2018 Deakin Theatre Season

Geelong Performing Arts Centre's 2018 Deakin Theatre Season was launched last night and it's going to be pretty damn good.

The season kicks off in February with A Little Night Music, an award winning Sondheim classic starring Nadine Garner (star of ABC's The Doctor Blake Mysteries, amongst a long bio) alongside theatre veteran John O’May (Cabaret, Phantom of the Opera).

Then in April, the circus comes to town! Nationally and internationally renowned Brisbane circus troupe Circa will head south with its thrilling new work Peepshow, a delight for the senses presented up close and personal in the intimate Drama Theatre.


New Australian drama includes The Bleeding Tree by Angus Cerini - an award winning production from Sydney’s Griffin Theatre, visiting Geelong for the first time. The company will return later in the year with a second exciting work direct from its Australian premiere, The Almighty Sometimes.

Local choir Raise the Bar (the adult choir from Geelong Youth Choir) will feature in The Events, a powerful new play by David Greig starring Catherine McClements.

A Little Night Music

From Tasmania comes a must-see Australian production The Season featuring charismatic Trevor Jamieson in a laugh-out-loud comedy about family and culture. The family theme continues with Red Stitch Actors Theatre’s recently commissioned drama Jurassica.

Prize Fighter

State Theatre Company of South Australia will make a welcome return to Geelong with a sparkling adaptation of a literary classic, Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen.

Rounding out the season is Prize Fighter, an action packed production from La Boîte Theatre and Brisbane Festival that combines engrossing storytelling with the visceral thrill of live boxing.

Nine and five-show theatre season packages are available offering significant savings on single ticket prices. For details and bookings go to gpac.org.au/2018

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