From comedies to catastrophes, international hits to local masterpieces and with acting greats such as Sigrid Thornton, Richard Piper and writers like comedy trio Santo Cilauro, Tom Gleisner and Rob Sitch, the MTC's 2014 line-up is a season full of promise.
With packages starting from just $210 for seven plays, you won't even need to agonise over which ones to see. Of course, if there's just one play in particular you have your heart set on or you're only in town for a few days, single tickets are also available from set dates for each play (check the links below for dates).
Any comedy by the hilarious trio of Santo Cilauro, Tom Gleisner and Rob Sitch is surely a must-see. The drama unfolds on Air Force One as the US President heads over to meet with the British PM to make a Christmas speech. What ensues is a major international crisis.
Starring Jane Harber, David James and Toby Truslove.
Sigrid Thornton. Do you really need to know anything else? Drug trial clinic. Two test subjects. On antidepressants. They fall in love. Award winning play by Lucy Prebble, straight from London. Now go and see it.
Solo shows are always a risk but with BAFTA Award winner Miriam Margolyes you're in safe hands. Join Miriam as she brings Hollywood agent to the stars, Sue Mengers, to life, and dishes all the juicy gossip from 1981 onwards.
Bring the year to a close with this world premiere musical theatre production from the unstoppable creative team of Joanna Murray-Smith (writer), Simon Phillips (director) and Bernadette Robinson (star of the show).
Pennsylvania Avenue weaves together a narrative of the White House's musical history.