State Theatre Company South Australia has announced an exciting looking 2021 season, which features eight plays across the year, including three world premieres and a modern classic, which will be re-interrogated through an Australian lens. Several of the productions have been rescheduled from 2020 after they were postponed due to COVID-19.
In the wake of the huge response to the company’s socially distanced productions of Gaslight, which sold out, and Ripcord, which plays at the Dunstan Playhouse from 13 November to 5 December and also looks likely sell out, the company decided to launch a full year’s season.
Artistic Director Mitchell Butel. Photograph © Jessica Zeng
Currently STCSA is permitted to play to a 50 percent capacity audience. “SA Health and the Adelaide Festival Centre have said to us that 50 percent might be a thing for quite a while so we’ve budgeted for that and put a season...