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6 October

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MTC ANNOUNCES 2022 PROGRAMME: Its set to be a year of theatrical delights at Melbournes Home of Theatre in 2022, featuring Australian premieres, international hits, musicals and more. TOUCHING THE VOID: 17 JAN 19 FEB SOUTHBANK THEATRE, THE SUMNER Based on a true story, Touching the Void will transport you to the snow-capped peaks and glacial crevasses of the Peruvian Andes for a jaw-dropping adventure starring Helpmann Award winner Lucy Durack alongside Joe Klocek and Karl Richmond. FUN HOME: 7 FEB 5 MAR ARTS CENTRE MELBOURNE, PLAYHOUSE An adaptation of Alison Bechdels bestselling graphic novel about growing up and coming out, the groundbreaking multi-Tony Award-winning Fun Home arrives in Melbourne following its acclaimed Sydney season.

ADMISSIONS: 5 MAR 9 APR SOUTHBANK THEATRE, THE SUMNER Starring Kat Stewart and William McKenna, Admissions is a scorching satire that holds a mirror up to privilege and power through the lens of the education system. THE HEARTBREAK CHOIR: 25 APR 28 MAY SOUTHBANK THEATRE, THE SUMNER The last work from revered playwright Aidan Fennessy, The Heartbreak Choiris a funny, uplifting celebration of music, friendship and community featuring Tariro Mavondo, William McInnes, Emily Milledge, Genevieve Morris and Louise Siversen. THE SOUND INSIDE: 20 MAY 2 JULY ARTS CENTRE MELBOURNE, FAIRFAX STUDIO Catherine McClements returns to MTC for the Australian premiere of The Sound Inside, a riveting, profound and exquisite mystery, which unfurls like a gripping novel.

COME RAIN OR COME SHINE: 20 JUNE 23 JULY SOUTHBANK THEATRE, THE SUMNER The Helpmann Award-winning team behind the smash hit Ladies in Black returns with a sweetly stirring new boutique musical, an adaptation of Nobel laureate Kazuo Ishiguros wildly comic short story, Come Rain or Come Shine. LAURINDA: 6 AUG 10 SEP SOUTHBANK THEATRE, THE SUMNER Adapting Alice Pungs award-winning book, writer and comedian Diana Nguyen and director Petra Kalive bring Laurindas schoolyard setting to the stage for a fresh and feisty new work. CYRANO: 24 SEP 29 OCT SOUTHBANK THEATRE, THE SUMNER Making a triumphant return to the stage, Virginia Gay delivers the Cyrano we both need and deserve.

A joyous, gender-flipped retelling of Cyrano de Bergerac, this love letter to theatre is packed with music, wit and aching romance. GIRLS & BOYS: 21 OCT 26 NOV ARTS CENTRE MELBOURNE, FAIRFAX STUDIO A devastatingly astute and timely new work from the Tony Award-winning British playwright Dennis Kelly, Girls & Boys is an undeniable tour de force that will stay with you long after the curtains close. SUNSHINE SUPER GIRL: 9 NOV 14 DEC SOUTHBANK THEATRE, THE SUMNER A joyful celebration of spirit and passion over adversity, Andrea James Sunshine Super Girl is a loving tribute to Wiradjuri Australian tennis legend Evonne Goolagong Cawley, whose sporting prowess continues to inspire the nation.

SLAP. BANG. KISS.: 19 APR 30 APR SOUTHBANK THEATRE, THE LAWLER As part of our award-winning Families & Education Program, Dan Giovannonis SLAP.

BANG. KISS. tracks three young people whose stories kickstart a series of events none of them could have anticipated, transforming them into global symbols of revolution.

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