Being under 30 has its ups and down. While you’re a little less mature, significantly more confused and earn a little less than your older comrades, you also get access cheap theatre tickets. Yep, Belvoir are all about giving millennials a go at the theatre and are offering up to $567 off subscriptions to the 2017 season. Add to it that 2017 is looking to be one of Belvoir’s most wild, worldly and exciting seasons yet, and it’s a win-win situation.
There are packages accessing plays in both Upstairs and Downstairs theatres, so you can catch up to 14 different plays in the 2017 program, conceived by artistic director Eamon Flack.
Which Way Home
sees actor and writer Katie Beckett mine her relationship with her father for a comedy about family and country #IndigenousDads. Mr Burns
is a post-apocalyptic musical that riffs on The Simpsons
. Anthea Williams’ production of Taylor Mac’s Hir
is a comedy of family dysfunction and radical feminism. You’ll also find two international classics from Henrik Ibsen and Aphra Behn (the first female professional playwright and an actual spy!), a late-night stand-up show from Tom Ballard, and the contemporary Sydney romantic comedy The Dog/The Cat