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GPAC's Deakin University Theatre Season

Welcome to GPAC’s 2014 Deakin University Theatre Season 

GPAC TS14 brochure cover with shadowThe 2014 season brings together eight vivid productions that will make you laugh, gasp and even shed tears - possibly all the same time.

Come with us on a journey to new and interesting places, or return to some that are familiar. GPAC’s 2014 Deakin University Theatre Season is a year of great drama and entertainment.

We’ve got everything including The Kitchen Sink...yes really! 

We’re mixing it up to present something for everyone, from classic comic theatre with The Importance of Being Earnest starring the legendary and colourful Nancye Hayes to sensational new work including Little Bird written for and starring the great Paul Capsis. Both these shows are the only Victorian performances, so be sure to tell your friends and family!

We’re also thrilled to include the sensational new show from a classic company, Circus Oz!, promising great family entertainment and plenty of laughs. Plus there’s a killer black comedy, a heart warming outback adventure and a new take on a classic Big Brother. 

Don’t miss a single moment of this season. Become a season ticket holder and enjoy the benefits and savings of up to 20 per cent.

Make 2014 your year to reconnect with friends (or make some new ones) and colour your world with entertainment that is so vivid you may require sunglasses.

Click here if you've been photographed at a GPAC 2014 Deakin Univeristy Theatre Season Green Room Club opening night - Photos courtesy of Ferne Millen.

 

View the 2014 Theatre Season brochure online - click here 

Book your season tickets package (8 shows) - click here

Book your season tickets package (4-8 shows) - click here


Assassins

Amidst the lurid debris of a traveling carnival, a proprietor invites nine would-be heroes to step up to the mark and hit a target in return for a glittering prize. As he hands out guns with a glib invitation, “c’mere and kill a president”, we are introdu more >>