GPAC's Deakin University Theatre Season

Welcome to GPAC’s 2017 Deakin University Theatre Season.

In 2017 GPAC presents a nine-show season featuring some uniquely Australian stories from many of our major companies as well as those from small to medium and independent producers.

Season packages of five or more shows are available, with best discounts when you buy the full nine-show package.

Click here to view the 2017 Theatre Season Brochure

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Click here to purchase a 5 show pass 

  • Bakersfield Mist
Bakersfield Mist
16 Aug- 19 Aug
Based on a true story, Bakersfield Mist is a comedy set in the present day.
Based on a true story, Bakersfield Mist is a comedy set in the present day.
Based on a true story, Bakersfield Mist is a comedy set in the present day.
Based on a true story, Bakersfield Mist is a comedy set in the present day.
  • Pike St
Pike St
06 Sep- 09 Sep
In the shadow of the Manhattan Bridge, a struggling family prepares to ride out the next big storm.
In the shadow of the Manhattan Bridge, a struggling family prepares to ride out the next big storm.
In the shadow of the Manhattan Bridge, a struggling family prepares to ride out the next big storm.
In the shadow of the Manhattan Bridge, a struggling family prepares to ride out the next big storm.
  • What Rhymes with Cars and Girls
What Rhymes with Cars and Girls
21 Sep- 23 Sep
What Rhymes with Cars and Girls is an intimate musical jewel that sees two lovers brought together by a conjunction of the stars and a pizza delivery gone weird.
What Rhymes with Cars and Girls is an intimate musical jewel that sees two lovers brought together by a conjunction of the stars and a pizza delivery ...
What Rhymes with Cars and Girls is an intimate musical jewel that sees two lovers brought together by a conjunction of the stars and a pizza delivery ...
What Rhymes with Cars and Girls is an intimate musical jewel that sees two lovers brought together by a conjunction of the stars and a pizza delivery ...
  • The Popular Mechanicals
The Popular Mechanicals
11 Oct- 14 Oct
First directed by Geoffrey Rush in 1987, The Popular Mechanicals holds a special place in the Australian comedic canon and is ripe for revival with a cast of our best theatrical clowns.
First directed by Geoffrey Rush in 1987, The Popular Mechanicals holds a special place in the Australian comedic canon and is ripe for revival with a ...
First directed by Geoffrey Rush in 1987, The Popular Mechanicals holds a special place in the Australian comedic canon and is ripe for revival with a ...
First directed by Geoffrey Rush in 1987, The Popular Mechanicals holds a special place in the Australian comedic canon and is ripe for revival with a ...