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This Tuesday the 14th of July at 7.30pm join Queensland Theatre live for a reading of After Dinner by Andrew Bovell. Since we can’t yet go out and enjoy the theatre in person, Queensland Theatre have created Play Club, bringing you readings of exciting new plays live and online.
Congratulations to Brisbane writer Steve Pirie, winner of The Queensland Premier’s Drama Award 2021-21, for his work Return to Dirt.
In an impassioned plea to the Federal Government, Queensland Theatre’s Artistic Director Lee Lewis has released a statement on the countless number of Australian artists who are ineligible for the JobKeeper payment.
Theatres are closed, but talented artists are forging forward with new works.
Next year, QT will be celebrating its 50-year milestone. Since then is has become the national home of new stories. Hitting new theatre records of audiences and growth. It has also welcomed a wider diversity in voices and stories, and a new generation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stories.
Coming to Brisbane for its second life, Barbara and the Camp Dogs is bringing rock n roll to Queensland Theatre in a celebration of First Nations women, hard family truths, and poignant commentary on the state of today’s music industry.
On a balmy Monday night, a night ripe with anticipation as much as with dusky heat, Queensland theatre industry gathered together at the Brisbane Powerhouse to celebrate and congratulate, the 2018 Matilda Awards.
Isaac Newton – inventor of calculus, godfather of physics, and the scientist Einstein admired – is the subject of Nearer the Gods, David Williamson’s (The Perfectionist, Gallipoli) new play, premiering this weekend as the first performance in the Bille Brown Theatre.
A night at the theatre is as much about the performers giving to the audience, as it is about the audience being open to the experience and the change offered by theÂ journey on stage.
At Queensland Theatreâ€™s production of â€˜Noises Off,â€™ the audienceâ€™s genuine bursts of laughter were so consistent they became incidental background noise to the play itself. Or, more accurately, the play within a play.