“Electrifying and every synonym thereof.” Sydney Arts Guide

Beyoncé meets the Women’s marches.

PLAYLIST is a compelling dance-theatre work exploring the state of feminisms in pop culture and music today. Full of suburban dreams and pop star fantasies, it is a call to action about the critical issues of our times.

Living in the #MeToo world, PLAYLIST explores the experiences, ideas and power of young women and asks, ‘who is going to shape the future for women in Australia?’

PLAYLIST received a Helpmann Nomination for Best Visual or Physical Theatre Production, 2019.

PLAYLIST is touring nationally in 2020. To get tickets near you, check below.

Director Karen Therese
Dramaturg Kate Armstrong-Smith
Choreographer Larissa McGowan
Set design Zanny Begg
Sound Gail Priest and Jasmine Guffond
Lighting Verity Hampson
Stage Manager Patrick Howard
Performers/Co-Devisors Ebube Uba, May Tran, Tasha O’Brien, Mara Knezevic and Neda Taha

To find out more about our cast and crew click HERE.

PLAYLIST National Tour 2020
Make sure to click the links to purchase tickets near you

March 26 Orange Civic Theatre
March 30 – 31 Carnarvon Civic Theatre
April 2 Margaret River HEART
April 4 Albany Entertainment Centre
April 8 Mandurah Performing Arts Centre
April 17 Frankston Arts Centre
April 21 – 22 Geelong Performing Arts Centre
April 23 – 27 Bunjil Place, Warren VIC
April 30 Wyndham Cultural Centre
May 2 Latrobe Performing Arts Centre, Traralgon VIC
May 5 Gladstone Entertainment Convention Centre
May 7 Townsville Civic Theatre
May 9 Cairns Performing Arts Centre
May 14 NORPA (Northern Rivers Performing Arts), Lismore NSW
May 16 Logan Entertainment Centre
May 20-21 Queensland Performing Arts Centre, South Brisbane QLD
May 23 Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre, Nowra NSW
May 27 – 28 Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre, Penrith NSW
May 29 – June 1 Queanbeyan Performing Arts Centre, Queanbeyan NSW
June 4 Griffith Regional Theatre
June 6 Jetty Memorial Theatre, Coffs Harbour NSW
June 10 Capitol Theatre Tamworth
June 12 – 13 Chevalier College Performing Arts Centre, Burradoo NSW

Tour History
2019 – Festival Unwrapped, Sydney Opera House
2018 – PYT Fairfield

PLAYLIST is supported by Catalyst – Australian Arts and Culture Fund, The Seaborn, Broughton & Walford Foundation, Australian Council for the Arts and the NSW Government through Create NSW

Image credit: Alex Wisser