Darlinghurst Theatre Company
At home in a heritage-listed building, the company aims to collaborate and support artists' visions.
Since November 2013, the Darlinghurst Theatre Company has staged a number of engaging productions from its home at the Eternity Playhouse. Inside a 129-year-old heritage-listed building, the design project between the company and the City of Sydney allowed artistic director Glenn Terry and his team to take their productions to the next level. With a focus on telling stories from diverse voices, which explore and challenge the world today, the company accepts pitches from professional artists and works collaboratively to take the artists' visions to the stage.
In 2019, the Darlinghurst Theatre Company has expanded its creative offering, adding dance, comedy, cabaret, music and public forums to its usual theatrical program. Explore the 2019 season here, for productions such as the Sydney debut of acclaimed Broadway musical Once, Jane Harrison's Menzies era story about a First Nations family Rainbow's End, and the world premiere of Victoria Midwinter Pitt's equality manifesto I'm With Her.
Image: Once by Robert Catto.