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Published December 1st 2018
Why not get a Season Pass for this year and save
The 2019 Sydney Theatre Company has now produced its program for the year and there are many very interesting and worthwhile events to attend. See it live - see it at the Sydney Theatre Company!
2019 SEASON - JANUARY TO AUGUST MARY STUART This is played by two actors and is about one of history's great rivalries. It is a thrilling new version about an empire at stake and a queen's life hangs in the balance.
This classic has an excellent cast in this famous Tennessee Williams' play. It all takes place on a hot steamy night in Mississippi, when there are many lies revealed and the family's future is at stake.
TICKET INFORMATION A Season ticket is the most cost-effective way to see many of these plays as it can save you at least 20% on a full-price single ticket.
A Season ticket is a pack of 6 or more plays from the 2019 Season. Season ticket holders receive discounted tickets, the first pick of the best seats, the flexibility to swap dates and pay in instalments, as well as many special offers throughout the year.
Many of these plays sell out, so a Season ticket guarantees you will not miss out on the most exciting, popular theatre of 2019.
There are also no transaction fees when you book a Season ticket. You can check out these tickets here.
About the Sydney Theatre Company
Sydney Theatre Company was formed in 1978, following the closure of The Old Tote Theatre Company. Their first production, by The Paris Company was A Cheery Soul by Patrick White, Australia's Nobel Laureate for Literature. This was directed by Jim Sharman and featured Robyn Nevin as Miss Docker.
In its early years, the company operated out of several rented premises around the city, producing 38 productions in five separate venues.
The first STC production in The Wharf Theatre (now Wharf 1 Theatre) was in 1985. Since 1984 and the visionary adaptation and re-use of an industrial site by Sydney Theatre Company, Walsh Bay has been transformed into an arts precinct and residential area, which continues to attract adjunct services.
Roslyn Packer Theatre
This is the largest of the Sydney Theatre Company venues and is one of several industrial, heritage buildings which was converted into remarkable arts spaces along Sydney's Harbour.