7 Sep — 17 Oct 2020
Drama Theatre, Sydney Opera House
By Angus Cerini
Directed by Jessica Arthur
A haunting tale of mystery and revenge
Wonnangatta Station, 1918. Two men arrive at a dark and empty farmhouse looking for the manager, their friend Jim Barclay. No one’s heard from him for more than a month. Something’s amiss. Then a grim discovery sets the men off on a journey across the harsh Australian terrain, looking for answers, maybe for revenge.
Angus Cerini’s multi-award-winning The Bleeding Tree was a sensation on its premiere at Griffin Theatre and again when remounted by STC at The Wharf. In Wonnangatta, Cerini’s dark lyricism explores the Australian landscape – geographic and psychological – in a hard-driving yet poetic celebration of language and story.
Theatrical powerhouses Hugo Weaving and Wayne Blair bring these words to life in an exciting world premiere production directed by Resident Director Jessica Arthur.
This Australian gothic fable will keep you on the edge of your seat.
“Something’s not right. Not right at all.”
Wonnangatta was developed and produced with the assistance of the Australian Writers’ Guild David Williamson Prize Development Grant.
2020 Ticket Packages - book more and save!
A Season Ticket of 6+ plays saves you at least 20% on full price single tickets, with loads of flexibility and exclusive benefits through the year. Or book a Mini Package of 3 – 5 plays. More info.
Season Ticket prices
Saturday evening A Reserve $88
Adult A Reserve $82
Seniors cardholder $74
Under 30 $45
Mini Package prices
Fri & Sat A Reserve $99
Adult A Reserve $92.70
Seniors cardholder $83.70
Under 30 $48
Mon – Thu performances
Adult A Reserve $103
Seniors cardholder $93
Under 30 $50
Fri & Sat performances
A Reserve $110
All tickets $50
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Single ticket bookings: $8 online; $8 telephone; $0 Box Office counter
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