Welcome to Season 2022
State Theatre Company South Australia’s 2022 program is one of the biggest and boldest seasons in the history of our Company. From new Australian works and a big, bold new musical to a shaken-up classic and celebration of an Australian sporting legend, Season 2022 is a platform for powerhouse performances.
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Subscriptions Now On Sale
2022 Season tickets are now available as part of a subscription package. Simply bundle 4-8 plays and get huge ticket discounts, priority seating and more ticket flexibility than ever, with one free ticket exchange per show within a subscription. Plus, access special offers on entertainment and hospitality and invitations to exclusive behind-the-scenes events!
Girls & Boys25 Feb — 12 Mar 2022
Odeon TheatreAUSTRALIAN PREMIEREThis searing one-woman show, starring Justine Clarke, is a high-wire act balancing comedy and drama from the mind of Dennis Kelly, an edge-of-your-seat play that will leave you breathless.
Girl From The North Country25 Mar — 10 Apr 2022
Her Majesty's TheatreStraight from Broadway and the West End, this critically-acclaimed new production takes the legendary songs of Bob Dylan and reimagines them as the profoundly beautiful anthems of a plaintive America.
Cathedral6 May — 21 May 2022
Space Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre (and touring South Australia)WORLD PREMIEREAn intimate one-man show starring Nathan O’Keefe, Cathedral is a powerful, visceral, and form-busting new work by award-winning South Australian born playwright Caleb Lewis, taking the audience from Mount Gambier to Thailand to the North Sea as it ponders a diver’s life shaped by the ocean.
Antigone27 May — 11 Jun 2022
Odeon TheatreWORLD PREMIEREPlaywright Elena Carapetis brings the first heroine of western drama raging into the 21st century in this cheeky and anarchic take on one of the world’s most revered classic plays, Antigone is a rebel yell echoing throughout history.
Chalkface5 Aug — 20 Aug 2022
Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide Festival CentreWORLD PREMIEREBullying behaviour, tantrums and tough lessons are all part of a typical day at public-school St Jude’s - and that’s just in the staffroom! A farcical new black comedy, starring Catherine McClements, shows us it’s never too late to change, and you’re never too old to learn, or laugh.
Sunshine Super Girl2 Sep — 17 Sep 2022
Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide Festival CentreBefore Ash Barty lifted the trophy at Wimbledon, there was Evonne Goolagong. The Playhouse stage transforms into a tennis court for this tribute to a woman whose sporting prowess continues to inspire a nation.
The Normal Heart30 Sep — 15 Oct 2022
Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide Festival CentreIn the first years of the AIDS crisis in 1980s New York, Ned Weeks, portrayed by Artistic Director Mitchell Butel, fights for his community's recognition and survival.
Single Asian Female4 Nov — 19 Nov 2022
Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide Festival CentreInside the Golden Phoenix, a humble Chinese restaurant on the Sunshine Coast, two generations of Wong women stand at a crossroads. A smash hit across the country, Michelle Law’s riotous comedy is a heartwarming story about love, family and karaoke.
YES21 Jun — 26 Jun 2022
Vitalstatistix, Waterside, Port AdelaideSTATESIDEYES is an investigation into the dynamics of power, consent, knowledge, truth and the complexities of one seemingly simple word.
Kill Climate Deniers8 Sep — 17 Sep 2022
Slingsby’s Hall of PossibilitySTATESIDEPart action-movie spoof, part political satire, part rave party wrapped up in a piece of documentary theatre.