It's finally here and almost as exciting as Christmas! The Civic Theatre's 2022 season is now on sale.
After two years of postponing shows, cancelling shows, writing and re-writing COVID plans, it is wonderful to be presenting our season for 2022. We invite you to share with us in a celebration of connection.
The season includes music, dance, comedy, drama and of course food (because what is a night out at the theatre without food). There is a show set right here in Wagga, there will be real fire on stage, food cooked on stage, tales of strength and resilience, laughs had and experiences shared. With such an exciting line up, we urge you to get your tickets quickly.
We have an exclusive sales period where tickets are only available to those who purchase as part of a subscription. To guarantee tickets to the shows you want, you should speak to us about becoming a subscriber (it costs you nothing to subscribe and you get all the added perks).
Here's a sneak peek at what lies behind the curtains of this season.
The Wharf Revue, Can of Worms: The Wharf Revue team is back! They have baited their hooks and are opening another can of worms on a new wharf, to trawl for every political flathead, groper or yellowtail that floats into view.
King of Pigs: An astonishing new play that boldly explores the issue of violence against women. An unflinching examination of masculinity, abuse, and power in the place we feel safest - our homes.
Black Cockatoo: Inspired by the true story of legendary First Nations cricketer Johnny Mullagh and Australia's first international sporting team, this is not just about cricket. This is a story of strength, resistance, hope and possibility.
Stardust + The Mission: Two powerful yet forgotten Australian stories uncovering our past to reveal who we are today.
Black Sun/ Blood Moon: Set in Wagga, this play is a brand new work inspired by the Fridays for Future student-led protests of 2019.
Double Delicious: Combining food and theatre. Five storytellers reveal the secrets of dishes that are significant in their lives and share the food with the audience to taste.
Sydney Symphony Orchestra: Nothing's more uplifting than live music. The Sydney Symphony celebrate all the places only music can take you in 2022.
Bell Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors: a beautiful story about reunion, wrapped up in an evening of entertainment and laughter.
Opera Australia's The Barber Of Seville: Delight in a riotous romp along the road to true love! This is opera at its light-hearted, effervescent best.
Sydney Dance Company's Impermanence: A visceral and thrilling exploration of the juxtaposition of beauty and devastation, this full-length work features a new score full of emotional power from Grammy Award-winning composer Bryce Dessner.
Jane Eyre: Witness one of the most iconic pieces of English literature retold in a faithful yet fiercely original new stage adaptation from the nationally-renowned Shake & Stir Theatre Co.
Sunshine Super Girl: This is a quintessentially Blak Australian story about a girl from the bush who dared to dream, and with the support of an outback farming town became the number one tennis player in the world.
BLUE: The Songs of Joni Mitchell: Australian cabaret chanteuse and musical theatre star, Queenie van de Zandt, renowned for her artful storytelling and raw, emotive vocals, brings to you the songs, stories and art of the musical legend that is Joni Mitchell
To subscribe to the 2022 Subscription Season you only need to select four shows, there are numerous benefits including first access to "behind the curtains" events, tickets and seating. Also delayed payment options, discounts and the ability to exchange to another show if your plans change.
2022 has so much more in store than just these season shows.
In particular, our Family + Kids shows and our Silver Circle daytime concert series.
If a season booklet hasn't yet landed in your mailbox, drop in to collect one or contact the us and we'll send one your way, phone the Box Office on 6926 9688 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can all find all the details about subscribing and show information online at www.civictheatre.com.au
I encourage you to take a fresh look at the theatre and enjoy the power of connection. Life is better when it's shared together.
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