After finishing up our massive and largely sold out January, we raced out of the gates into February and before we knew it… circuit breaker lockdown. Our artists and community safety is our number one priority so we jumped sideways, took a deep breath, shuffled a bit and were ready to roll again.
We’re Probably Really Really Happy Right Now was postponed by one week, and enjoyed a sold-out season over the last two weeks.
Voldemort and the Teenage Hogwarts Musical Parody was pushed back a week as a result, with more shows added to due increasing demand before first previews this weekend.
Jungle Bungle‘s first week was unfortunately cancelled as a result of the scheduling changes, but we have worked with the artists to adapt to the challenge, introducing livestreamed performances in the second week of its April season to reach as many families as possible.
We would like to thank everyone who had their ticket transferred for their patience and understanding while we navigated the changes in our schedule.
EXTRA SHOWS ADDED
VOLDEMORT AND THE TEENAGE HOGWARTS MUSICAL PARODY
Due to extraordinarily high demand, Theatre Works and Salty Theatre have added five new performances for VOLDEMORT AND THE TEENAGE HOGWARTS MUSICAL PARODY.
Late shows will begin at 9:30pm on Fridays, and matinee performances will start at 4:00pm on Saturday afternoons. Glasshouse booths are extremely limited and flying out the door, so get your group together soon to avoid disappointment!
JUNGLE BUNGLE NEW DATES + LIVESTREAMING
Due to scheduling conflicts caused by the snap lockdown in Victoria from 13 – 17 February, the first week of JUNGLE BUNGLE (7 – 11 April) has been cancelled.
The season will now run from 14 – 17 April, with performances at 11:00am every day, plus 2:00pm on Wednesday and Thursday and 7:00pm on Friday and Saturday.
The show will also be livestreamed on the night of Wed 14th, and both shows on Thursday 15th. Stay tuned for livestream details!
WE’RE HIRING: MARKETING ASSISTANT
- Creating publicity strategies with incoming creative teams
- Liaising between creative teams and media
- Managing opening night RSVPs
- Coordinating cross-promotion with relevant partners
- Assisting with social media
- Other miscellaneous tasks assigned by Marketing Coordinator
The role will consist of 8-10 hours (negotiable) spaced throughout the week and can be done remotely. The successful applicant will report directly to the Marketing Coordinator and General Manager.
Successful applicants must have: a solid understanding of Google Sheets, great interpersonal skills, familiarity with Facebook and Instagram and access to a computer.
To apply, please send your CV and Cover Letter to Adam Gardner at email@example.com
BLACKBOX CAFE & BAR – NOW OPEN
BLACKBOX CAFE & BAR finally launched on Friday 12th of February. DJ Hiphophoe played to a wonderful buzzing crowd.
Blackbox Cafe is open Monday – Saturday from 7:30 am – 1:00 pm and the Booze Garden will be open from 1pm Friday and Saturday afternoons until an hour after the show.
Blackbox Cafe & Bar is a new (mostly) outdoor space for people to try new ideas. Performance, gigs, markets, fashion shows, play readings, life drawing sessions… anything you imagine is possibly possible.
Hit Steven up on firstname.lastname@example.org to start talking.
VCE SCHOOL BOOKINGS
This August, The Bloomshed adapts one of George Orwell’s most brutal novels into a high-octane mess of punk-protest, political allegory and epic theatre.
Animal Farm is on the VCE Playlist and school bookings are being processed now. To register your interest, download the booking form below and send a completed copy to email@example.com.
MIDSUMMA AT TW GLASSHOUSE
Tickets are on sale now for our Midsumma Festival Hub shows! Our three queer, diverse and exciting productions each offer something unique to be experienced in TW Glasshouse!
A dynamic start to the festival, BENT is a unique fusion of circus, dance, and visual art and a stirring exploration of what it means to be queer in today’s world.
STAGE MOM (Truly Madly Britney) return to TW with a hilarious, moving and deeply relatable play. LOVE YOU BITCH is about friendship and finding (or losing) your way in the world.
And finally, join QUEEN JESUS for a revolutionary queer ritual in which bread is shared, wine is drunk and familiar stories are reimagined by a transgender Jesus in THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO JESUS, QUEEN OF HEAVEN.
Tickets to all shows can be found below!
Theatre Works acknowledges First People’s sovereignty and recognises the continuing connection to lands, waters and story telling by the traditional owners of this country. We pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging.
Always was, always will be Aboriginal land.