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Black Swan Theatre Company
have announced their program for 2019, and a second year under Artistic Director Clare Watson. The program will be exploring ‘Where the Heart Is’.

The season begins with the Pulitzer prize winning drama Our Town by Thornton Wilder and will be performed at the State Theatre Centre Courtyard.

Next, Julia HalesYou Know We Belong Together will be returning and will be presented in the Heath Ledger Theatre.

Jane Bodie will then be premiering Water. The show will be directed by Emily McLean. This marks Clare Watson’s first writing commission for Black Swan.

In June, the company will present Oriel Gray’s The Torrents, starring award winning comedian Celia Pacquola.

Next, is a collaboration with the WA Youth Theatre Company to update Medea. This will be directed by Sally Richardson.

A sell out in Sydney and Melbourne, Nakkiah Lui’s Black Is The New White is also heading to Perth. Presented with the Sydney Theatre Company, this will be directed by Paige Rattary.

The final work for 2019 will be a world premiere co-production with Barking Gecko Theatre Company and directed by Matt Edgerton. Fully Sikh is the first Aussie Sikh story to hit stages.

For more information on Black Swan State Theatre Company’s program for 2019 head to

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