STC 2012: Main stage season announced

 The Sydney Theatre Company launched it’s 2012 Main Stage Season this evening, and was there to capture the moment. 

 Cate Blanchett and Andrew UptonThe Sydney Theatre Company launched it’s 2012 Main Stage Season this evening, and was there to capture the moment.  
Sydney correspondent David Allen will have a full feature on the event online tomorrow, but to tide you over till then, here is a peek at the season ahead in 2012: Sydney Theatre Company 2012 NEVER DID ME ANY HARM devised by Force MajeurePreviews from 6 Jan 2012. Season 11 Jan – 12 Feb 2012 PYGMALION by George Bernard ShawPreviews from 31 Jan 2012. Season 4 Feb – 3 March 2012 MIDSUMMER (A PLAY WITH SONGS) by David Greig & Gordon McIntyre Previews from 1 Feb 2012. Season from 6 Feb – 10 March 2012 LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES by Christopher HamptonFrom the novel by Choderlos De LaclosPreviews from 31 March 2012. Season from 5 April – 10 June 2012 UNDER MILK WOOD by Dylan ThomasPreviews from 22 May 2012. Season from 26 May – 7 July 2012 THE HISTRIONIC by Thomas Bernhard. Translated by Tom WrightPreviews from 15 June 2012. Season from 20 June – 28 July 2012 FACE TO FACE a film by Ingmar Bergman. Adapted for the stage by Andrew Upton and Simon StonePreviews from 7 August 2012. Season from 11 Aug – 8 Sept 2012 THE SPLINTER by Hilary BellPreviews from 10 Aug 2012. Season from 15 Aug – 15 Sept 2012 AUSTRALIA DAY by Jonathan BigginsPreviews from 7 Sept 2012. Season from 12 Sept – 27 Oct 2012. SEX WITH STRANGERS by Laura EasonPreviews from 25 Sept 2012. Season from 28 Sept – 24 Nov 2012. SIGNS OF LIFE by Tim WintonPreviews from 2 Nov 2012. Season from 7 Nov – 22 Dec 2012  Photo: Cate Blanchett and Andrew Upton, STC Artistic Directors, by James Green 

Erin James

Erin James is's former Editor in Chief and a performer on both stage and screen. Credits include My Fair Lady, South Pacific and The King and I (Opera Australia), Love Never Dies and Cats (Really Useful Group), Blood Brothers (Enda Markey Presents), A Place To Call Home (Foxtel/Channel 7) and the feature film The Little Death (written and directed by Josh Lawson).

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