Queensland Theatre has announced that it will return to the stage in November, when it presents the world premiere of David Megarrity’s The Holidaysin the Bille Brown Theatre.

David Megarrity, Bryan Probets, Louise Brehmer and Bridget Boyle. Photograph courtesy of Queensland Theatre

It is the latest in a number of Australian theatre companies to announce a post-COVID season. State Theatre Company South Australia is already back on stage, having opened its production of Gaslight at Adelaide’s Her Majesty’s Theatre last night. Belvoir’s production of A Room of One’s Own , adapted for the stage by Carissa Licciardello and Tom Wright, begins playing tonight, Sydney Theatre Companyis staging the world premiere of Angus Cerini’s Wonnangattaat the Roslyn Packer Theatre from September 21, while Griffin Theatre Company presents the world premiere of Mark Rogers’ Superheroesat Sydney’s Seymour Centre from September 25. All of these productions are being performed to socially distanced audiences.

Black Swan State Theatre Company in Perth will also return to the stage in November, when it presents Rodgers & Hammerstein’s...

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