23–26 June 2021
Secure your tickets for these Three Sydney Theatre Company performances featuring new Australian musical The Dismissal, White Pearl and The 7 Stages of Grieving. Purchase this three-play package for just $199* and save up to to 24%!
23–26 June 2021
Secure your tickets for these Three Sydney Theatre Company performances featuring new Australian musical The Dismissal, White Pearl and The 7 Stages of Grieving.
Purchase this three-play package for just $199* and save up to to 24%!
A testament to love, family and resilience.
The 7 Stages of Grieving is a vibrant and insightful account of what it means to be an Aboriginal woman in contemporary Australia. On its premiere in 1995 it became an early triumph for Deborah Mailman and Wesley Enoch, and a beloved classic of Australian theatre.
A woman stands alone on stage. Over one gripping hour, she traces seven phases of Aboriginal history – Dreaming, Invasion, Genocide, Protection, Assimilation, Self-Determination, and Reconciliation. Mailman and Enoch’s script is a potent expression of strength and survival, as well as humour and joy. It’s an ode to the power of storytelling.
Resident Director Shari Sebbens makes her STC directorial debut with this moving and vital work. Helpmann Award-winner Elaine Crombie tackles this tour de force performance with her distinctive warmth and vivacity.
In an exciting update, brand new scenes have been added with Enoch and Mailman to offer a contemporary perspective on what has changed in the 26 years since the play first opened, and how far we still have to go.
The 7 Stages of Grieving’s generosity of spirit is set to be embraced by a whole new generation.
Wednesday 23 June 2021, 7pm
Thursday 24 June 2021, 7pm
Friday 25 June 2021, 11am – School Matinee Performance
Friday 25 June 2021, 7.30pm
Saturday 26 June 2021, 2pm & 7.30pm
This performance is part of our Discovery & Learning Education season that has designated shows just for school groups and their teachers. Below are the times and dates:
Friday 25 June 2021
$22.00 per student with 1 teacher free for every 15 students
Suitable for High School students 13+ years.
At Canberra Theatre Centre, safety is our priority. We operate in accordance with our COVID Safety Plan.
Our theatre will be operating at 100% capacity and our regular seating configuration is in place in the auditorium. You will be sitting next to other patrons in the theatre.
Please remain in your allocated seat during the performance.
Please move through the foyers and open spaces with physical distancing considerations in mind.
Canberra Theatre Centre presents a Sydney Theatre Company production
Approximately 60 minutes, no interval.
This performance depicts cultural genocide, racial abuse and trauma, and police brutality. This performance contains the names and voices of people who have passed away.
This performance is suitable for children 12 years +
Concession prices not available for all shows. Where Concession prices are listed, proof of eligibility for Concession must be presented to Canberra Ticketing staff upon collection of tickets or full price may be charged. Eligible Concession may include Pensioner, Full Time Student, Seniors, Unemployed, Under 27 or Child (15 years and under) and are at the discretion of the show. Not all types of Concessions may apply for the show you have selected.
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