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Queensland Theatre – formerly the Queensland Theatre Company – has a long and distinguished history as the state's flagship theatre company. Turning 50 in 2020, its former artistic directors include such arts luminaries as Wesley Enoch, Robyn Nevin, Michael Gow and Sam Strong. Each year it presents a mainstage program of new Australian plays, classics and international hits.
For years based at the old SGIO (aka Suncorp) Theatre in Turbot Street, and later occupying the Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Queensland Theatre now has its own premises on (the aptly Shakespearean) Montague Road, South Brisbane. The building includes two performance spaces: Bille Brown Theatre and the Diane Cilento Studio, both named after late Queensland-born actors who had distinguished international careers. Performances also take place at QPAC's venues.