We return home with Meyne Wyatt in his semi-autobiographical City of Gold. This critically acclaimed, urgent piece of truth-telling is a co-production with Sydney Theatre Company and will be presented as part of Perth Festival. Find moments of laughter in sadness with families dealing with loss in Andrea Gibbs’ Barracking for the Umpire and Liz Newell’s Toast – both hilarious and devastating. Feed your soul with the multi award-winning global smash hit Once, a musical that brings strangers together in perfect harmony. Meet the Wingfield family, trapped in each other’s orbit whilst in the slippery grip of memory, in Tennessee Williams’ classic The Glass Menagerie. Enter an interactive world of mind games and mentalism with Lawrence Leung’s Connected. Travel through time and place with mother and daughter in Ella Hickson’s Oil, an explosively exciting play that hails from London’s Almeida Theatre, and asks: Is blood thicker than oil?
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Image 1: Actor, writer Meyne Wyatt in “City of Gold” 4-26 Mar, Heath Ledger Theatre. A Black Swan State Theatre Company and Sydney Theatre Company production as part of Perth Festival.
Image 2: Hayley McElhinney in Oil, image credit Frances Andrijich
Image 3: Mandy McElhinney in The Glass Menagerie, image credit Frances Andrijich
Image 4: Ian Wilkes in Barracking For The Umpire image credit Frances Andrijich
Image 5: Once, image credit Robert Catto