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    02 Aug - 21 Aug

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    05 Nov - 27 Nov

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    16 Sep - 18 Sep

  • The Glass Menagerie

    An iconic, timeless family drama that thrust Tennessee Williams into the international spotlight.

  • Oil

    The time travelling story of mother May and her daughter Amy as they navigate a shifting world.

  • Connected

    This live, online performance takes place on two sides of a screen – Lawrence’s and yours.

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  • Supporting Image

    02 Aug - 21 Aug

    The Glass Menagerie

    An iconic, timeless family drama that thrust Tennessee Williams into the international spotlight.

  • Supporting Image

    05 Nov - 27 Nov

    Oil

    The time travelling story of mother May and her daughter Amy as they navigate a shifting world.

  • Supporting Image

    16 Sep - 18 Sep

    Connected

    This live, online performance takes place on two sides of a screen – Lawrence’s and yours.

Supporting Image

02 Aug - 21 Aug

The Glass Menagerie

An iconic, timeless family drama that thrust Tennessee Williams into the international spotlight.

Supporting Image

05 Nov - 27 Nov

Oil

The time travelling story of mother May and her daughter Amy as they navigate a shifting world.

Supporting Image

16 Sep - 18 Sep

Connected

This live, online performance takes place on two sides of a screen – Lawrence’s and yours.

About Black Swan State Theatre Company of WA

Our heritage - Black Swan began 30 years ago in Perth, Western Australia in 1991 with the work of founding Artistic Director Andrew Ross. The company was characterised by and celebrated for its original theatrical works, Western Australian stories, site-specific and promenade productions presented outside the theatre, Perth Festival presentations that toured extensively, and cross-cultural collaborations that uplifted and celebrated Aboriginal artists.

Our achievements - Since 1991, Black Swan has presented more than 190 theatre productions, 50 national tours and collaborations, 40 world premieres, 5 international tours and collaborations, and has travelled the length and breadth of Western Australia.

Our future - Black Swan will re-establish its strong connection to the company’s heritage and our distinctively Western Australian voice. Our artistic vision and program will embrace our diverse and unique community, particularly celebrating the vitality and resilience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

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  • Where are you located?

    Our box office is open for business again! Masks are not mandatory when visiting the Black Swan box office, but we encourage you to wear a mask for the safety of our community and to help keep Black Swan open

    Black Swan State Theatre Company of WA’s office is located at:

    State Theatre Centre of WA
    Level 1, 182 William Street
    Perth WA 6000 Australia

    Our office is open 10:00 – 5:00pm, Monday – Friday. There is a buzzer to entry on William St, next to Chi Cho Gelato.

  • How do I become a Black Swan member?

    You can become a member to Black Swan by purchasing a ticket package to three or more plays. Members get a range of benefits including up to 25% off the cost of single tickets. For more information about memberships, visit our Memberships page.

  • I have access needs. What services do you offer?

    We will endeavour to accommodate your needs as best as we can to make your visit enjoyable. To discuss what you need please contact us on (08) 6212 9300 or email us at tickets@bsstc.com.au or contact Perth Theatre Trust on (08) 6212 9292. For more information about our accessibility services visit this page.

  • Where can I buy Black Swan tickets?

    Our box office is open for business again! Masks are not mandatory when visiting the Black Swan box office, but we encourage you to wear a mask for the safety of our community and to help keep Black Swan open

    Black Swan State Theatre Company of WA’s office is located at:

    State Theatre Centre of WA
    Level 1, 182 William Street
    Perth WA 6000 Australia

    Our office is open 10:00 – 5:00pm, Monday – Friday. There is a buzzer to entry on William St, next to Chi Cho Gelato.

    You can also purchase tickets to Black Swan online or in person at one of the following box office locations:

    State Theatre Centre:

    174 - 176 William Street
    Perth, WA 6000
    Australia
    Mon – Fri: 10AM to 5PM

    His Majesty’s Theatre:

    825 Hay Street
    Perth, WA 6000
    Australia

    Mon – Fri: 9AM to 5PM, Sat: 10AM to 5:30PM

    Subiaco Arts Centre:

    180 Hamersley Road
    Subiaco, WA 6008
    Australia
    Mon – Fri: 9AM to 5PM

    To book online, visit our Ticketing Information page.

  • I’m feeling unwell. What do I do?

    If you feel unwell before a show, we ask that you please stay home in order to keep our community safe. Please contact us by email or phone prior to the show and we can assist with a credit on account or gift voucher that can be used towards a future Black Swan show.

    You can reach the Black Swan ticketing team at tickets@bsstc.com.au or call our office at 08 6212 9300. We're open Monday - Friday 10:00am - 5:00pm.

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