Oct | Drama Theatre, Sydney Opera House

  

Rules for Living

By Sam Holcroft
Directed by Susanna Dowling    

Playing by the rules has never been so fun. This is a deliciously dysfunctional twist on family Christmas.

26 Oct – 12 Dec | Drama Theatre, Sydney Opera House

  

A View from the Bridge

By Arthur Miller
Directed by Kip Williams

Rose Byrne and Emmy Award-winner Bobby Cannavale, her real-life partner, star in Arthur Miller’s explosive classic.

8 Dec – 16 Jan | Roslyn Packer Theatre

Pick your package...

Just $48. Per Play. Monday – Thursday. 

If you’re a theatre newbie or just a dabbler, get started with 3 plays for $144.

Or 4 plays for $192.

Or jump straight in with 5 plays for $240.

Every package comes with added bonuses: 

  • You can pay off the cost over 4 instalments*
  • $0 transaction fees
  • Get great seats before the plays go on sale to the public

 

*Pay in instalments - conditions apply