A satire with its gaze squarely on modern journalism, social media and the 24-hour news cycle, brand new Australian play Talk, by writer and director Jonathan Biggins (The Wharf Revue), is currently in rehearsals at The Wharf.

3 Apr – 20 May, Sydney Opera House
More info & tickets [ Bit.ly Link ]

With Valerie Bader, Helen Christinson, Paige Gardiner, Peter Kowitz, Lucia Mastrantone, Kenneth...
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Sydney Theatre Company
03/23/2017 at 06:49. Facebook
A fascinating discussion about our epic thriller Chimerica, and the challenges in staging this ambitious production on ABC RN Books and Arts. The interview is peppered with archive audio from June 1989, including a moving clip of former Prime Minister Bob Hawke's national address.

Audio: Chimerica on Books and Arts

Sydney Theatre Company
03/23/2017 at 03:54. Facebook
Just 9 days left before Chimerica closes. Don't miss your chance to see the deeply moving and visually spectacular thriller. Only until 1 Apr. Tickets > [ Bit.ly Link ]
Sydney Theatre Company
03/22/2017 at 03:41. Facebook
Discover the story of Jonathan Biggins' new satire Talk, coming soon to Sydney Opera House.

Synopsis: Talk

Sydney Theatre Company
03/21/2017 at 05:36. Facebook
Heading to see Chimerica? Listen to our latest podcast to find out more about the creation of the enormous production and how it was informed by the history of the Tiananmen Square protests in 1989.

Podcast: Chimerica Q&A

Sydney Theatre Company
03/20/2017 at 05:44. Facebook
In a dirt-dry town in rural Australia, a shot shatters the still night. A mother and her daughters have just welcomed home the man of the house… with a bullet.

Griffin Theatre Company's production of Angus Cerini's "thrillingly subversive and deeply affecting" ( Time Out Sydney) The Bleeding Tree is currently playing at The Wharf.

With only a handful of tickets left across the season, don't...
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Sydney Theatre Company
03/19/2017 at 07:06. Facebook
Tonight is the final show of The Present on Broadway.

It's been thrilling to bring such an amazing all-Australian cast to the Broadway stage.

In the words of The Huffington Post, "the excellence of the entire acting company of thirteen makes it abundantly clear why the U.S. producers went to the expense of importing them from Australia."

Congratulations to all on a wonderful season and...
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Sydney Theatre Company
03/18/2017 at 06:36. Facebook
Tomorrow is the final show of the Adelaide season of The Secret River! It has been incredible to bring the production to more audiences, especially in the stunning surrounds of the Anstey Hill Quarry thanks to Adelaide Festival and State Theatre Company South Australia.

Photo by State Theatre South Australia
Listen as they discuss the premise of the darkly comic play, the lingering power of radio shock jocks, social media and measuring the boundaries of free speech.

Audio: Talk on ABC Radio

A drone's-eye view of The Secret River in the stunning natural surrounds of the Anstey Hill Quarry. After a highly successful Adelaide season, thanks to Adelaide Festival and State Theatre Company South Australia, the production closes on Sunday night. This video is by our Head of Sound, Ben Lightowlers.
An interview with Geraldine Hakewill from Chimerica on Channel 7's The Daily Edition

Geraldine Hakewill stars in play inspired by famous 'Tank Man' photo

Guo Jian, a contemporary artist living in Sydney having been deported from China, shares his memories of the Tiananmen protests after seeing Chimerica by Lucy Kirkwood.

β€˜I remember the blood stain on my aboriginal T-shirt’: Artist recalls the horror of Tiananmen Square

Mark Leonard Winter, Matthew Backer, Rebecca Massey and Brent Hill

Photo by Brett Boardman
Goodbye Porpoise Spit, hello Sydney! Tickets to the highly-anticipated, dazzling new stage show are on sale now. Exclusive to Sydney.
Discover the origins of the film and the challenges of turning it into a new musical.

Podcast: PJ Hogan talks Muriel's Wedding

Discover what audiences are saying about Chimerica, Lucy Kirkwood's enthralling thriller directed by Kip Williams.
Due to popular demand, we've just released more tickets to Nakkiah Lui's delightfully incisive new romantic comedy.

Black is the New White, 5 May – 17 Jun

Undateable. Unemployable. Unstoppable. Tickets for the highly-anticipated, dazzling new stage show Muriel's Wedding the Musical go on sale Monday 13 March. Exclusive to Sydney, don't miss out!

Muriel's Wedding the Musical, playing from 6 Nov

"This production is a triumph." The Australian.

Don't miss Chimerica by Lucy Kirkwood, playing until 1 Apr.
Tickets > [ Bit.ly Link ]