Sydney Theatre Company

Recognised as one of the world's most exciting and original theatre companies, Sydney Theatre Company is at the heart of Australia's cultural landscape. We present work at our home at The Wharf, the Roslyn Packer Theatre and at the Sydney Opera House.
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Sydney Theatre Company

RBG: OF MANY, ONE

This is an intimate, behind-the-curtain audience with one woman who changed the face of the American legal system and history, all performed by one actor: the incomparable Heather Mitchell.

by Suzie Miller
Directed by Priscilla Jackman

Wharf 1 Theatre

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Sydney Theatre Company

A Raisin in the Sun

An iconic work of American theatre, a powerful portrait of one Black family's struggle to hold onto hope in a society intent on keeping them down, and an unmissable night of theatre.

by Lorraine Hansberry
Directed by Wesley Enoch

Wharf 1 Theatre

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Sydney Theatre Company

The Lifespan of a Fact

In her debut performance with STC, icon of the Australian screen and stage Sigrid Thornton will lead this thrilling, stylish and hyperintelligent hit Broadway comedy that tackles the great question of our time: true or false?

by Jeremy Kareken & David Murrell and Gordon Farrell
Directed by Paige Rattray

Roslyn Packer Theatre

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Drama

Sydney Theatre Company

Chalkface

Played by the fantastic Catherine McClements, Pat is a jaded, stalwart primary school teacher who isn't afraid to voice her opinions: all kids are terrors, the school's a zoo and her colleagues are nitwits. Enter Anna, played by Stephanie Somerville in her STC mainstage debut, who is bright-eyed, idealistic and just out of university…

by Angela Betzien
Directed by Jessica Arthur

Drama Theatre at Sydney Opera House

November

Sydney Theatre Company

The Tempest

The iconic Richard Roxburgh returns to the STC stage for the first time in years to play one of theatre's greatest roles in this deeply moving reflection on life, love, and what it means to let go.

by William Shakespeare
Directed by Kip Williams

Roslyn Packer Theatre

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