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Theatre opens up new worlds, opens minds and engages us in a way no other art form can. Our Education Program is one of the country’s most successful, providing more than 11,500 students and teachers annually with the opportunity to experience word class live theatre.

Our education program includes a variety of resources for students and teachers so they can get the most out of their theatrical experience:

  • Daytime performances specifically for high school students. Each play is followed by a Q&A session with the cast.
  • Teachers receive detailed study guides, providing in-depth information on key themes, dramatic style, characters and set. They also include assignment questions for continued learning back at school.
  • A wide variety of workshop opportunities for students and teachers throughout the year.
  • Tours of our annual Education Show to provide access to students in the wider metropolitan area, rural towns and regional centres.

If you would like to book your school into a performance in our 2019 Education Program, please complete the booking form and send it to our education manager, Fiona Lukac.

Download the 2019 Education Booking Form | Download the 2019 Education Poster

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2019 Education Program

  • The program reflects the world as it is right now. As young people boldly stare down an ever-changing social and political landscape, we’ve curated a suite of stories designed to fire their imagination both in and outside of the classroom.

    In his final production as Artistic Director, Geordie Brookman kicks off the year with our 2019 Education Production, a bold re-telling of George Orwell’s classic, Animal Farm.

    South Australian innovators isthisyours? flip the script on David Williamson’s hilarious satire of football culture with their irreverent, all-female version of The Club (Limited Capacity Remaining. Sessions at 5 April 2019 at 1:00pm and 8 April 2019 at 10:30am are SOLD OUT)

    Next we bring Arthur Miller’s epic drama A View From the Bridge to the stage under one of Australia’s most exciting directors, Kate Champion.

    Our education program finishes with Kate Mulvany’s sparkling adaptation of Craig Silvey’s hit novel Jasper Jones.

  • Download the booking form and return to

    For queries and assistance please contact Fiona Lukac, Education Program Manager via email or on 8415 5307

  • A Teacher Subscription can range between 4-8 plays, but must include the 2019 Schools Performance productions: Animal Farm, The Club, A View from the Bridge and Jasper Jones. Teachers participating in this program will receive a Certificate of Attendance for up to 17 hours of professional development. Contact us when you Subscribe online to register, or tick the Teacher Subscription box on the booking form to choose this package.